The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 and Tablet 8 can be great tablets for some people but mediocre ones for others.
Those who would judge them as a mediocre tablet would be high-demand gamers and the cutting-edge gadget fans. Gamers will not stand for the sub-prime processor and screen and the cutting edge folks will not tolerate the highly modified Android or the less than full-HD screen.
This is a great tablet, however, for someone who sees the value of having an all-day battery regardless of the other specs. Those who will see the Lenovo Yoga tablet as a fantastic device are those who know the value of a very long battery life as well as those who are sick of the cookie-cutter shingle shape of the rest of the market. High frequency travelers, outside sales teams, and road-tripping families will really appreciate the lack of stressing out over how much charge is left. If a New York-to-Tokyo non-stop flight is on your agenda, then this is the tablet that could keep you busy the whole time.
Anyone who is also looking for a simpler more streamlined Android experience or is a newbie in the tablet world will also enjoy rather than get annoyed at the re-worked UI. And finally, if you take your tablet with you everywhere, then the convenience of the kickstand will become apparent in its adaptability to a variety of surroundings.
If you find yourself in any of the latter camps, then these tablets are a great buy, and worthy of the $250 – $300 price tag.
- Immense Battery Life
- Useful Kickstand
- Barely Average Processor
Tablets for those who understand the value of a very long battery life, as well as those who are sick of the cookie-cutter shingle shape of the rest of the market.
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