If you are looking for an alternative tablet to buy from the Nexus 7, you may be interested to know that Lenovo has just updated their range with the stylish-looking Lenovo Yoga 10 tablet. One of the standout points of the updated range is a promising battery life claim of 16 hours, but now we have a Yoga 10 features review to get the lowdown on how other areas of the device fair.
The Nexus 7 is definitely considered the current benchmark at the moment by many consumers. Google’s competitive $229 price tag means that it is a no-brainer for many fans, giving Lenovo and other tablet manufacturers a difficult task in convincing buyers to opt for a different model.
Having said that, we like the look of the Lenovo Yoga 10 tablet though. The unique bump that you see as part of design houses the battery, whilst also doubling up as a method of holding the device and housing the camera features as well for easy picture and video shooting.
One area that is likely to be of interest to consumers is processor. The Yoga 10 tablet is available now from Lenovo’s website, at a price of $299 for a 16GB model. For that price you’ll be getting a device which is fitted with the MTK 8125 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7, which has been touted as a ‘budget’ processor.
Having said that, you’ll see in the video below that performance is still more than fine, offering a snappy response time across a customized version of Android Jelly Bean that looks somewhat comparable to Apple’s iOS icons.
If you are buying the Yoga 10, you’ll probably be doing so due to the unique design that you won’t find anywhere else. Get an exact feel of how that grip looks below and let us know if you think the Lenovo Yoga 10 tablet is worth buying or not.
Either way, we think it is great that manufacturers are now starting to break away from the norm and offer something that is a little different than the average iOS or Android tablet that is already on the market.