Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Review
Unlike most tablets that have a rear facing camera, the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro ultrabook only comes with a 1MP front facing camera for self pics and supports video recording/video chatting at 1280x720p resolution. As expected there are no settings in the Windows 8.1 camera interface, except to just take the picture or video. We’re not thrilled the image quality, and at this price point we’d like to see a dedicated rear camera that could take decent pictures and videos.
Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Sample Images Fullscreen
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Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Sample Images
The Music Hub has now been rebranded as XBOX Music, which thankfully also sees an updated visual presentation. We were always pleased by the Windows 8 music player – mainly because its Modern UI really accentuated the experience. However, with Windows 8.1, it continues to be one of the more appealing music players on any platform, thanks in part to its dynamic presentation. In fact, we really appreciate that it cycles through various photos of the artist/band while a song is being played. As for the audio quality through the front stereo speakers, we’re glad to say that its output is clean, clear, crisp, and mighty strong. Even at the loudest volume setting, it doesn’t emit any strenuous tones or speaker crackling.
Likewise, the XBOX Video hub sees some subtle changes with its layout, but for the most part, the functionality remains intact. For example, not only does it allow us to view content that’s locally stored in the tablet, but we’re also given the opportunity of purchasing content too – that or just renting. Not surprisingly, the Yoga 2 Pro handles high definition videos with no issues whatsoever, even 4K videos, as they look amazing on the 3200x1800 resolution display.
1. ArtSim98 (Posts: 834; Member since: 21 Dec 2012)
"Heavy and bulky for a tablet", seriously?? It's a freaking FULL SIZED LAPTOP with a tablet mode!!!
2. Piotrek007 (Posts: 75; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
And only screen as a pros =\ This is some kind of a joke...
3. RandomUsername (Posts: 124; Member since: 29 Oct 2013)
Is this Phonearena or Laptoparena? :D
4. DontHateOnS60 (Posts: 771; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
You guys didn't have any issues with page rendering in Chrome while in tablet mode?
I read multiple reviews where people said that touch was way off from the points they were trying to point to on the screen, only in the Chrome browser though.
5. emadshiny (Posts: 1005; Member since: 05 Dec 2012)
So you review every transformers but not Vaio Tap 11 and Flip 13?
Good job PA!
6. Akfred (Posts: 64; Member since: 08 Nov 2012)
Nice review but why score a decent laptop like this
8 upon all what u have said about the laptop. And who
Is this FAUguy if I may ask