Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 Review
Setting new records, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 exceeds our expectations and sets the pace with its unprecedented battery life. Donning a 9000 mAh battery, it’s rated to deliver 18 hours of battery life with Wi-Fi web browsing. However, in our real world experience, it pulls out roughly 3.5 days of normal usage – a tally that’s outstanding! Seriously, you’ll never have to worry about running out of juice, since its battery is just so darn good.
Lenovo might still be trying to gain some traction in the Android tablet space, but they’re definitely getting our attention with the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10. It may not be a high powered thing that would capture the imagination of people, but the combination between its affordable cost, intriguing design, and unprecedented battery life, help to give it a standing chance in hitting the big time.
At only $299 for the base 16GB option, it’s a steal no doubt when we find a sturdy built tablet that has a very peculiar design – one that’s different from most things out there. Well, it’s not without its low points either, like its disorganized homescreen layout and poor camera quality. Despite that, we can’t help but think about that cost in the end. If you’re strapped for cash, then it’s a no-brainer decision to pick this one up.
Software version of reviewed unit:
Android version: 4.2.2
Build number: B8000_A422_026_130919_WW-WIFI
Kernel version: 3.4.5
- Super inexpensive
- Impressive battery life
- Interesting design
- Solid construction
- Disorganized homescreen layout
- Poor camera performance
1. emadshiny (Posts: 1142; Member since: 05 Dec 2012)
Hey PA team,
Do you have any plan to review Vaio Tap11 and Vaio Flip?
As far as im in a dilemma to buy a tablet or a transformer its so important for me to know it.
2. TylerGrunter (Posts: 1056; Member since: 16 Feb 2012)
$299 for this tablet is now called Super inexpensive? I think there is some mistake here.
Either is Super expensive or the price is wrong.
I think the second as the price was suppossed to be $199, which is still 50 dollars more than the Asus memopad HD 7, which has similar HW but less battery and lower materials.
4. g2a5b0e (Posts: 2699; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
You just compared a 10-inch tablet to a 7-inch. As far as 10-inch tablets go, $299 is fairly inexpensive.