- John V. , PhoneArena
If you’re strapped for cash, then it’s a no-brainer decision to pick this one up.
- Jeffrey Van Camp , Digital Trends
The Yoga Tablet’s innovative kickstand and 14-hour battery life are fantastic, but its interface is ugly and buggy.
- Impressive battery life
- Slim, modern design
- Innovative kickstand
- Underwhelming display
- Heavily modified user interface
- Sub-par overall performance
Lenovo’s Yoga 10 tablet, which shares identical internal specs with its little brother, the Yoga 8, has a 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory - expandable to 64GB via microSD.
It features a unique, built-in kickstand which allows you to place it in 3 distinct positions. The battery, which is housed inside the cylindrical kickstand, is rated at up to 18 hours.
There's a 1280 x 800 IPS, 10-point touch screen display, which many reviewers found average to underwhelming. CNET said, “it has the same 1,280x800 resolution (150ppi) that's on the smaller Yoga 8. On an 8-inch screen, that resolution isn't terrible, but stretched to 10 inches, it looks, well, stretched out.”
The tablet offers a front-facing 1.6 megapixel camera, and a 5 megapixel rear camera. It’s 5-megapixel back camera with autofocus does a decent job of snapping both close-up and wide shots,” according to CNET.
The Yoga 10 also offers Dolby-enhanced, front-facing speakers, and a Dolby app that allows you to change audio profiles and set up two custom equalizer modes. “We played "Thriller" by Michael Jackson on max and the tablet filled a small meeting room with clear, rounded audio,” Laptopmag said.
Overall, most reviewers liked the innovative kickstand and battery life, but found the display and processor only average.
Mobileburn summed it up this way, “with better software, a more dense display, and a new processor, this could have been one of the best tablets on the market."
Reviews (6.7/10 Avg. rating)
Feels like another also-ran in the incredibly competitive Android tablet space
Great battery life and an ingenious design, but the screen and performance are both below par
New tablet design but disappointing performance
There is no doubt that Lenovo has put in a lot of thought in the whole design of the tablet, making it stand out from the routine crowd. Additionally, it's worth pointing out that Lenovo's Yoga Tablet 10 multimode feature includes those modes, which generally require a separate cover or a stand for a tablet. While it does live up to what Lenovo's Yoga line-up is known for (multimode design), we feel that a better chipset and a higher-resolution display could have helped the cause.
In our opinion, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 delivers in some departments though disappoints completely... Full review
The processor and the overall performance is not quite as high as we have seen in other tablets
An Android tablet with a unique design, but let down by its screen
It’s a steal no doubt for a sturdy built tablet that has a very peculiar design
New screen size, same terrible tablet
The screen isn't great but otherwise this is a well-designed 10in tablet at a very keen price
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 is the kind of device that will split opinion. It puts a clever and practical design, a long battery life and a stylish appearance above a high specification. It has a dumbed down version of Android, that first-time users might like, but which lacks multiple user support.
If you value the physical design and immediate ease-of-use over technical potential and long-term flexibility then this is a great buy. While those who are keener to get to grips with everything Android has to offer should hold out for the next iteration of the Google Nexus 10. It's not... Full review
Compromise on performance and screen quality is not worth the cost savings
Innovative kickstand and 14-hour battery life are fantastic, but its interface is ugly and buggy
We want to like this tablet, but we can’t. As much as we’d love to recommend a tablet because Ashton Kutcher laid his two and a half hands on it, if you’re going to spend a few hundred dollars for a new device, you want the best you can get for your greenbacks. This ain’t it.
The battery life is great and the stand is useful, but the processing power of the Yoga Tablet doesn’t match cheaper competitors like the Nexus 7, and Lenovo’s user interface is ugly and buggy. We like the outside of the Yoga Tablet, but everything inside is disappointing.... Full review
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