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Lenovo Yoga Multimode 10-inch Tablet
by Lenovo
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Apr 22, 2014 by Keith
There is a 6 step process... Step 1: turn on Yoga 10 power switch, Step 2: click on pre-installed Skype icon, Step:3 log in username and password, Step 4: face the Yoga 10 screen, Step 5: call someone on Skype, Step 6: talk when the person you called answers. *Step 6 is optional.
Feb 16, 2014 by Keith
No, no android tablet uses flash anymore. You have to use a third party app like firefox's flash fox browser in the play store. But I have been using this tablet since Christmas and I can't say enough good things about it.
Feb 3, 2014 by Jeremiah T.
do it have a camera May 18, 2014
Yeah! It do! Two of em! One in the front and one in the rear-just like it says in the product description ;)
May 29, 2014 by Tirra
There is an optional detachable (and very cool) keyboard that doubles as a screen protector
Jan 29, 2014 by Happy in Virginia
what kind of adaptor cable to connect the Yoga's micro USB to a flat screens HDMI. Where can I buy? I have bought one around $10.00 but it's not work when i connected. I could't find out any. Can you help that. I am very appreciate.
Aug 24, 2014 by Linh T.
Yes, of course it does. I don't think I've ever bought any kind of device that didn't come with the cord, but who knows....
Feb 13, 2014 by Marita McDaniel
Yes. It comes with kingsoft office on it which works great.
Dec 11, 2013 by Darren Griffith
This tablet costs $275 and comes with a 1 year warranty if bought directly from Lenovo. Ive read in the comment section that Lenovo will not honor their 1 yr warranty if this tablet is bought from Amazon. If that is true, then buying from Amazon(at $250) grants you only a 30 day warranty UNLESS you buy the protection plan at $30 for a year(and like, $36 for two years?). SO, buying directly from Lenovo saves you $5 for roughly the same one year purchase protection. On the other hand, buying from Amazon and buying two years of protection is probably an even better deal than what Lenovo offers. PS: I think the standard phone assistance from Amazon for these type of items is 30 days.
Mar 13, 2014 by Tirra
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