|Standing screen display size||8 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280x800 Pixels|
|Processor||1.3 GHz 8032|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||400 MHz|
|Hard Drive||16 GB Flash Memory Solid State|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||20 Hours|
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 - HD 8" Android Tablet Computer (Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8009, 2GB RAM, 16GB SSD) ZA090094US,Black
|Series||Yoga Tab 3|
|Display Size||8 inches LCD|
|Operating System||Android 5.1 Lollipop|
|Memory Storage Capacity||16 GB|
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- A big-screen android tablet optimized for entertainment
- 10 point multi touch
- Built-in dual speakers and Dolby Atmos create a theater-like experience
- At less than 2 lbs, this ultra-portable tablet packs up to 15 hours of battery life
- Camera : 8 MP 180° rotatable camera
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The Tablet That Can Replace Your TV
The YOGA Tab 3 Pro is your ultimate video and entertainment device. Share movies, music and more using the tablet’s built-in rotatable projector and four JBL speakers for a theater-quality experience. An 18-hour battery life allows you to play all day and night without needing to charge. With its four modes, you can easily adapt to your viewing comfort. Show off the elegant faux leather finish and splash-proof capabilities to your friends, and surprise them with the tablet’s voice controls.
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|Screen Size||8 inches||10.1 inches||10.1 inches||8 inches||7 inches|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||16 GB||64 GB||3.0 GB||2.00 GB||16.0 GB|
|Item Dimensions||8.26 x 5.74 x 0.13 inches||11.77 x 6.89 x 1.34 inches||9.73 x 6.53 x 0.36 inches||0.32 x 4.8 x 7.84 inches||7.57 x 4.51 x 0.38 inches|
|Item Weight||1.03 lbs||1.70 lbs||1.03 lbs||0.67 lbs||0.65 lbs|
|Operating System||Android 5.1 Lollipop||Android||FireOS||Android 9 Pie||Fire OS|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi|
Say goodbye to your TV. And hello to the ultimate entertainment tablet, the Yoga Tab 3 8. The dazzling display is great for binge-watching your favorite shows anywhere-from the office to your kitchen. Its powerful speakers deliver truly immersive audio. And best of all, you can project cinema-like video onto any surface. Now, can your TV do that? Case material: Plastic. Battery = 2 cell, 6200 mAH
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I have found a lot of the reviews for this tablet to be out of date. The tablet shipped to me was pre-loaded with Android 6.0 but I was able to update it to Android 7 immediately. What I ended up with was a pretty stock version of android which I appreciated for its lack of bloatware (I would actually consider the number of pre installed Google apps to be the biggest offender here). I did not experience any kind of battery drain, start up issues, or screen flickering with the unit I received. With the update to Android 7 I was able to utilize my 128GB MicroSD card as “internal” storage immediately. Since I don’t plan on hot-swapping the card this means my Yoga has an effective 160GB of storage. So with that, let’s dive into the review.
This is where the Yoga tablet blows every other tablet I’ve used out of the water and it all is thanks to the folding hinge/stand which in practice proves to be much more versatile and stable than expected. “Yoga” was definitely an appropriate choice to name this device. The screen is able to achieve a surprising range of angles where you are still able to poke at the screen without supporting the back and is stable on everything from knees to bed tops to chair arms. I’ve also been using the stand in open mode for holding the tablet in landscape mode which offers up different options when lying in bed. The beefy spine is also handy (pun alert) for holding the tablet in portrait mode. In all I’ve found the Yoga tablet to be much easier to hold than any other whether I’m standing, sitting, laying, or walking about.
The hinge and outer rim of the tablet are made of aluminum, the face is glass, the back is faux leather, and the speaker front and area behind the stand are plastic. All of the normally touched surfaces feel nice and premium and not slippery. The only real downside in the feel of the tablet is that the stand feels sharp and indeed it sounds terrible when sliding the tablet across a table, I’m careful around wooden table tops with this thing. The absence of a finger print reader is also sorely felt and the oversized power button can be a little too easy to bump while playing certain games where you’re supposed to use your left thumb to control movement.
I’ve found the 2HD IPS display to be a joy. While I don’t have another tablet to directly compare it to, the images are detailed, naturally vibrant and generally look excellent for watching media. Text is similarly clear and the size of the screen overall is reminiscent of a magazine folded over which is fantastic for reading articles in portrait mode. Brightness is very adjustable though the auto-dimmer tends to be on the dimmer side. I was hesitant to get a 10” tablet as I had been looking at 8” models (because they are easier to hold) but the larger screen changes the experience of android and definitely opens up some elbow room vs android on a phone.
The speakers are fantastic delivering clear and rich sound for music and video streaming and are easily loud enough to be watching a show on Netflix while working in the kitchen. The sound quality does begin to fall off after about 10 feet, so for anything outdoors you'll likely still want to use a BT speaker.
In my opinion the Dolby Atmos does enhance the sound and the speakers sound best above about 40% volume. As a few other reviewers mentioned there is a slight buzz from the speakers at very low volume levels, but I was able to fiddle with the Dolby Atmos settings to at least minimize (but not eliminate) the problem to where I could ignore it. I also only noticed this at the first 2-3 volume levels.
My Yoga 3 Plus arrived with 50% charge. Using the supplied charger the initial charge-up took a little under 2 hours to get up to 100% capacity before the initial start up. While it charged for the first time I periodically checked in on the charge level and noticed that it charged fastest from 50% to about 80% and then it started to slow down until it was trickle chagrining from 95% on. This is the proper multi-stage method for charging lithium batteries to maximize their performance and lifespan so this was awesome to see. The battery easily lasts a day of constant use and multiple days of normal use. One annoying thing is that the Yoga 3 doesn’t recognize other chargers (like Anker) so it will not charge quickly without its supplied wall adapter. I also wish the ring around the power light pulsed while charging and stayed solid when full, but it is solid while charging and turns off when full.
The Yoga 3 Plus is perfectly capable of handling your basic streaming and web surfing needs. I’m not a huge gamer but the ones I’ve tried run smoothly and start quickly. All apps in general start fast and run smoothly. I did notice that some apps aren’t compatible with the tablet, the most disappointing of which was WhatsApp. I haven’t benchmarked the tablet but the experience is fluid and I haven’t been particularly annoyed by any glaring flaws.
Lenovo has a winner on their hands with the aptly named Yoga tablets. With its innovative built in stand, tremendous battery life, beautiful display and immersive sound the Yoga Tablet 3 10” Plus ticks all the right boxes at the right price. Don’t let a few minor issues distract you from an otherwise amazingly well thought out device as Lenovo simply has Samsung and Apple beat when it comes to a tablet that flexible enough for use anywhere in the house you might go.
*** Update ***
A few more niggles after spending more time with the tablet.
- I find that it needs to be restarted more often than an Android phone - about once every 3 - 5 days - otherwise it starts acting up. It just needs to go through the shutdown and start up process, it doesn't freeze or require a hard reset.
- Occasionally the system will hiccup and be unresponsive to scrolling or input.
:-The screen is a little too sensitive to touch and will sometimes register the electric field of your finger when it is very very close to, but not touching the screen
In all though I still love(d) my Yoga tablet so much that I bought another to replace the one that was stolen out of my car since first writing this review.
Half of my warranty is already gone for something I haven't even gotten to use. The website barely works and again the customer service offers little to no help other than creating the initial ticket. I feel as though by the time I get my tablet back the warranty will be expired and it probably won't even be fixed.
The worst part is, they wont even tell me what they decided was wrong. Might be the display, might be the power, might be the whole internals are fried. But they wont tell me anything.
Don't spend your money on something you wont even get to enjoy.
Update: July 12 2018, months later and still never received my product back. I would very strongly suggest to not buy anything from lenovo. You will likely get a faulty product and then either never see it again or if you ever do get it back, have something else break on it.
This is a great tablet and most likely I will keep it - although I had to order a replacement. The new replacement also has the exact same problem which may be a deal-breaker for some. While the speakers are great there is some static or fuzz sound that is in the background at a constant whenever any type of media is playing whether it is youtube, netflix, or even my own movie files. It is not loud and it does not get higher when I turn up the volume but it is there and is slightly more audible when there is dialogue. I was hoping maybe I got a dud but after the second replacement I think it is just something that has to do with the speakers - even with the dolby atmos off it is still there. I know it isn't mentioned in the reviews and I'm thinking maybe people don't hear it - I only started to hear it when I was watching something at night with the volume low. And while I haven't seen it in the reviews on Amazon I have found this was an issue for others who had the same tablet when I was looking through the Lenovo forums. Zero response from Lenovo support on the forums also.
With all that being said - everything else with this tablet has been great so far. The screen is great, the touchscreen is responsive and I haven't found any sluggishness in the overall usage. I love the battery life and the built-in stand so much that I may just keep this tablet regardless of this speaker issue. Also - the sound issue I mentioned is non-existent with earbuds or using Bluetooth speakers. There really isn't any other tablet that has a built-in stand, 15 hr battery life, and also easy to hold for reading - Lenovo hit a home-run with the design in regards to those aspects.
I don't want to go through with sending it back and getting another replacement again. And I especially don't want to go through Lenovo because they are terrible when it comes to returns and replacements. For those that are interested in this, buy on Amazon! I previously bought a Yoga Tab 3 8 inch on Lenovo website and because it was so slow and sluggish I had it returned. They charged me 15% restocking fee plus a shipping fee (which was another 15 bucks) - and the refund will still take another 10 days to process after it arrives to Lenovo. That is just shady - they basically made money back from the refund.
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Para una buena proyección necesitas obscuridad absoluta ya que su capacidad en lúmenes es baja (50), queda muy bien cuando vas a algún rancho y no hay luz que te interrumpa.
Una buena proyección es en el techo del dormitorio cuando estás acostado.
En fechas del mundial, en la oficina apagamos las luces y proyectamos los partidos con la bocina, excelente!
Si piensan adquirir esta tableta, súper recomendable, no se van a arrepentir.
Lo único “malo” es el peso, no es una tableta para estarla cargando de un lado a otro, no es mucho su peso (poco más de 500gms) pero para algunos podría ser cansado.
Si tienes hijos pequeños en casa, les encantará ver películas proyectadas con sus amigos. (Prime video, Netflix, YouTube, etc.)
I would take a chance again.2nd Lenivo product in my life and both were crap. The laptop hard drive fried in 2 weeks and I swore nevetvto buy their products again, but the included projector was just too convenient.
Sin dudas Lenovo ha estado haciendo cosas maravillosas (mi papá tiene una laptop de esta misma marca y también está fascinado).