|Screen Size||8 inches|
|Processor||1.33 GHz Intel Atom|
|Memory Speed||1067 MHz|
|Wireless Type||802.11.a, 802.11.g, 802.11.b, 802.11.n|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||12 hours|
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 8 - 59426325: Web Special - Intel Atom Z3745 (1.33GHz 1066GHz 2MB)
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- Processor: Intel Atom Quad-Core Processing, Z3745 (4C, 1.33 / 1.86GHz, 2MB, 1067MHz) • 2GB Soldered Memory
- Display: 8.0" FHD (1920x1200) IPS Multi-touch, Full-HD Display Allows Immersive Viewing • 16GB eMMC Storage • Color: Platinum
- Four Usage Modes, now with New Hang Mode • Android 4.4 KitKat Operating System • Intel HD Graphics
- 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN • Bluetooth 4.0 • 1.6 Front Camera, 8.0 MP Rear Camera • Digital Mic
- Up to 18 Hours Battery Life for Incomparable Mobility (Actual battery life may vary based on many factors.)
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Performance for Work and Play with Intel Inside: Wake in a flash, quickly open files and photos, and seamlessly switch between apps without any delay on this 8 inch Android tablet. • Four Ways to Use Your Tablet: Yoga Tablet 2’s innovative design places a battery cylinder and kickstand on the side of the device, shifting the center of gravity and opening up multiple ways to use it: Hold, Tilt, Stand, and Hang. That means there are four different ways to enjoy media content, games, and more on your 8 inch Android tablet. • Epic Battery Life: Yoga Tablet 2 keeps going over the long haul with its off-the-charts battery life. Its battery lasts up to 18 hours* so you can go all day – and into the night – without recharging. The secret: Yoga Tablet’s unique, cylinder-shaped side chamber allows more room for battery storage – and more time between charges. Battery life is an estimated maximum. Actual battery life may vary based on many factors. • Immersive Audio: Yoga Tablet 2 gives you a new way to enjoy music on an 8 inch Android tablet. Front-facing, large-chamber stereo speakers with Wolfson® Master HiFi™ audio processing and Dolby® surround sound delivers a rich audio experience. • Advanced Rear Camera: Enjoy a new way to take beautiful photos with the Yoga Tablet 2’s 8MP rear camera, which boasts an f2.2 wide-aperture lens, advanced glare-reducing glass, and a BSI 2 sensor. • Lenovo DOit Apps: Yoga Tablet 2 gives you more ways to get the most of your device, with premium Lenovo applications like SHAREit, which lets you share files quickly without network charges or a WiFi connection and SYNCit, which backs up and restores your contacts and SMS messages.
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Things I like:
The way the battery creates a nice handhold.
The kickstand - it can be used to hold up the tablet or hang it; it also provides a comfortable way to hold the tablet - it can be angled out a little bit and creates a 'lip', almost like the folded back pages of a paperback book.
The performance - it's a quick little thing that does what I want, usually.
Things I don't like:
Sometimes, it gets weird little blips and shows me apps that I closed several days ago. The web browser sometimes opens up with tabs that I went to and closed days ago. In particular, I used the Yelp app once, but now every time I close all the open apps, suddenly the review of the restaurant I looked at two weeks ago pops up. I'm looking for a solution to that.
Which brings me to my other thing I don't like: the manual. It gives you the absolute basic user information but doesn't have any information on little things, like why is there a lock symbol next to some of the app icons? What is that for?
I'm a light user - I check emails, surf one or two places on the web and use the tablet to do creative writing.
This tablet gives me what I've been looking for. I like the built in stand. Someone had said it was a pain to open. I agree that it's stiff but I didn't have any problems opening the stand. It's done well for me keep the tablet propped up. It's actually kinda nice to hold along the battery. I find it more comfortable than my Kindle Fire hd 8.9.
I do not find that this tablet is heavy. Maybe in comparison to other 8 inch slates it's heavier but it's certainly not heavy or uncomfortable to hold. I read often on this tablet and prefer to read on this over my Kindles.
I will say that the battery life is nowhere near what it advertises. I don't know how much time I've gotten and I didn't read what sort of battery saving measures were used to eeek out 18 hrs but I think the way I was using it, I'd be lucky to have gotten half that. I was playing some games (fruit ninja, dead trigger, shadowgun: deadzone) and then played a movie I had on the chip. It was dead or close to dead by the end of my run.
All in all, I am very pleased with this tablet. I've owned a Samsung Galaxy tab 7 plus, kindle fire hd 8.9, asus memopad 7 and this is way better than all those. My son owns a Samsung Galaxy tab 2 8 inch and that one isn't bad except for all the Samsung bloat u get. Oh, I didn't find this one to have too much bloat. And it has some nice functions resident in the settings to prevent programs to startup. I really like that. I would say this is a good bargain. If Ur willing to spend a little more then I'd say look at the nvidia shield tablet but wait for the price to come down to $300. The next Generation of that is coming.
If Ur tight on money, this is about $80+ cheaper than the nvidia tablet and a lot cheaper than any samsung current model tablet.
The first tablet ended up having a problem that seemed to occur after the lollipop update. The volume button got stuck and it would only work in 1 direction. I got the replacement and discovered that lenovo had removed the update.
I went on a trip with kit kat loaded. I don't like how lenovo has their setup in kit kat. I got used to it but I wouldn't say I liked it. I changed to the Nova launcher and that made it better. Battery Wise I watched 3 movies and still had about 50% left at the end of my travel day. That was nice.
Lollipop update arrived shortly after I got back from my trip. So much better now. It's running smoother and I think the battery is better. The first tablet might have had a battery issue too as this one seems to last longer.
I'm happy with my purchase. Keeping it at 4 stars cuz I had to get a 2nd one.
It's been about 6 months now and the bliss phase is long gone. I am no longer satisfied or happy with the tablet. The battery life is only OK. It's glitchy and has a lot of hesitation with even simple home screen scrolling. I'm downgrading to 2 stars. Also looking to get a new tablet. Too bad cuz I was hopeful this would be a solid piece but it feels like I will have to root it in order to make it better.
Unfortunately, the answer for me was to root the tablet. Doing so allowed me to load some programs that helped significantly with the battery life and performance. I also think that clearing the cache and dalvik cache helped a lot too. It went from draining about 2+% per hr on standby to draining about 7% in about 10 hrs. Of standby. I played a ton on the tablet today and though it glitched a little bit, for the most part it worked pretty smoothly. For now, the tablet search is over. But I did get an asus zenpad s 8.0 for my son for Xmas. That tablet rocks. Beautiful screen and fast. So, I'd say for those looking for a tablet, go for the new Nvidia shield tablet k1 or the asus zenpad s 8.0. I went for the 4gb/64gb version. Loving it so far... My son noticed the upgrade from his samsung tablet right away after I set it up for him.