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Hands on with the Lenovo YOGA Tablet 10 HD+ at MWC

Feb 25, 2014

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Lenovo’s newest 10-inch tablet, the YOGA Tablet 10 HD+ is designed to bring the best mobile tablet experiences to life. Announced at Mobile World Congress 2014, the YOGA is powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor that is engineered to give users more power, a beyond-brilliant display for superior gaming experiences and the latest 3G technologies for fast speeds and reliable connectivity, along with up-to 18 hours of battery life.


The YOGA Tablet 10 HD+ is made with a unique cylindrical battery designed to help it perform longer and faster so users can experience up to 18 hours of non-stop use. The new YOGA’s blazing 3G speeds are supported by a super-efficient Snapdragon 400, designed to allow devices like the YOGA not to waste battery power.


The new YOGA 10 HD+ also comes with a smart, ergonomic design, with dual Dolby-enhanced speakers that are front-facing for a more harmonious sounding experience. It also features an 8 MP rear camera, a 1.6 MP front-facing camera, and captures 1080p HD video.


The 10-inch tablet is agile, featuring three different and innovative modes: stand, tilt and hold. Stand Mode allows you to flip open the mini-kickstand for perfect, hands-free viewing, Tilt Mode is perfect for gaming, typing and interacting with the screen and the YOGA’s ergonomic shape creates a better weight distribution for easier and more comfortable reading in Hold Mode.


The YOGA also features a 720p external display with Miracast, wireless and virtually instant connectivity to any HDTV, Bluetooth 4.1 to connect to Lenovo’s Accutype Bluetooth keyboard, and other Bluetooth accessories designed not to strain battery life.

According to Lenovo, the YOGA Tablet 10 HD+ will be available starting in April via major retailers and online at lenovo.com, with models starting at $349.

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