Lenovo Yoga Tablet Pro 2 with Renewed Features

Lenovo Yoga Tablet Pro 2 with Renewed Features

Lenovo Yoga Tablet Pro 2

Lenovo Yoga Tablet pro 2 is a 10 HD+ lop-sided design that  enables several different positions. That is exactly the premise for Yoga Tablet 2 Pro. The stand has been refined and upgraded, the screen has grown to 13 inches and the older machine’s 1920 x 1200 resolution, makes way for more pixels – now at 2560 x 1440.

The Yoga’s cylindrical side shows its style and functions. Tired of holding your tablet? Get comfortable with the new lenovo yoga tablet 2 pro enabling four different screen positions using its innovative hinge design.  It also consists of features we’ve never seen on a tablet like a sub-woofer and a pico projector.

The stand props the Yoga into shallow and steep angled positions, which are considered to be ideal for both typing and watching films. The stand can be twisted for precise angle adjustments, and it’s hard enough to stay put once positioned.

The gadget exudes high quality. The stand and its button are formed of solid aluminum, and the rest of the unit is hewn from similarly-sturdy metal and plastic.

You have a WiFi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity available with Yoga. GPS and an accelerometer are included, too, but there’s no indication of mobile broadband.

Screen and Speakers.

Lenovo has improved the resolution, but larger screen simply means a reduced pixel density– the previous Yoga had a density of 224ppi, while the new Lenovo yoga tablet 2 pro sits at 221ppi.

That figure doesn’t stand out when it compared to the wider market. The iPad Air’s screen gives up 253ppi and the Nexus 9 is still good , at 288ppi.

The Yoga’s thickness may not stand out, but it’s still enough to ensure a sharp image – we only saw individual pixels by squinting, and the resolution is ample for Full HD media playback.

Lenovo has used the hinge to install serious audio kit – two 1.5W stereo speakers and a 5W JBL subwoofer. The Yoga’s speakers is not bad with enough volume and quality for movies and music, but the iPad is still superior.


The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro’s 8-MP camera was good, but not that much . While red Flatiron buildings were accurately rendered, orange-and-brown exposed bricks on a roof facade were washed out. Outlines of window sills in buildings were clear. 1080p video shows clear image .The 2-megapixel front camera captured vibrant but slightly blurry portraits.


Lenovo says the Tablet 2 Pro’s 9,600-mAh battery can last up to 15 hours on standby, 8 hours on Wi-Fi browsing and 5 hours of projector streaming. On Laptop Mag’s battery test (Web surfing at 150 nits), the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro lasted 8 hours and 11 minutes.


Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro aims to entice us with its different approach of being a larger, more generously sized tablet that blends fun and play into one neat package – especially when it features a rarely seen built-in pico projector. If you’ve been waiting for a tablet with a larger-than-normal display