Lenovo unveils Yoga tablet 2 Pro with an inbuilt projector

Lenovo unveils Yoga tablet 2 Pro with an inbuilt projectorOver the past few years, Lenovo has established itself as a reliable and a smart brand capable of releasing some interesting and high quality devices. The Chinese giant already has a number of devices in its Yoga tablet lineup and after today, you will have three more to choose from.

The company unveiled the Yoga tablet 2 Pro and the Yoga tablet 2. The second model will come in two different variants, one running Windows and the other running Android, adding three new tablets in total in the Yoga lineup.

The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is a top of the line Android tablet and comes with a large 13 inch QHD 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution display. Inside, you have an Atom Processor along with 32GB internal storage. Luckily, the company has included a Micro SD card slot so that you can expand this further up to 64GB.

Lenovo has also incorporated an 8MP camera at the back along with a kick stand to keep the tablet upright when you are watching something. There’s even a model with 4G support and the overall battery life of the device will depend upon the model you choose. However, on average the company claims that you should get anywhere around 15 hours of battery life with the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro.

Alongside this premium tablet, the company also unveiled the new Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2. As mentioned above, the device will come in two different variants, namely the Windows version and the Android running version; however, both the devices have more or less the same specifications. Along with the operating system choice, you also get to choose between an 8 inch and a 10 inch display.

Both the devices feature an Atom processor with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. But for the Windows version, you get two times the standard storage, i.e. 32GB. On the back there’s an 8MP camera while on the front there is a 1.6 MP shooter.

Like the Yoga 2 Pro, battery life is pretty good on the Yoga 2 and Lenovo claims that you should get around 17 hours of usage on a single charge.

Although the Windows version is slightly costly at $299 and $399 for the 8 inch and 10 inch version respectively, you get some extra perks like a free one year subscription to Office 365 and a Bluetooth Keyboard cover.

On the other hand, if you looking for something slightly cheaper, you can opt for the Android version which will retail at $249 and $299 for the 8 inch and 10 inch display variants respectively.

The premium Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is much costlier than these two devices and will sell for $499 from Lenovo’s online store starting this month.

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