It’s a new Lenovo Yoga Tab! Specifically, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus, successor to the precisely one-year-old Yoga Tab 3 Pro, is (still) a 10-inch Android tablet, but unlike the Pro, which had high-end specs and features, the Tab 3 Plus offers a compelling price-to-performance ratio.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 PlusLenovo Yoga Tab 3 PlusThe Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 with four Cortex-A52 cores, running a 1.8 GHz clock and four Crotex-A53 cores, running a 1.4 GHz clock (the Pro had an Intel Atom x5-Z8500 processor). It is equipped with an Adreno 510 GPU, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of memory storage (which can be expanded with microSD cards up to 128GB), and a USB Type-C connector.
The Yoga Tab 3 Plus has a WXQGA (2560 x 1600 pixels) resolution, and sports the familiar bottom cylinder, which houses a massive 9300mAh battery and enables a kickstand. Lenovo reps claim the battery provides 18 hours of juice, even watching movies in full resolution.
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Lenovo has used IFA 2016 to deliver a stunning new Yoga two in one notebook that makes Microsoft’s Surface and Surface book and Apple’s iPad Pro look like yesterday’s technology.The new 10.1-inch Yoga offering has three standout features, a touchscreen keyboard cover, that doubles as a drawing pad that can be laid flush against its screen, an add-on paper-like Create Pad to transfer written notes into the Yoga Book, and a Real Pen used to draw and write on both the cover screen and the Create Pad.
Source: Stunning New “Writable” Lenovo Yoga PC, Makes Apple Macs Look Like Yesterdays Technology | channelnews
Lenovo’s hoopla at IFA may be focusing on its creative-minded Yoga Book, but there are two new bread-and-butter tablets that are worth your attention, too. The 12.2-inch Miix 510 is a Surface Pro-alike for people who want a reasonably speedy 2-in-1 Windows tablet, but aren’t willing to pay a premium. It sports a lower-resolution display than the Miix 700 (1,920 x 1,200) and is both heavier (1.9 pounds without the keyboard attached) and thicker (0.39 inches), but it promises to be more powerful. You can have
Source: Lenovo’s two new tablets include a lower-cost Surface Pro rival
Taking a stab at the Surface Pro 4, the ThinkPad X1 Tablet looked to be a top contender when we first got some hands-on time with it at CES at the beginning of the year. Fast forward to the summer, the number of 2-in-1 devices gunning for Microsoft’s crown has grown exponentially, with some, like the HP Elite X2, hitting pretty close to the mark.
Source: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet review – A Surface Pro 4 rival you can count on | Expert Reviews
If you’re going to ape a design, do it from the best. That’s what it looks like Lenovo did with the ThinkPad Tablet X1, making a Surface Pro clone with a ThinkPad twist. And you know what? It works.
Source: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet Review: Surface Pro, ThinkPad Edition
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Yoggie Security Systems™ announced a business agreement with Lenovo, one of the world’s largest personal computer manufacturers, to develop a unique laptop accessory that provides constant and secure email access, even if the laptop is switched off. The new device combines Lenovo ConstantConnect and Protect 2.0 to allow users to send and receive emails immediately after turning on their laptop. Moreover, they can do so with the additional assurance of unrivalled Internet security.
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“Lenovo has a tremendous track record of innovation and, as their recent Lenovo ConstantConnect product shows, they understand how the expectations and demands of computer users are continuing to evolve.” Commented Shlomo Touboul, founder and CEO of Yoggie Security Systems. “We are excited about this opportunity to work with such a forward-thinking company and, by combining our skills and experience, provide laptop users with improved communications technology.”