The tablet market is heavily saturated that it’s a hard choice for any consumers on getting one. They are starting to look the same. That’s why I kinda like the idea of Lenovo Yoga Tablets as they have innovative concepts that stands out from the many tablet choices. Recently Lenovo launched their second generation of Yoga Tablets and I got a chance to field test their Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 10 HD+. The versatile Yoga tablets welcomed another mode in the hang mode with beefed up hardware and specs.
It was just timely this little wonder of a tablet came in when my 2-year old Apple iPad 2 is conking out. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8 is one of the many Android-based tablets currently saturating the market and this definitely gets curious looks for its unusual design that clearly sets it apart from the common and boring flat-rectangular style tablets. As a disclaimer, Lenovo Philippines provided this Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8 when I was invited to join their 18-hour challenge testing the tablet’s battery life and for review. After our challenge, I took the tablet for a trip to really see if it could work with how I travel. Don’t expect this review to be technical but as a practical user experience review.