Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Review
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 features AnyPen technology that allows you to use any metal object as a stylus. Its rounded spine makes it easy to hold, and the kickstand is a welcome addition. Battery life is stellar.
Say goodbye to the anxiety of losing your stylus. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 features AnyPen technology, which allows any metal object to be used as a stylus. Eight-inch Windows tablets that pack the perk of a stylus are few and far between. Lenovo’s implementation, with its cutting-edge twist, makes it stand out even more among its competition.
Starting at $299 (£195 and AU$370, converted) the Yoga Tablet 2 features an ergonomic and useful design that’s conveniently compact. Like other Lenovo Yoga tablets, the 8-inch Windows model houses a built-in kickstand for propping it up vertically or on its side, and its chunky rounded spine makes holding it one-handed as comfortable as a well-worn paperback book.
Despite its high-tech stylus capabilities and innovative design, its average performance is less impressive, though typical for an 8-inch Windows tablet in its price range. If you’re fan of using a stylus, this is one of the most portable, stylus-friendly tablets out there. However, don’t expect it to replace your desktop PC; the screen is just way too small to run Windows 8 comfortably.
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