There is already a new option of high performance tablet in the Brazilian market. This is the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, which hit stores recently and offers a wide range of features for consumers looking for professional solutions in their equipment-which includes an integrated projector for streaming content in a clearer and simple.
The device with a 13-inch screen is being sold for prices close to $ 2,099 and offers several features. But is it worth investing in it? That’s what we’ll find out! Check out right now what we think about the new professional notebook launched by Lenovo.
The design of the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is pretty, and this is evident in the various configurations possible for it-whether with the stand used to keep it standing, in clipboard mode or being worn on the lap. Even with the large 13-inch dimensions, it can be discreet and sober, with features that can easily please any consumer.
There is a small retractable bracket on the back of the unit. It can be triggered to keep the tablet in the most comfortable position desired. However, you need to know that at times it seems more comfortable to sync a Bluetooth keyboard so that large text typing is done more smoothly-especially when the tablet is used vertically, such as a monitor according to ESTATEREALEST.COM.
It is also necessary to keep in mind the large screen may make it difficult to use some applications, especially games that require quick touches on the screen. That is, the design of Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is great for professional apps, but it can make life difficult for anyone looking for a device to play.
It is impossible to use the device and not praise the Yoga screen. It brings 13.3-inch and Quad HD resolution(2560×1440 pixels) for great results in games, internet browsing and video playback. With the exception of some applications that are not ready for high resolutions, everything runs fine with the device.
The speed of touch response and brightness also gain many points, especially because the screen allows the device to be used even in very bright environments-including situations in external or internal locations with the proximity of windows, for example.
Lenovo has not yet updated the tablet for Android Lollipop, so it is equipped with Android 4.4 KitKat. With its own proprietary and modified interface, the Lenovo tablet offers a smooth use for everyone, not being loaded with many unnecessary applications-just a few features for annotations and ease of use.
Needless to say, the layout of standard device folders, icons, and wallpaper reminds many of iOS-the operating system used on iPads and iPhones. This is true both for design and for some functionality, including access to settings via dragged menus at the bottom of the screen.
In addition to the fluid operation on the main interface, the device also performs very well in the execution of tasks-both common ones and those that require a little more hardware power. Applications of all kinds can run seamlessly on the tablet, even when we’re talking about some heavier games-remembering that in some cases the graphics are affected by the programming itself.
Of course, some heavier games can run without maximum graphic quality, but there’s no way to say that it disrupts the user experience anytime it is. Internet browsing also occurs with quality even when Chrome is loaded with multiple tabs. This also applies to office software.
- Operating system: Android 4.4.2 KitKat
- Screen: 13.3-inch IPS LCD
- Resolution: 2560×1440 pixels
- Pixel Density: 221dpi
- Chipset: Intel Atom Z3745 quad-core
- Processing clock: 1.33 GHz
- GPU: Intel Gen 7
- Memory RAM: 2 GB
- Storage Memory: 32 GB
- Rear Camera: 8 MP
- Front Camera: 1.6 MP
- Audio: JBL 5 Watt Subwoofer
- Battery: 9600 mAh
- Dimensions: 333 mm x 223 mm
- Thickness: 3,7 mm
- Weight: 948 grams
- Extras: Integrated Projector(up to 50 “), GPS, Brightness Sensor, Vibration and Accelerometer Function
With a robust battery, the tablet offers good autonomy for consumers. You can play media content for several hours and surf the internet seamlessly for even longer periods of time. All this ensures that users can use the equipment to work quite quietly, without having to take frequently.
Camera and audio
Before talking about the cameras, we must remember that we are referring to a tablet, not a smartphone. The front camera of the tablet is of good quality and guarantees a good result for videoconferences. The rear can even be used for capturing images in sporadic situations, but it does not have the features to be compared to the views on mobile phones-neither in resolution nor in focus or softness.
When we talk about tablet audio, we need to take into account the volume and the definition of the sound. In these two questions, Lenovo Yoga did well. It reproduces everything very clearly and intensely, even without offering much bass power. In summary: it is a tool of very high quality for those who want to play audio from movies of the tablet itself.
One of the great highlights of the new tablet is the integrated projector to it-and it would be wrong not to analyze this feature independently. Located at the base of the device(on the opposite side of the On / Off button), this projector allows images to be transmitted up to 50 inches without distortion. This is all very good and practical, it is only necessary to modify the focal length of the lens by means of a button that is next to the video output.
On the other hand, although the system is great for demonstrating professional papers and documents, multimedia playback may not be as interesting as the picture setting is well below what is seen on the screen. This is especially true for those who are fond of images with very high definition.
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is totally geared towards the professional users-especially for the excellent features for the presentation of projects, for example-and brings solutions for them with mastery. This is seen on the screen, on the hardware, on the projection system and also on the media resources. If its use fits this profile, the acquisition of the appliance is even recommended.
However, if you want a tablet for games or for simpler functions, the cost of $ 2,099 may be too high. The device certainly can do these tasks, but a smaller model guarantees the same and a much more comfortable way-remembering that using it turns out to be difficult in games that require more agility.
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