Lenovo Introduces a Better Way To Yoga – Yoga Tablet That Is
October 30th, 2013 by Analie
Last night, Lenovo invited us to witness a better way. For a while now they have been teasing us through social media that a better way was coming. With just slight hints and clues, we couldn't figure out what it was. Over on the west coast they had their new "Product Engineer" Ashton Kutcher introduce the new device. Lenovo introduced the Yoga Tablet.
Lenovo Yoga Tablet Specs and DetailsWith so many tablets out there, it's hard to distinguish one from the other. But they all do have one common problem; viewing angles. Sometimes it's just so difficult to get a good viewing angle and/or position with your tablet. Lenovo was determined to introduce this better way to to us. As always we give you a basic run down of specs and pricing (if available).
Lenovo Yoga Tablet Viewing Modes
- Hold Mode on the Yoga Tablet - With its exclusive cylindrical handle, hold mode is designed to fit an individual’s hand, so the Yoga Tablet is easier to hold and offers more control over the device whereas other tablets require two hands. Hold mode makes reading, checking social media and browsing the web easy and parallels how people hold magazines when reading.
- Stand Mode on the Yoga Tablet - To convert the Yoga Tablet into stand mode, simply rotate the side cylinder 90° so that the tablet stand deploys, allowing the tablet to stand by itself on a desk or table. Users can change the viewing angle to fit what’s comfortable for them from 110° to 135°. Stand mode makes it easy for users to comfortably watch movies, place video calls and interact with the ten finger touchscreen without having to rely on add-on accessories.
- Tilt Mode on the Yoga Tablet - Users can lay the Yoga Tablet down in tilt mode to type directly on the tablet, play games and just surf the Internet with a better viewing angle. To further enhance the rich content and multimode tablet experience, users can enable the tablet’s auto-detection software that automatically brings up frequently used apps in hold and stand modes.