there is a new YOGA in town, but not the calming exercise, though. known as the Lenovo YOGA Tablet 10 HD+, notable refinements of this yogi include a Full HD touchscreen display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and a battery life with up to a whopping 18 hours usage time. needless to say, you can expect the 10 HD+ to be a beautiful piece of gadget as with most of Lenovo’s consumer hardware. the awesome thing about the YOGA is the flexibility in placements without the need for additional stand or cover. with a unique cylindrical battery as the pivoting point of the device, the YOGA 10 HD+ allows you to use it in tilt mode for better viewing angle, whip out the integrated kickstand to use it in the stand mode, or simply hold it up like a regular tablet.

the tablet boasts 1,920 x 1,200 resolution with its 10.1-inch multi-touch display for eye-popping visuals, accompanied by immersive audio provided by Dolby audio. other features include a high-definition 8MP rear-facing camera, incorporation of Lenovo’s SHAREit for sharing digital contents with up to five devices without the need for Internet connection, Smart Display that automatically adjusts the images and text on the screen to the ambient for easier viewing, and a bunch of other software enhancements such as SECUREit that guards your private information from unwarranted access and also closes redundant background apps to maintain a fast tablet operation.

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the Lenovo YOGA Tablet 10 HD+ is among the many stuff Lenovo is currently showing off at the 2014 MWC, after which it will be heading out to retailers and Lenovo online store in April, carrying with it a $349 starting sticker.

Lenovo YOGA Tablet 10 HD+

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