What's this? Based on Ease of use, Display, Versatility, Performance, Touch response, and Portability (which includes battery life, size and weight.) Due to test upgrades, results may vary from past Ratings.
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Summary:A larger tablet from Lenovo with a 10.1-inch screen and Wi-Fi Internet only, running on the Android 4.2 operating system. Uses the Google app store for downloading apps. Tested with 16GB of storage.
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 (Wi-Fi, 16GB) is a larger tablet computer with a 10.1-inch screen. It has relatively coarse screen resolution, 149 pixels per inch. The rectangular screen is a better shape for videos than for photos.
The tablet has a 1.2 GHz MT8125/8389 processor with 4 cores. It runs on the Android 4.2 operating system. It has 1GB memory and is available with 16 or 32GB storage. You can add a microSD memory card for more storage.
There is a headphone jack with a volume control, a built-in microphone, and stereo speakers. Internet connectivity is via Wi-Fi. It has a 1.6-megapixel webcam, and a 5-megapixel camera. Has a flip-out prop that can support the tablet in landscape orientation at two angles.
The tablet measures 10.3 inches long by 7.1 inches wide by 0.3 inches thick, and weighs 1.35 pounds.
The following models have the same ratings as Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 (Wi-Fi, 16GB).
Features and specs may vary
The Ratings applied to untested model Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 (Wi-Fi, 32GB) come from our tests of model Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 (Wi-Fi, 16GB), which in our judgment is enough alike in its performance, features, and specs that our test results apply to both.
About This Brand
Lenovo's Android-based IdeaTab and Yoga line are geared toward consumers. Its Windows-based lines include Miix and ThinkPad. Models range in size from 7 to 11.6 inches. Some are offered in 4G versions.
You will be hard pressed to find a company with worse customer support than Lenovo. Usually, if the company builds a quality product you might never even need any support at all but that is not the case with Lenovo.<br /><br />I should have heeded all the warnings from customer reviews all over the internet, but I thought maybe those were just from people who like to complain or aren't very good with technology. <br /><br />I couldn't have been more wrong. Long story short, after constant problems I was finally given an authorization for a warranty repair. Was told the turnaround time is one week. They received the tablet on December 5th. Didn't hear anything until December 23rd when I talked to two different people. One told me that the processor needs a software update but they think it might be a few months before they can upload it. The next person told me they were waiting on parts but she couldn't tell me how long it would be before they would have the parts. She also didn't know what the parts were that were needed.<br /><br />She then offered me a choice of waiting or a refund. I said a refund would be great and she notified me that it would only take 10 days to process the request.<br /><br />Three weeks later after never being able to reach this person again I was told that I was assigned a new customer relations manager and that he would contact me shortly. When he finally did call about a week later, he told me it would be about 10 days to process everything. <br /><br />So now I'm on day 76 with no tablet or refund. I do have lots of phone numbers and email addresses that are never answered or responded to though. <br /><br />What's really frustrating is that they make it impossible to contact a manager or supervisor or transfer a call to someone in charge or customer service. It's beyond maddening. <br /><br />Anyway, do yourself a favor and stay away from Lenovo.