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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro with built-in Projector

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro

Lenovo today announced the new Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, a 13-inch Android tablet with built-in projector, 8 watt sound system with subwoofer, and QHD 2560×1440 screen. The device was developed with Ashton Kutcher to redefine the tablet experience.

Users can project a 16:9 high resolution image onto any surface for an instant 50-inch theater experience. With automatic image adjustment and up to three hours playback time, users can get through a double feature before having to plug in the tablet. The tablet’s enhanced audio system also provides a captivating 8 watts of sound, quadrupling the speaker power of an average tablet. Its dual, large-chamber speakers are front-facing for dynamic audio, and a subwoofer on the back rounds it out with deep bass notes while Dolby Audio and Wolfson Master HiFi ensure a multi-channel listening experience.

The YOGA Tablet 2 Pro makes users’ lives easier in other ways too with a fourth mode – Hang. Now users can interact with the tablet in a new way by hanging it anywhere they want. They can also continue to enjoy the other three original modes: Hold for better angles for reading, Tilt for easily browsing online and Stand for close up content from digital libraries. While loaded with lots of useful features that adapt to user’s lifestyles, the Platinum-colored tablet remains thin and light at just 3.7mm thin and 950 grams.

The new YOGA Tablet 2 Pro also runs on the latest 4th generation Intel Atom processor, helping power smooth multimedia playback and rendering, great for multitaskers. Also, for picture-perfect snapshots, it has an extremely high resolution 8 MP rear camera and plenty of storage equipped with 32GB and up to 64 GB via Micro SD. And with up to 15 hours of battery life and optional 4G, users can stay mobile nearly around the clock.

Pricing and Availability
The Lenovo YOGA Tablet 2 Pro will be available late-October 2014 starting at $499.99.

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  1. Biggutz

    October 28, 2014 at 4:05 am

    I really like this and project is cool!

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