Lenovo has done quite a good job cramming some great features into the Yoga Tablet 2, considering its $269.99 price. We have the great IPS-based 10.1-inch 1920x1200 display, which looks quite nice, even when there's some light reflecting off of it.
The front-facing large-chamber stereo speakers are great, with Lenovo using Wolfson Master HiFi audio processing and Dolby surround sound for a great audio experience. I used the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 for YouTube, watching movies and a heap of music, where I was blown away with the audio quality.
One of the most unique things about Lenovo's Yoga Tablet 2 comes in the form of the battery cylinder which is on the side of the tablet, and a kickstand. This allows you to use the Yoga Tablet 2 in countless ways. There are some great features on the Yoga Tablet 2, most of which find themselves under the "Four Ways to Use Your Tablet", which you'll find below.
Four Ways to Use Your Tablet
One thing I loved about, and still love about my Yoga 2 Pro Ultrabook are the 'Four Ways' I can use it. On the Yoga Tablet 2, we have four modes in which you can use it; Hold, Tilt, Stand, and Hang. These modes are mostly self-explanatory.
The 'Hold' mode is the one that most are used to, as you will hold your Yoga Tablet 2 as you would any other tablet - in your hand. This is the most comfortable way to use it, but Lenovo aren't finished with 'modes' that you can use your new slate just yet.
'Stand' allows you to use the hinge as something to lean on, so you can use the Yoga Tablet 2 standing up to consume video or for music playback.
'Hang' mode uses the hole found in the hinge that lets you use the Yoga Tablet 2 in one of the most unique ways possible. This is going to be great for people who want to use the Yoga Tablet 2 in the kitchen or in the garage and have something to hook it up to.
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