Lenovo’s Latest Windows Tablet Has a Pico Projector and Subwoofer, First of Its Kind

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Lenovo is the biggest PC maker in the world and that’s probably the reason why it manages to make such awesome devices. After having a look at the impressive Yoga Pro 3 Windows 8.1 laptop and the convertible ThinkPad Yoga 14, here’s an unusual one.
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Lenovo’s new Yoga Tablet 2 Pro with Windows 8.1 on-board has been built for entertainment lovers, as it comes with a built-in tablet-projector along with an impressive 8 watts of sound including a subwoofer. This is the first tablet, – not only the first among Windows tablets, but overall -, to offer a projector and a subwoofer.

It also offers up to 15 hours of battery life and comes with a fourth mode – Hang, on top of the previous ones. Thus, owners  can project a 16:9 high resolution image onto any surface, which is pretty neat. The 13-inch screen of the YOGA Tablet 2 Pro features a QHD 2560×1440 screen, and runs on the latest 4th generation Intel Atom processor.

It sports a 8 MP rear camera, has 2GB of RAM and comes in 32GB or 64 GB versions, but there’s also Micro SD support for extra storage. It will be available at the end of October with a starting price of $499.

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