Lenovo's new Yoga tablet doesn't flip and fold like its Windows Yogas, but it can be used in three different "modes"
The tablets' cylindrical bulge supposedly makes it more comfortable to hold, by shifting its center of gravity
The Yoga tablet in stand mode
The Yoga's tilt mode
The 8-in and 10.1-in Yoga tablets have a mere 1280 x 800 resolution
Most tablets look pretty similar. You could argue that this is because their iPad-like form factor makes the most sense. But Lenovo thinks there's still some room for variety. Take the company's new Yoga Android tablets, which add a cylindrical bulge and kickstand to the traditional tablet design.
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