Lenovo’s new $229 Windows tablet and $99 Android tablet

By | February 27, 2016

Lenovo cheap tablets

Lenovo has three new budget Yoga notebooks at Mobile World Congress this year. After aiming for the premium crowd with the Yoga 900S at CES last month, the trio of refreshed Yogas today are designed to bring Windows 10 to the more budget conscious. Lenovo is catering for everyone with two 14-inch models, a 15-inch version, and even a new 11-inch Yoga.

The 14-inch Yoga 510 (Flex 4 in the US) promises 50 percent more battery over the previous model, thanks in part to Intel’s latest Skylake processor. That’s up to 8.5 hours in total, according to Lenovo. Just like all Yogas, you can flip it into laptop, stand, tent, and tablet modes, and there will be a variety of models to cater for up to 256GB SSD and up to 8GB of RAM. The 14-inch model (with FHD display) starts at $599, and there’s also a 15-inch version (with FHD display) starting at $699 — both will be available in April.

Source: www.theverge.com

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