Yonna, 19 Sep 2016But how long does the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus last on that 9300mAh?Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus is not on the market yet... so at this moment, no one knows how's the battery life...
But I'm using Lenovo Yoga Tab 2 8 inch for the past 2 years (almost), with Intel Atom processor & 6,400mah (even bigger than this Zenpad), i can play online game (DomiNations, my favourite) for around 4 hours screen on time... which is quite good...
It's in curry's uk now go online £300.
Can't find anything else as good of this in terms of price spec etc, the yoga tab 3 pro is good in terms of battery and size but with less ram and not for games, more of a movie porewhouse. With this Asus it's good for all round the dimensions not the best for movies but it does not really matter as I prefer to use the TV
Also if come from the galaxy tab s 8.4 which I loved but I seen the difference with the asus and it's big, yes there will be better out there soon but for 300 with all the qualities it's amazing
9.7 inch 2k display with 5900mah battery???
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus is giving 9300mah battery!!! Plus Snapdragon 652 SOC, 4 stereo speakers & built-in kickstand!!!
My dearest readers.My favorite tablet!I wish it had USB type 3.1+OTG too.I just wanted to know if there is a place to exchange my Asus fonepad with this much more advanced up to date beautiful tablet!!!?I have to mention that my fonepad has some unique qualities that even nowadays most smartdevices lack then!!!But,I have always being defeated by spammers and malware spreaders!!!Thanks to be notified+gsmArena...!!!?Justice Rights.Omid12omidvar....Hope of my view,s publishing.Thanks all.
I contacted Asus and it's going to be a curry's exclusive which is in the u.k and will cost £300 and is going to be released very very soon.
For the price this is a very good tablet, since it's only a 6core processor, it's very powerful with the 4gb ram and graphics card it's a bargain
Why should we buy a watered down Galaxy tab s that costs only 100 euros less? And with no samsung logo on the front?
NaaT NaaT, 16 Aug 2016WHEN will THIS be released in Bangkok, Thailand ???!!!WTF is going on with that
Dearest readers.Why should not be fair!!!?This is a high quality tablet,like a laptop,that doesn't work with world GSM networks!!!But with almost complete WiFi,Bluetooth and other superior specifications and of course with affordable price even with using Mediatek can be a useful smartdevice specifically for students!!Unfortunately,if I am right,a mistake has been happened!!?The battery must be 9500 for this 10 inches tablet that is written 5900 by mistake!!!Hopefully,Asus the independent itself,make correction !!I have to add that nowadays Asus is a great third entity in the world and doesn't need to imitate even from the great Samsung!!For our void claims,we must also bring the legal logical evidences but not void rumors!!!?Just facts and factwriting!Thanks all mentioned and unmentioned unknown dearest...Justice Rights.Omid12omidvar.
NO! It's Samsung look-a-like product! Can Asus make something with your own character?
I was really hoping for Asus to continue with out the need for a static home key. I like to hold my tablet in any orientation and have the home and navigation buttons to be in the same place and never have to worry about hitting the home button. Asus who invented the concept of a convertible tablet and laptop has opted to not have a keyboard their newest flagship tablet, but continues its offering of the accessory for its much less desirable 10 inch models. I am an enormous fan of Asus but was disappointed in this "flagship". I am willing to pay ASUS more money to have it done right with no compromises. Asus use to be the most innovative when it came to pushing the form and function of its devises. This looks like a Samsung, i-Pad mashup. I did not want to go with the Android Pixel C and was hoping for a device following in the heritage of the at the time ground breaking transformer prime series. Devises that were sexy, sleek with top bench marking hardware and offered keyboards that extended battery life, contestability in a Ultrabook transformed tablet. This was being touted as a come back tablet for both ASUS and Android for but coming in thicker then the pixel C with weaker software, less pixels and no keyboard a year after Apple, Sony and Google released their flagship devises is disappointing. I donÂ’t think of ASUS when in the market for mid to low end devises. HP, Dell and Acer usual fill those ranks. I am afraid this will be another flop for ASUS. On the brighter side the Asus S8 Tablet is still in my opinion a true flagship out performing other tablets almost 2 years since its launch, with style, great benchmarks, a killer screen forward facing speakers in a super slim metal and leather finish. There is some great value with this device. Still cranking out high performance unique tablets are SonyÂ’s x4 (full waterproof 10Â”) with keybard at 1000.00 CAD, the Pixel C with keyboard at 950.00 CAD and Asus S8 650.00 CAD with active Zen stylus. I will remain a strong supporter of ASUS but will not be writing any reviews for this device on this device.