The new generation Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 family also comes in 8" and 10" versions, besides the gadget-packed 13.3" Pro version. The smaller tablets come in Android and Windows versions.
They are all powered by a quad-core Atom processor and share the Yoga Tablet's trademark kickstand. The new gen introduces the Hang mode you basically hang the tablet like a picture. The three old modes Hold, Tilt and Stand are also possible. Inside the thicker bottom end of the tablet are stereo front-facing speakers by Dolby and Wolfson.
The IPS LCD screens of the 10" and 8" models both have 1,920 x 1,200 pixel resolution, lower than the QHD screen of the Pro model but still fairly sharp in tablet terms 226ppi and 283ppi respectively.
The two Android tablets share in other specs too like an 8MP f/2.2 auto-focus camera on the back and a 1.6MP selfie camera. They have 16GB of built-in storage and support microSD cards up to 64GB, plus you can attach USB On-the-go for more storage or accessories.
The connectivity includes dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. The 10" tablet has an LTE option available only in some countries (but not in the US).
The 10" Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 measures 255 x 183 x 3-7.2mm and weighs 619g. The 8" model is 210 x 149 x 2.7-7mm and weighs 419g.
The two tablets are available starting today at 230/$250 for the 8" model and 300/$300 for the 10" model.