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Lenovo is doubling down on its Yoga brand, unveiling a bunch of new tablets and laptops sporting the name today. The highlights were the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, a 13.3-inch Android tablet with an integrated pico-projector, and the Yoga 3 Pro, a 13.3-inch Windows tablet with a 360 degree hinge that contains more than 800 parts.
Many of Lenovo's Yoga tablets have been a little unusual, as tablets go. Instead of simple cuboids, they've had a bulge along the bottom that's housed a hinged stand to prop the screen up. In the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, this bulge is used to house a tiny projector that can cast a respectable 50 inch picture onto a nearby wall, so if the 13.3 inch, 2560×1440 LCD isn't big enough to watch a movie on, the wall may do the job.
The Android 4.4 tablet unusually sports a 4 core Intel Atom processor running at up to 1.86GHz. It pairs this with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage (with a microSD slot for adding another 64GB). Connectivity comes from dual band 802.11/b/g/n, and in some countries, optional 3G/4G. It has dual cameras; an 8MP rear and 1.6MP front device. The whole package weighs just over 2lbs. The battery lasts up to 15 hours on a charge. It'll be available from the end of the month starting at $499.
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