The number one PC maker has incorporated masses of user feedback to make its Yoga products noticeably better, especially for entertainment
The 8in Yoga Tablet 2 in 'hang' mode.
The Yoga 3 Pro sitting comfortably as a laptop.
A close-up of the watchband hinge.
The hinge is strong enough to keep the tablet flat, even in mid-air. And, as you can see, even at 13.3 inches, the Yoga 3 Pro is light enough to hold like this with one hand (while using the other hand to hold a compact camera steady enough to get a shot off).
We can't get enough of this hinge.
Flipping the Yoga 3 Pro the other way.
The 13.3in Yoga Tablet 2 Pro's built-in projector can do a 50in screen from 2m.
The Intel bar looked after us.
The keyboard attached to the tablet via a magnetic hinge.
The 10in Yoga Tablet 2 running Windows and an Atom CPU. The keyboard accessory is a must for serious typing, and feels very comfortable to hit.
We were tethered to a table and couldn't get it to 2m away, so this is the best we could get. The quality looks to be quite impressive.
Ashton looking through the live feed at the projections from the Tablet 2 Pro.
A live demo of a line of users projecting from their Yoga Tablet 2 Pro.
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