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Lenovo is one of the leading manufacturers of tablet computers for consumer and business usages. The consumer savvy product lines of the best Lenovo tablets have stylish body and rich set of features with distinct screen sizes. Most of the latest Lenovo tablets come with keyboard docks (either optional or integrated), extra battery and USB ports.

Lenovo manufactures tablets under two product lines: IdeaPad and ThinkPad.

ThinkPad tablets, targeted at business markets and designed for better performance, come with Windows 8/Windows 8 Pro operating system and Intel Atom processors. Having rugged body and reliability features, these tablets provide extended battery life.

The best Lenovo tablets from ThinkPad product line offer smart mobility along with productivity. Professionals can afford ThinkPad products who need their tablets to be converted to laptop PC's to maximise their productivity in offices. The ThinkPad models have 10.1 inch and 11.6 inch high definition multi touch displays.

Lenovo's IdeaPad line of tablets render Android and Windows based consumer usage: home use or entertainment. Features like 3G/4G connectivity, high definition displays, dual/quad speakers, front and rear camera and longer battery life yield the needed entertainment.

IdeaPad tablets have multitouch displays of sizes: 7 inch, 9 inch, 10.1 inch and 11.6 inch ideal for reading of e-books, emails, high definition video playback and gaming. Most of the IdeaPad models support HDMI, allowing you connect your tablets to bigger displays like TV's and monitors.

IdeaPad tablets implement Intel Atom processor, TI (Texas Instruments) processor, NVIDIA Tegra processor or Qualcomm dual-core processor to suit the versatile product features like buttery-smooth interface and high-definition video playback. The latest IdeaPad models run on the easier and intuitive Windows 8 and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating systems.

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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
Lenovo ThinkPad 10
Lenovo ThinkPad 8
Lenovo A10
Lenovo Miix 2 8
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
Lenovo ThinkPad 10
Lenovo ThinkPad 8
Lenovo A10 Tablet
Lenovo Miix 2 8
Release Date
Oct 2014
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May 2014
Jan 2014
Digital Camera
8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus
IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Display Size
2560 x 1440
Installed RAM
2048.0 MB
Operating System
Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Screen Size(Diagonal)
13.3 inch
2.08 lb.
Front Webcam Resolution
1.6 MP

  • The projector-packing Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro excels as a self-contained home theater, but questionable Android software tweaks and performance issues hamper the experience.

  • - Another thing we find problematic, is trying to properly position the tablet so that the projection is flat.
    - Battery life is average for something so large in capacity.
    - Details are okay when lighting is plentiful, but it becomes more soft and indistinct under low light.
    - Photos come out decent looking with the camera, but you can forget about shooting video with it.
    - The camera app is rich with several shooting modes and manual controls.

  • The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro's design is great for at-home use and the built-in projector is handy for watching video or making presentations, but the UI is too stripped down.

  • The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 Tablet is an incredibly light business tablet that can last all day, and then some, yet weighs less than 1.5 pounds. It will also work well as a part-time laptop, but only if you invest in the optional keyboard dock.

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 2Dell Venue 11 Pro. The Lenovo ThinkPad 10 has enough performance, battery life and functionality to be a strong companion to your business laptop. Though we wish Lenovo would include pen-friendly software, the ThinkPad 10's accurate stylus provides a particularly compelling productivity experience for users who need to work while walking around an office, hospital or factory floor. However, while we love the keyboard on the optional dock, the touchpad is too finicky (perhaps a firmware update would help).

  • Snappy performance and a host of accessories allow the ThinkPad 10 to go places most tablets can't.

  • The Lenovo ThinkPad 8 is an 8-inch Windows tablet that puts your work into a handheld PC you can slip into a coat pocket. It's not a replacement for your work system, but it's an excellent companion to it.

  • Call it a luxury, but the ThinkPad 8 is the first work-ready, 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet.

  • With a high price and worst-in-class battery life, the ThinkPad 8 should be the first 8-inch Windows tablet you cross off your shopping list. Though not terrible in its own right, other small-screened slates offer more value for less money. 

  • The Lenovo A10 Tablet is a budget-friendly choice for watching videos on a large-screen Android tablet.

  • If you’re looking for a low-priced 10-inch tablet and you’re fine with a low-resolution screen, Lenovo’s A10 is a decent choice with an IPS screen and good speakers (for a budget slate). But if you’re willing to drop down in screen sizes, there are better choices available at similar price points. Google’s Nexus 7 may be more than a year old now, but it still has a nicer, 1080p IPS screen than the A10, as well as a much better (stock) version of Android KitKat for the same $229. Likewise, the Kindle Fire HDX also starts at $229 (with lock screen ads) and has a better screen and a more premium feel than the A10. But of course, if you opt for Amazon, you lose access to the Google Play store.

  • The Lenovo A10's offerings are simple, but its smooth performance and solid speakers make it a compelling budget option.

  • The Lenovo Miix 2 8 is an affordable Windows 8 tablet with good battery life and features. Just make sure you always have access to the Internet, as local storage is a little light on this tablet.

  • The Miix 2 hasn't the best performance levels, but as long as you don't expect too much, it will serve most needs.

  • With its attractive, compact design and sub-£300 price tag the Miix 2 8 is one of the new Windows tablets that provides a more affordable alternative to the Microsoft Surface. It can't go head-to-head with the iPad and Android tablets in terms of apps, but the Miix 2 8 may well appeal to Windows users who want a pocket-size tablet that will also allow them to view their Office documents when they're out and about.