- Lanh Nguyen , Android Authority
Lenovo definitely gets a few things right here, and the kickstand, exceptional battery life and nice build material reflect that, but ultimately, it’s performance leaves a bit to be desired.
- Dragan Petric , TabletPCReview
The Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ offers one of the best price-to-product ratios of any Android tablet.
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A Lenovo tablet that can do a little bit of yoga
If you are looking for a 10-inch Android tablet, you can do worse than the Yoga 10 HD+, but if its key features are not important to you, devices like the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 come in at a similar price.
As a combined Android tablet for media consumption and a bit of work, the Yoga is appealing with its front facing stereo speakers enhancing media consumption and the stand working well with a Bluetooth keyboard connected.
If you will use it on the go, the LTE model is only £329 which changes the value proposition quite a bit. And at the end of the day, you... Full review
Not as good as it could be, but worth a look
A big enough improvement to warrant the purchase
I have always felt that a tablet is purchased for a specific purpose or need for the user’s life. The Yoga line isn’t out there to compete with the Note Pro or the iPads. It is out there to compete in the mid-range market for users who are more media centric and is geared more towards watching movies, TV shows, reading books and casual browsing. In my case, the tablet has been used on a number of road trips for the kids to watch movies and for playing some Battlefield 4 Commander late at night in my bed. The battery life shines and easily makes it a day or longer depending on yo... Full review
Has some nice upgrades from the previous model, but still falls short in some of the same place
Just didn't feel as smooth and snappy as most other tablets
For $150 less than premium Android tablets and the iPad Air, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ is a pretty strong value. The slate sports a handy kickstand, loud speakers, and enough battery life to make it through a full day of work and play. Unfortunately, the tablet's sluggish performance makes it a poor choice for demanding games, while users who are picky about color quality won't like the 1080p display.
For just $10 more, you can get the ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T, which is much more powerful and has a better screen. And, if you're willing to splurge, the $499 Galaxy Tab S 10.... Full review
Not your average Android tablet
For those who don’t like charging
The Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ is a mixed bag. If you’re looking for ergonomic hardware and great battery life, then you won’t find much better. But if performance and software are your main interests, go with something else. It was a bit unfortunate to see a design with so much potential get marred by some poor spec and software choices. The Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ can’t do it all, but we do wish that it would have done some things a bit better.
Perhaps next time around, Lenovo should focus on making its tablet high-end rather than creating a mid-range tablet that simply is... Full review
Practical design with good display
An extraordinary and reliable companion in many situations
Everybody wants to have a piece of the tablet market, and the piece could become pretty big for Lenovo with devices like the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+: Excellent battery runtimes in combination with a decent performance, which is sufficient for most scenarios. You finally get a reliable WLAN module and GPS besides the extraordinary design and a clever kickstand. You can get a decent laptop replacement for less than 500 Euros (~$682) with the optional keyboard cover.
The Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ does occupy more space in your bag than the rivals because of the handle bar and the features are n... Full review
Fluid performance with modern, practical, and recognizable design
Swiftly responding to user comments, Lenovo improved the biggest flaws of its first 10-inch Yoga Tablet -- display resolution and insufficiently powerful chipset -- and has replaced a barely average model with one of the best mid-range devices available on the market. Thanks to a better screen, noticeably greater performance and a comfortable, modern, and recognizable body, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ holds up against more expensive, premium devices.
But there is still room for improvement. There is too much bloatware, and the camera is still mediocre despite the spec boost.
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