Lenovo Yoga: New Windows 10 Tablets Launched At Mobile World Congress

Lenovo Yoga: New Windows 10 Tablets Launched At Mobile World Congress
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Many brands are using the platform of Mobile World Congress 2016 to launch new products. Unveiling of products at MWC  is giving these brands enough limelight to keep the products at the top of customer’s mind. HP Elite X3, Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G5, Huawei MateBook, Sony Xperia X series and what not? You name it, MWC has it. The latest addition to the list is the Lenovo Yoga.


At the Mobile World Congress, Huawei also launched a Windows 10 tablet, MateBook which is rumored to be a budget Surface Pro 4. After the success of Windows 10 convertible, Surface Pro 4, every other brand is trying to duplicate it. But not every 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet can be a Surface Pro. But! If you are only looking for a tablet, or a budget tablet then here comes another one: Lenovo Yoga.

Just like almost every other smartphone launching this year will run on Android Marshmallow, there will be hardly any laptop, notebook or tablet that runs on Microsoft’s old OS, Windows 7 or Windows 8. So, don’t let Windows 10 surprise you. Writing about the Windows 10 devices launched at the event, Windows Blog about Lenovo’s budget tablets wrote, “The compact Lenovo YOGA 510 and 710 convertible Windows 10 laptops are powerful and portable, designed for work or play. With high performance and extended battery life, these devices are perfect for mobile professionals.”
Lenovoa Yoga 510 and Yoga 710 Specs
Lenovo Yoga 510 is a 14-inch notebook powered by the latest Intel Skylake processor. The tablet also has a 15-inch model, the price of which will start at $699. On the other hand, Lenovo Yoga 510 will sttart at $599. Similarly, Yoga 710 also has two models: 11-inch and 14-inch versions. Where the 11-inch Lenovo Yoga 710 uses Intel M5, the 14-inch model uses Core i7. One noticeable change that The Verge has observed is “Lenovo has made one minor, but important, change to the 14-inch Yoga 710 by moving its Wi-Fi antenna hinge. That makes the hinge slightly larger (not noticeably), but it’s designed to improve Wi-Fi signal when you’re using it as a tablet or in the various modes available so your hands don’t block the signal.”

More updates on notebooks, tablets and smartphones unveiled at MWC 2016 are coming up. Keep watching this space for the same.

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