Lenovo has launched its ultra-thin lightweight Yoga 900 notebook along with the Yoga Tab 3 Pro tablet. The Yoga Tab 3 Pro is mainly aimed at audio/video centric users. Its most notable feature is the inbuilt LED projector.
The Yoga Tab 3 Pro like many of its cousins comes in a sold build. Its metal finish and design can resist some amount of rough usage. Lenovo claims that the tablet is the world’s smallest home theatre and there is some substance to this claim. The tab comes with an inbuilt 50 lumen LED DLP projector that allows you to project the tablet’s screen on to walls or other surfaces.
The tablet can cast a 70-inch screen. One cannot expect the clarity to rival a regular 70-inch television in terms of colour and contrast but the images it projects are very sharp and bright. A dark room provides best results. This makes the tablet very ideal for sharing PowerPoint presentations or videos. The base of the unit is rotatable which means the image can be projected in any direction.
Both the projector and Dolby Audio subsystem can be accessed via the Android notification pull down menu. The tablet features a quad-speaker system located below the screen. The speakers are small but combined with Dolby Atmos, they provide very good clarity.
The high quality of construction is evident even on the back of the tablet. The tablet is covered in PU leather which feels very classy and premium.
Specifications of the tablet include a 10.1-inch QHD display with a 2560×1600 resolution (approx. 299 ppi pixel density) with Gorilla Glass, 2GB of RAM, an Atom x5-Z8500 processor, a micro SIM slot for 4G data (no voice,) a 13MP rear camera with autofocus, 5MP front camera and a high-capacity 10,200mAH battery with a rated 18 hours of use time.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro will be available for sale by end-February exclusively on Flipkart for Rs 39,990.