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Lenovo launches its first multi-mode Yoga Tablet in the Philippines, price starts at Php14,999!

Lenovo Yoga Tablet
Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet redefines design, revolutionizes digital content management

Lenovo recently launched its first multi-mode Yoga Tablet, creating a new product category and strengthening its foothold in the Philippine PC Plus market. Known for pioneering innovative multimode devices like the Yoga convertible laptop, Lenovo now brings people a new way to get the most out of their tablet experience.

The game-changing Yoga Tablet features three unique modes, giving consumers a better way to use a tablet. With hold, tilt and stand modes, the tablet adapts to the way people use it instead of forcing people to adapt to the technology. Additionally, the Yoga Tablet has an impressive of up to 18 hours of battery life to truly fit users’ ultra mobile lifestyles.

“Lenovo is once more swimming against the current to deliver a new way for consumers to enjoy their digital content. In a market defined by similar designs, Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet stands out by standing up and tilting to fit into users’ preferences - whether for reading documents, browsing emails, or watching movies,” said Michael Ngan, Country General Manahger, Lenovo Philippines.

Yoga Tablet: Three Modes and Longer Battery Life Give Tablets a Better Way
One size certainly does not fit all, especially when it comes to tablets. Lenovo designers and engineers identified three challenges tablet users face: fatigue when holding and using the tablet; no self-supporting mechanism when laid on a flat surface; and an inadequate viewing angle when set on a table. These scenarios inspired Lenovo to break the mold on the “sea of sameness” design and to create Yoga Tablet’s unique modes.

With its exclusive cylindrical handle, hold mode is designed to fit an individual’s hand, so the Yoga Tablet is easier to hold and offers more control over the device whereas other tablets require two hands. Hold mode makes reading, checking social media and browsing the web easy and parallels how people hold magazines when reading.

To convert the Yoga Tablet into stand mode, simply rotate the side cylinder 90° so that the tablet stand deploys, allowing the tablet to stand by itself on a desk or table. Users can change the viewing angle to fit what’s comfortable for them from 110° to 135°. Stand mode makes it easy for users to comfortably watch movies, place video calls and interact with the ten-finger touchscreen without having to rely on add-on accessories.

Users can lay the Yoga Tablet down in tilt mode to type directly on the tablet, play games and just surf the Internet with a better viewing angle. To further enhance the rich content and multimode tablet experience, users can enable the tablet’s auto-detection software that automatically brings up frequently used apps in hold and stand modes.

Lenovo Yoga Tablet

The Yoga Tablet’s multimode design not only provides a better usability experience, it offers dramatically longer battery life of up to 18 hours, which is significantly more than the amount of typical tablets. Its cylindrical handle packs in powerful, dual batteries and unlike most tablets, it uses batteries typically found in laptops. The Yoga Tablet can even charge other devices such as smartphones via its USB on-the-go. The 10-inch and 8-inch models run on MT8389 Quad Core processors and feature Android 4.2. Also equipped with Dolby audio, Yoga Tablet’s front-facing speakers create a powerful surround sound experience through the device speakers and with headphones.

Extremely mobile, both models are featherweights weighing in at 1.35 lbs for the 10-inch model and 0.88 lbs for the 8-inch model. They feature high definition 1280 x 800 displays, a 5MP auto focus rear camera plus an additional 1.6MP front camera, 16GB EMMC, and Bluetooth 4.0. The 8-inch model has WCDMA with phone features, and allows users to make calls and send SMS/MMS messages. The 10-inch Yoga Tablet features WCDMA without phone capabilities.

Lenovo offers an optional Bluetooth keyboard for the 10-inch model that functions as a cover and even wakes up the tablet when it’s removed and puts the tablet to sleep when it’s attached.

The 8-inch Yoga Tablet will be available in both black and silver colors, while the 10-inch Yoga Tablet will be available in silver.

Pricing and Availability
SRP is Php14,999 and Php16,999, for the 8-inch and 10-inch, respectively. Starting December 2013, both models will be available at select Lenovo Exclusive Stores (LES) and Lenovo Mobile Exclusive Store in Gaisano Mall, Davao City.

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