Lenovo Yoga Tab Tablet Review: Pros & Cons
+ Good battery life (up to 5 days)
+ Very good screen quality; sharp and colorful, with high contrast ratio. It’s not the best display out there but it’s still very good. You won’t get any black or dark spots on screen even under direct sunlight. (The brightness level can be adjusted via software).
+ Great keyboard. Keyboard is backlit and has a nice feel to it. You don’t have to worry about accidentally hitting keys when typing on it.
+ Excellent speakers; they produce loud sound which is perfect for watching movies or listening to music. They’re not the best speakers out there but they’ll do for most of your needs.
– No microSD card slot; you need external storage device if you want expandable memory capacity.
– Pricey at $499.99
Lenovo Yoga Tab M10 Plus Tablet Review: Pros & Cons
+ Strong processor; it performs well even under heavy load. It doesn’t slow down during multitasking tasks like some other tablets out there. It runs smoothly and efficiently without any hiccups. It will run all kinds of games and applications without lagging or stuttering whatsoever.
It can run resource-intensive games like PUBG Mobile without any issues.
+ Beautiful and crisp display; images are very colorful and the screen really pops. It’s a pleasure to look at pictures, videos, web pages, documents, etc. even for extended periods of time. The display is also very readable even in direct sunlight.
– You can’t remove the battery for emergency situations.
Lenovo Yoga Tablet M1 8 Tablet Review:
+ The battery life is really, really long. You can use it for about 2 days before you need to recharge it again. This is certainly an advantage over most tablets and phones nowadays.
+ The speaker quality is excellent. You can play music or watch movies without the need for headphones or external speakers.
+ It’s super light and thin. You can hold it in your hands for extended periods of time without getting tired.
– The display could be brighter. Sunlight legibility is just OK.
Lenovo Yoga Tablet M3 8 Tablet Review:
+ This tablet has really amazing sound quality. You can blast music as loud as you want with no distortion whatsoever. Listening to music with these speakers is a really awesome experience.
+ This tablet is very fast. It can run all kinds of apps and games without any issues. The multi-tasking is also very smooth and it doesn’t lag at all.
+ The battery life is really long; you can use this for about 4 to 5 hours of continuous video playback before you need to recharge again.
– The screen is a bit dim. You can’t use it comfortably in direct sunlight.
Which Lenovo Tablet is the Best?
This is a tricky question to answer mainly because all 3 of these tablets have their own pros and cons. However, if you were to compare the 3 of them, the Yoga TAB 3 8 Tablet is the most affordable one out of the 3. The build quality and material design are still solid but not as premium as the Yoga M1 or M3. It’s still a good tablet despite certain flaws.
The Lenovo Yoga M1 Tablet is the best all-around and well-rounded option. It has a good balance of price and quality. You also get a stylus with it which is great for taking notes or drawing on the display. The battery life is also very long.
Last but not least, we have the Yoga M3 Tablet. This falls in the same price range as the M1 but is better in almost every way imaginable. The design is much better since it’s thinner and lighter than the M1. It’s faster, too, thanks to that powerful processor.
The battery life isn’t as long but should still satisfy most people. If you want the best, go with the Yoga M3.
All 3 of these tablets are worth checking out. You can’t really go wrong with any of them. Just be sure to take a good look at their pros and cons so you can make an informed decision. If you don’t need a tablet right away, I’d wait until Black Friday to buy one since all 3 of these tablets are likely to be on sale then.
If you need a tablet as soon as possible, go with the Yoga TAB 3 8 Tablet since it’s the most affordable and has some pretty neat qualities. Hope you have an amazing time with your new Lenovo tablet!
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