The Lenovo Yoga convertible laptop is getting a new sibling, the new Yoga Tablet. Unlike the laptop that's equipped with Windows, the tablet comes with Android 4.2. Its flexible design allows for many different viewing angles, and it will be available in 8-inch and 10-inch versions. Last night Hardware.Info had the opportunity to go hands-on with the 10-inch model.
The Yoga Tablet was inspired by a magazine.
The design of the Lenovo Yoga tablet is a bit different, and reminds us of the first Sony tablet, the S1, with the cylinder at the bottom that houses the battery and kickstand. At the right end the power button is located and the left the audio port. The only other connector it has is a MicroSD port, which can also be used for charging other devices.