The Lenovo Miix 2 for the same price is a better deal IMO.
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posted: Mar. 11, 2014 @ 7:29a
Informant said: The Lenovo Miix 2 for the same price is a better deal IMO.
Much faster CPU, and while it's currently limited to Windows 8.1, that won't be a problem for much longer.
I would go with Miix 2 myself. Yoga 8's only claim to fame is its built-in kickstand. Other than that, there are much better tablets that will get better Android OS support for the same price. Lenovo's history with Android updates has been lackluster.
posted: Mar. 11, 2014 @ 7:59a
Even knowing the display isn't incredible and the power is underwhelming, I considered this for the longest time simply because that battery bay in the side of it that forms the stand is a great handle if you're primarily using it in portrait mode. In the end, I went with the new Samsung Tab Pro 8.4 and, while I like it, I can't stand what I paid for it and the handle would be so helpful for using it as an eReader.
One serious positive this has is battery life, thanks to that handhold -- supposedly 18 hours of use and found multiple reviews saying the thing only used like 2-3% per day if not in use.
posted: Mar. 11, 2014 @ 9:12a
Lenovo just announced a new lineup of tablets with higher resolutions and more powerful specs. I'm going to wait until April for the Yoga 10 HD+. 4xcore with opt keyboard and high res @$349 before discounts.
posted: Mar. 11, 2014 @ 9:20a
I would highly recommend the Dell Venue 7 (Android). It is pretty fast has a decent display and I get over 6 hours of play time. It retails for $150. I played with the Dell 8 win 8.1 at Staples and found the OS a little difficult on the small screen. I think you basically will need a stilus to use the thing. Has anyone with a Dell venue 8 win had any issues with the size of the icons being too small?
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