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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
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  • Steven Y.
  • 12/28/2014 4:56:08 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
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5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: 1920x1200 display, up to 64gb micro sd card, more sound volume than other tablets, 9000mAh battery.

Cons: Might break a nail opening up the back panel. Hard to take out the micro card.

Other Thoughts: Not all 64 gb micro card are created equal. Scandisk Altras so far work the best. I found for the price the yoga 10hd+ was one of the cheapest with the specs I wanted.

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  • Petar L.
  • 9/15/2014 6:05:07 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
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4 out of 5 eggsLenovo Yoga HD+

Pros: - With the price at under $300, it's a great buy
- Pretty good screen
- Front-facing speakers - and they sound nice to boot!
- Hands down the most comfortable reading experience I've ever had with a tablet. The hinge system coupled with the battery lump have made reading on a tablet, even while traveling, a pleasant experience
- The Snapdragon 400 (4x A7s) is quite snappy provided you're not expecting a gaming tablet
- It idles unbelievably efficiently. Lose less than 1% battery life over night
- Battery life is truly absurd. If reading PDFs or browsing the web, you'll be looking at well over 10 hours of life in power saving mode
- Display is very bright. Viewing angles are great
- Optional bluetooth keyboard is available. The KB has magnets to wake when you pull the tablet or sleep when you place it back
- Lenovo's Android skin is very light and performs relatively smoothly. Despite some quirks, it's also straightforward. In a word, it's no TouchWiz. And that's a good thing
- The provided software stays out of the way and doesn't pester you. There's also not much of it either
- Having 2GB of RAM is awesome, especially for us multitaskers who treat our tablets like we do our desktops/laptops
- The hinge system is solid aluminum. While the rest of the tablet is plastic, it still feels and looks great
- microSD card slot is hidden under the hinge/flap thingie if you find yourself needing more storage.
- Offered the update to 4.4 as soon as I turned it on
- The power button is placed in a good location
- Due to the bulbous battery, it tapers sharply and appears very thin
- Hinge system offers good flexibility

Cons: - The display, while bright and decent looking, suffers from very obvious oversaturation. It 'pops' far too much. Tablet/phone makers need to come to terms with the fact that the only good display is an accurate display
- Could use a bit more GPU grunt. Clicking the home screen while having an app loaded will result in a not-so-buttery-smooth animation. I haven't gamed on it, but it's likely a poor experience
- The Lenovo skin throws all of the apps/icons onto the desktop. There is no 'apps' folder/sub-option. Personally, I don't mind it. Some of you might find this annoying
- Not enough customization options out of the box. You're given two themes and a handful of wallpapers and that's it. I don't want them preloaded, but Lenovo should offer some others given they've opted to run a custom Android skin
- The Dolby software settings sound like absolute trash when you're wearing a headset. It's a mess of the stereotypical Beats generation overdone bass with very little treble and mids. Once in a while -- if you're really lucky -- you might actually hear something that sounds like a high-pitched note. Dear Lenovo, just as displays are best when left accurate, so is sound
- Though 4.4 was provided, rummaging through the forums it appears that Lenovo's software support for last-gen products is pretty sketchy. Hopefully the Lenovo Yoga 10 was an odd ball due to the MediaTek SoC. If need be, I'll root it. I just wish all OEMs were like Motorola in that sense
- Although the 16:9 form factor is very good, I think that 4:3 might have been better as this tablet seems more targeted towards productivity, students, and general purpose use. Reading, in particular, I find more pleasant at 4:3
- In the upright position, the hinge offers too small of an angle for adjustment. If you're standing close to the tablet on a table, you won't be able to position it optimally
- While good enough performance for my needs, at ~$300 it's definitely suffering from a bad case of the last gens. A few more bucks to upgrade to the Snapdragon 600-class SoC would have been the smarter bet. An SoC with dual A15s would've been nice too

Other Thoughts: - The bluetooth keyboard needs a serious revision. I feel like I'm a guinea pig after buying that thing. The way it slots in isn't natural and sometimes puts pressure on the display. The power connector is a proprietary one made by Lenovo. The floppy piece of plastic to get to the female end of that connector was impossible to pull off without damaging it. I also feel the tablet and keyboard should come together in some form or fashion. As it stands, there's no way to place one into the other when they're both in use. The bluetooth also seems to wake up too slowly; ~2-3 second delay from what I've gathered
- Performance wise, it likely won't age well. This just isn't a gaming tablet in any way, shape, or form. Again, if you read books, magazines, PDFs, and can take advantage of the keyboard then you'll really like this tablet.
- Lenovo needs to mature a little bit. The tablet gets almost everything right, but I can't shake the feeling that somebody along the chain of command decided to 'spruce it up a little' and messed up some aspects in the process. It's 2014 and I expect an accurate display and sound.

I might seem harsh, but I have high standards. I like this thing. I really do. Despite me railing on the tablet, Lenovo got the build quality right, the specs are okay, and it's an absolute pleasure to use for reading and awesome while traveling. The battery life is by far the best I've ever seen on a tablet. If you're comfortable with the Android ecosystem and don't mind a slightly wonky BT keyboard, this tablet can make a very good laptop replacement. The quad A7s also perform very admirably and I haven't yet felt like I needed more CPU power -- the graphics and eMMC could use a little work, though. If Lenovo rolls out the next version of Android in short order, I'll go from' happy with it' to 'It's (almost) exactly what I wanted'

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