The Lenovo Yoga tablet 2 8 with AnyPen has a very exciting technology at hand, which makes each pen stylus for.
Lenovo has ascended a pretty big offensive at CES 2015 and the market operates at all levels, in principle, with new products. The Windows division is here too: So was the Lenovo Yoga tablet 2 8 with Windows 8.1 – a good name probably could in time no longer lay out – presented another tablet with the well-known yoga kickstand. While it visually quite strong 2 10 commemorates the Lenovo Yoga tablet with Windows 8.1, it has the AnyPen technology a really interesting innovation on board, which could represent a powerful argument for the purchase.
Tablets with Stylus are finally just in the middle price segment still in short supply, and the quality of integration varies from manufacturer to manufacturer fairly. When Lenovo Yoga tablet 2 there is a new technology called AnyPen, which allows use of any conductive pin as a stylus. Very accurate this is, of course, compared with an active digitizer not, but for writing short notes or hand-written recognition technology should be quite sufficient. The remaining specifications are quite impressive and include, among other things, an 8-inch full HD display, an Intel Atom Z3745 with a clock speed of 1.83 GHz and 2 GB of RAM.
In addition, there are 32 GB of expandable memory, Office 365 for a year, to 1.6 and 8 MP camera sharp, two front speakers with Dolby sound and a 6,400 mAh battery strong. Overall, a pretty interesting combination, and the keyboard is of course again one of the party, where you have to decide for yourself whether a size based on an 8-incher really sufficient, or if you do not would prefer to rely on a separate Bluetooth keyboard , The price should be around $ 299.via Mobile Geeks