There are a few 8-inch Windows tablets that feature stylus capabilities, but none can do what the Lenovo Yoga Tab 2 does.
Take a closer look at the innovative slate by clicking through the slideshow, and for more details, check out the full review.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 2 features AnyPen technology, which allows you to use any metal object as a stylus. Yes, that's me using a dart to write down my grocery shopping list.
Now your favorite pen can also be your favorite stylus. Just keep in mind, you might get some small ink spots scattered around the screen.
Though the pencil is more wood than metal, the lead point works great as a stylus.
Take a load off and use the built-in kickstand on the rear to stand the tablet up instead of holding it.
Propping up the tablet at an angle makes writing and typing easier.
If it weren't for its big bottom edge, the Yoga Tab 2 would be one of the slimmest tablets around.
The chunky rounded spine makes holding the tablet in one hand easy and ergonomic.
The 8-megapixel rear camera is located on the left edge of the thick spine. It's a bit awkward to use, since it's located where you might normally grab the tablet.
An 8-inch tablet is on the small side for a Windows device. The screen can feel a bit cramped at times, but when it comes to watching video and gaming, it's not as big (or small?) of a deal.
Whereas the Android models of the Yoga Tab 2 are silver, the Windows version is black. The texture on the back is slightly bumpy, for a bit of grip, and the built-in kickstand keeps it all upright.
Lenovo offers a bevy of tablets, but the 8-inch Yoga Tab 2 with Windows is the only one that rocks the AnyPen technology. This, paired with the useful design, makes the Lenovo tablet stand out among the crowd. Literally and figuratively.