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Not your average tablet

From this angle the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro looks like a normal tablet, but it's not.

It has a built-in pico projector, as well as other design-quirks that make it a great tablet for people who love watching video.

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Pro for projector, get it?

On the tablet's rounded spine you'll find a pico projector. It's built into the tablet's kickstand, which can rotate 180-degrees.

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Functional kickstand

The built-in kickstand can be used to prop up the tablet or the pico projector.

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Location, location, location

Setting up the projector takes some thought. It has to be positioned high enough for the image to reach your "projector screen" or wall.

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Push for projector

There's a button on the right edge of the tablet to specifically turn on the projector.

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Find the focus

Once you turn on the projector, a window with a dial appears. Turning it left or right adjusts the focus.

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Four speakers

The Lenovo packs four front-facing speakers. They're loud enough to complement the projector's theater-like set-up.

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Functional flexibility

You can lay the tablet flat to shine the projector on the ceiling.

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Wall-friendly

There's an oval button on the back that springs open the kickstand when pressed. The hole that makes space for the button can be used to hang the tablet on a wall.

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Don't forget about the screen

Don't be too distracted by the projector; the tablet's screen is also worth using. It's as sharp and bright as they come these days.

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Ergonomic edge

The chunky rounded spine is comfortable to grip in one hand. It can get a little heavy, however, at a little under 1.5 pounds.

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Leather-like back

The 8-inch model of the Yoga Tab 3 has an aluminum back, whereas the larger model dons a luxe leather-like finish.

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Slim and heavy

It has a very thin profile up until its round spine. Inside the spine is a long-lasting battery.

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Useful and unique

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro is a unique tablet due to its clever design, sharp screen, booming speakers, and built-in pico projector. You'll be hard pressed to find a tablet with two of these qualities, let alone all of them. If you want a tablet for watching a lot of video, you can't go wrong with this Lenovo.

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