Lenovo has taken the cover off an update to its folding Yoga tablet. The Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, as it's known, adds a Full HD display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor. It's due to go on sale later in the year for $349. Wider availability and prices are not yet known.
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The Snapdragon 400 processor is a quad-core 1.6GHz affair.
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Like its predecessor, the Yoga tablet has a kickstand, allowing it to be propped up.
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It makes it very easy to watch movies when it's stood up.
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You can also use the stand to prop it up to make typing on the screen more comfortable.
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The kickstand can be completely folded away.
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When it's folded up, the bump on the back acts as a hand grip.
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It's a slim beast.
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On the edge, you'll see the chunky power button.
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The opposite side is where you'll find the headphone jack.
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An 8-megapixel camera sits on the back.
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The stand seems sturdy -- you can still poke and swipe at the screen without knocking it over.
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There are front-facing speakers on the front of the slate.
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The volume and power buttons are around the edge.
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It's available in rose gold or silver.
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An optional bluetooth keyboard is available for $59.
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They keys seemed large and will no doubt be more comfortable to type long emails on than using the touchscreen alone.
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There's a trackpad too.
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The keyboard charges over micro USB.
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And you can use it as a protective case.
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The Yoga tablet runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
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The interface is much the same as other version of Android, except that there's no dedicated app menu. Instead, all your icons are scattered over the various homescreens.
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