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Not your average tablet

Pro for projector, get it?

Functional kickstand

Location, location, location

Push for projector

Find the focus

Four speakers

Functional flexibility

Wall-friendly

Don't forget about the screen

Ergonomic edge

Leather-like back

Slim and heavy

Useful and unique

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.

Click through the slideshow for more photos and read the review for details.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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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