Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 is a basic Android tablet with a beefed up design
Lenovo Yoga Tab3 is an affordable Android tablet with a few impressively practical features and I really like it.
My favorite thing about it is this right here.
The chunky rounded spine makes it comfortable for one handed use and it houses a useful built in kick stand in the back.
That's not even the coolest part.
There is also a rotating camera.
It rotates 180 degrees, so it doubles as a rear and front facing camera.
And it actually takes pretty good pictures.
Additionally, there's also a great set of speakers on the front that sound crisp and clear when watching movies.
The These might seem like boring features, but they're rare finds on a tablet.
For only 170 dollars the tablet's also one of your best options if you're not trying to spend too much on something for casual use like watching video, checking e-mail, or surfing the web.
For more details check out the full review.
For CNet I'm Xiomara Blanco, and this has been a first look at the Lenovo Yoga tab three.
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