Lenovo's new Yoga Tablet 2 line covers Windows, Android in two sizes
I'm Dan Ackerman.
We're taking a look at Lenovo's Yoga tablet 2 lineup.
Lot of choices here.
We've got eight and ten inch systems in both Android and Windows.
The Android ones come with 16 gigs of storage.
The Windows ones upgrade you to 32.
The android ones, $249, $299, depending on the screen size.
For Windows a little bit more expensive.
Expensive 299 and 399 but with the larger 10" version you get this pretty cool clip-on Bluetooth keyboard that doubles as a cover and it's got a little magnetic hinge right here.
and, and you get that and you can put the whole thing together and fold the hinge down and then you have something that's a little more portable.
Of course like the original Yoga tablets they've got this unusual sort of rounded hinge here with a kick stand.
So you could set them up like this or you could take the new hole in the bottom of the kickstand and, and hang it on a hook on your wall if you're the kind of person who wants to put hooks around your house or office and hang your, your tablets up.
The interesting thing about all these guys is they run on essentially the same platform.
They all use an Intel atom processor whether you're getting the Android version or the Windows version.
So all these guys, including the cool 10 inch with the add on keyboard are going to be available for holiday 2014.
I'm Ben Ackman and that is the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 lineup.
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