If you passed by the Sarit Centre in Westlands or the HUB in Karen the past week you might have come across a team from Lenovo showcasing the new Lenovo Yoga Tab 3. The tablet is the latest device from the company and offers you what no other tablet will; a projector and Lenovo was doing these activations to demonstrate the tablet’s projection capabilities.
According to the company , during the activations they created THE WORLD”S SMALLEST CINEMA where patrons were able to watch movies through projections done by the Yoga Tab 3.
The revolutionary integrated projector turns any room into your very own theater, giving you the ability to experience a new way to enjoy videos and movies. As I mentioned, no tablet out there offers this feature and this makes the YOGA Tab 3 Pro really stand out. The rotatable hinge and super bright 50-lumen output on the Yoga Tab 3 can project an image of up to 70” (178cm) on any wall or ceiling, incredible right?
So what exactly should we expect from the 10.1-inch Yoga Tab 3 Pro ? Well, I must first agree that it is one of the unique tablets you can buy once it hits the Kenyan market. Apart from the projector, it also has one of the rarest features you can find on a tablet: a camera that can rotate 180 degrees and some powerful speakers. It’s Pro’s QHD display is perfect for immersive gaming and rich, detailed video and delivers crisp, bright visuals for a great viewing experience under all angles and ambient lights.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro is powered by 2.24GHz quad-core Intel Atom X5 processor and it comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage expandable to 128GB via a microSD card. It runs on Android 5.1 and is powered by a 10200mAh non-removable battery.
As I mentioned earlier, The YOGA Tab 3 Pro is not yet officially in the Kenyan market but it is expected Lenovo will launch it in the next month and will retail for USD. 650. We will be sharing more details as we get them here and I hope we will also get one for review to give you more insight.