We’ve all at some point used books, magazines, pillows or our growing lockdown belly to prop a tablet to watch a web series or read a book. Such jugaads aren’t always easy to find, and they are all just temporary solutions. Lenovo however has come up with a rather simple answer, and that is the highlight of the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 Review
Stand to win
Design: Just for kicks
Another interesting design choice is the half-fabric-half-plastic back panel. The top part, housing the camera and the ‘Yoga’ logo, is covered in a fabric. While the bottom half is plastic with that stand in the middle.
Display: Binge-worthy screen
Aiding the viewing experience is the four JBL speaker setup on the tab. These are loud enough for a decent-sized room, and sound good whether you’re watching an action-packed web series or listening to some relaxing jazz music. Unless you don’t want your wife to know what you’re watching, you won’t be needing headphones. Which is good, since the tab doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio jack.
Performance: Long and strong
Battery life is quite good, and you can easily go 3-4 days before hunting for the charger again. There’s not a lot of idle power drain either, and the battery levels are more or less intact, even if the tab is not used for a couple of days. Lenovo has bundled a 20W charger, which can fully juice up the tab in a little over two hours.
Verdict: Should you buy?
Versatile performer that’s way more fun-to-use than entry-level laptops.
|Display:||11in 2K LCD IPS|
|Processor:||MediaTek Helio G90T octa-core|
|Cameras:||8MP (rear) / 8MP (front)|
|Audio:||4x JBL speakers|