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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 officially lands




Yesterday marks official launch of the Lenovo Yoga 2 Tablet in the country – one of the company’s latest Android-powered slates that inherit most of the things that made its predecessor a hit for tablet users.

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Philippines

First unveiled last month, the Yoga Tablet 2 comes in two sizes; 8 and 10.1 inches. Although it is available in both Windows and Android OSes in some parts of the globe, only the latter variant will be offered locally.


Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 specs:
10.1-inch Full HD IPS display, 218ppi
8-inch Full HD IPS display, 275ppi
Intel Atom Processor Z3745 (2M cache, 4 cores, up to 1.86GHz)
2GB LP-DDR3 RAM
16GB internal storage (Android)
up to 64GB via microSD
8 megapixel f2.2 AF rear camera
1.6 megapixel front camera
optional 4G LTE (in select countries)
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n dual-band
Bluetooth 4.0
microUSB OTG
2x front speakers
Dolby Audio
Wolfson Master Hi-Fi
18 hours battery life
Android 4.4 KitKat

The 8-inch version of the Yoga Tablet 2 can be had for Php13,999 and will come with a free Intel Starter pack. It’s bigger and LTE-enabled sibling, on the other hand, will set you back Php19,999. These two slates will be available in all Lenovo Exclusive Stores and Lenovo Mobile Exclusive Stores, as well as partner retailers, nationwide starting next month.

In line with the launch of these two new tablets and the upcoming holiday season, Lenovo is giving away Php1,800 discount for the first 18 consumers who will buy any of the tablets from Lenovo Exclusive Stores and Lenovo Mobile Exclusive stores.

Consumers will also receive a free copy of “Four”, One Direction’s latest album and one (1) raffle entry for a chance to win free ticket to the boyband’s concert here in Manila.



This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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13 Responses

  1. WarrenC. says:

    ok na sana yung offer, nasira lang doon sa One Direction–ugh! ah well, pwede namang huwag kunin yung album…or itapon na lang sa basura.

  2. ewanlangha says:

    at the given price point, I’d rather have a windows tablet.
    I still find android very limiting compared to windows when it comes to full productivity works.
    The only advantage i see here is the built-in mobile connection.

    I still have my TF-101 but ever since i can’t remember doing any serious productivity work on it.
    Its now gathering dust in the cabinet.

    does this thing have GPS?

  3. Ches says:

    wala talaga silang balak ibenta yung windows dito?
    The bundled wireless keyboard of the windows version would have been a more enticing offer than a free One Direction album.

  4. gem says:

    I was looking forward to the windows version :( too bad they wont be selling it here.. Sana mag-labas mga resellers..

  5. Syntax says:

    No Windows version? I want it for productivity as I’m a student. The windows version has a bundled keyboard. That’s a steal.

  6. Milhouse says:

    14k pesos for the 8-inch? That only sells for $250 (less than 11K pesos) in the US!

    Talk about extortion.

  7. benchmark says:

    Just being lazy lang to search the net….does anyone know if yhe bigger yoga lang ang may pico projector…or pati itong maliit na 8 incher meron din?

  8. Von says:

    No MHL, No Chromecast or Miracast??
    It’s Nowadays Standard Specs features!
    Take a look d specs of some model of Xperia Z2 or Z3.Or d affordable Starmobile Up Mini (4.4.2 Kitkat) which has own Miracast capable to screen mirroring your 1080p HD Movies to your Big LCD TV.

  9. John Love says:

    Can we make GSM voice call & text?

  10. DAryll says:

    Windows version of this tablet?

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