Lenovo has been quite proactive in launching hybrids, pure tablets as well as smartphones into the market over the past few years and they have made a decent mark for themselves in all product lines. Their Yoga series of tablets has been doing fairly well in the country specially due to the innovations it brings to the shelves. As a matter of fact, they seem to be the only company that is driving sales out of innovation and not the other way around. Just a few months back, Lenovo launched Yoga tablet 2 with Windows 8 with Anypen technology which means you do not need custom made stylus to work on the tablet. We used a simple pencil to do most of the tasks and it performed very well, however when we tried to use a common ballpen, it would not register the touches. Today we are going to do a full hands on review of this tablet. So lets jump in.
Design and Build Quality