Lenovo rolled out a whole new line of YOGA Tab 3 devices at IFA 2015. But one of the interesting device is the Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 PRO. Beside the most robust spec list, it also retain the Pico projector that made this product line famous in its previous generation.
It has the quite unique in aesthetics that will surely catch your eyes. It is not like normal tablet devices as it has tube-like mechanism running alone one side. This tube area has the famous kick stand that allows the tablet to stand upright. And it is also this area that contains the projector.
There are 6 models in this product line, 3 are Wifi versions and 3 are LTE enabled versions. The YOGA Tab 3 PRO has 10-inch WQXGA (2560×1600) LCD display powered by quad-core Intel Atom X5 Z8500 processor and 2GB RAM. The storage will be 32GB internal storage and will run Android 5.1 out of the box.
The crowning glory is the Pico Projector along the tube mechanism and not at the round edge as before. The kick stand will also act as the mount for the projector which allows you to project a 70-inch image on a flat wall or screen, complete with focus and gesture controls.
Lenovo rolled out a whole new line of YOGA Tab 3 devices at IFA 2015, but on top of that particular ladder is the Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 PRO, the big dog of the bunch. This particular device has the most robust spec list, and to top it all off, it retains the Pico projector that made this product line famous in its previous generation. The YOGA Tab 3 PRO will not have the rotating camera that the other models have, but will have a standard 13MP/5MP camera combo, as well as four (four!) front-facing speakers. Expect this tablet to be priced at USD$500 for the WiFi version and USD$600 for the LTE version. No info yet on which carriers will sell this in the US.