LENOVO YOGA Tab 3 10" Tablet - Black, 16 GB 2gb version £149.99 @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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LENOVO YOGA Tab 3 10" Tablet - Black, 16 GB 2gb version £149.99 @ PC World

£149.99 @ PC World
Looking around seems a good price with stock Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Looking around seems a good price with stock
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #3
price match with John Lewis gets you a 2 year guarantee
#4
3 Likes #5
Lenovo only updates Android once on its devices. That only reason stops me from buying any Lenovo.
1 Like #6
repouk
Surely the sound/build improvement is where your money is going?
1 Like #7
This is the Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 10 .... it boasts a battery life of up to 18 hours.
3 Likes #8
rejector1
This is the Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 10 .... it boasts a battery life of up to 18 hours.


ooh look, there goes some flying bacon...
#9
I've played with the argos one of this which has the same gtx chip and its dog slow. So much so I returned it, even swipping through icons and simple browsing is laggy.
1 Like #10
OP you need to ad YOGA in the description
1 Like #11
LOL at the "Better than HD screen" in the specification! Not sure those few extra pixels are going to make much difference :D
#12


Can anyone see this anywhere else? All I can see is a tab 3 10 business? With a full HD screen. And the case they recommend looks like it takes the tab2 not the 3.
1 Like #13
I've had this tablet for a few months now and it is very good. The best thing about it is the "anypen" feature, which is basically the ability to use a pen or pencil instead of your finger. Sounds completely pointless I know, but it's actually a great feature. Not filled with too much bloat that you can't get rid of and the processor is very decent for this price.
3 Likes #14
filthycatbox1
I've had this tablet for a few months now and it is very good. The best thing about it is the "anypen" feature, which is basically the ability to use a pen or pencil instead of your finger. Sounds completely pointless I know, but it's actually a great feature. Not filled with too much bloat that you can't get rid of and the processor is very decent for this price.

Sorry but I don't know how you can call a Snapdragon 212 processor 'very good for the price', it's a super budget CPU that most budget phones don't even use (mostly 400 series upwards). It may be ok now but it will not last long before it frustrates you and more importantly at this price I have no idea what Lenovo were thinking, especially as the Yoga Tab 2 before it was better in virtually every area.
1 Like #15
Thanks op, ordered
1 Like #16
You make a fair point. The build quality is pretty good though. I'm a bit biased perhaps as I got one as a gift, so I don't tax the processor with anything graphically heavy but it runs Autodesk Sketchpad without any lag from a pencil input.
1 Like #17
Anything better for the same money?
#18
adamwilko007
Anything better for the same money?


in my opinion good comment and having bought one myself await good answer ...op
#19
filthycatbox1
You make a fair point. The build quality is pretty good though. I'm a bit biased perhaps as I got one as a gift, so I don't tax the processor with anything graphically heavy but it runs Autodesk Sketchpad without any lag from a pencil input.

I wasn't really trying to have a go at you, I do think as far as tablets go it is very nice to look at and hold but the processor will hit a wall very soon - just Google Snapdragon 212 review and you'll see. It may be ok now but all it will take are some updates and bloat on the device before it grinds to a halt and becomes a nuisance to use - Android is particularly vulnerable to this.
#20
i would like one, but 16gb is a no for me, :( for the price
#21
plewis00
filthycatbox1
You make a fair point. The build quality is pretty good though. I'm a bit biased perhaps as I got one as a gift, so I don't tax the processor with anything graphically heavy but it runs Autodesk Sketchpad without any lag from a pencil input.

I wasn't really trying to have a go at you, I do think as far as tablets go it is very nice to look at and hold but the processor will hit a wall very soon - just Google Snapdragon 212 review and you'll see. It may be ok now but all it will take are some updates and bloat on the device before it grinds to a halt and becomes a nuisance to use - Android is particularly vulnerable to this.


Don't worry, I didn't take any offence and thanks for the information about the Snapdragon 212. I hadn't even realised that the APQ8009 is in the 200 series. I think I had a 200 processor in an old Motorola phone a few years back.
#22
expired £179 :(
#23
It looks bloody ugly though, and looks like my mac keyboard

Runs ancient version of Android too...

Edited By: daskapital on Feb 08, 2017 15:49: I said it was cheaper, it isn't wrong tab. sorry.
#24
daskapital
£129.97 in PCW now. It looks bloody ugly though, and looks like my mac keyboard
Runs ancient version of Android too...

Is this in store? Website still £179.99..

Thanks!
#25
Nope, sorry :( my bad... the 8 inch tablet is £129 apologies.
#26
I feel bloated

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