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Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro 10 Inch 32GB Built in Projector Tablet £299.99 @ Argos

£299.99 @ Argos
Curtains up on ultimate entertainment with the world's first multimedia tablet with a built-in, feature-rich projector! It transforms any wall or ceiling into a brilliant 70" screen. Enjoy an immersiv… Read More
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Curtains up on ultimate entertainment with the world's first multimedia tablet with a built-in, feature-rich projector! It transforms any wall or ceiling into a brilliant 70" screen. Enjoy an immersive personal theater experience on the brilliant 10.1" QHD display, or share with friends using the integrated JBL® 4-speaker sound bar. With up to 18 hours of general use on a single charge, you can even host a movie fest!
Model number: za0f0047gb.
Display:

10 inch screen.
Resolution 2560 x 1600 pixels.
IPS technology.
Multi-touch screen.
LED backlit display.
Fingerprint resistant coating.
Support for simultaneous display of multiple languages.
Specifications:

Intel x5-z8550 quad core processor.
2GB RAM.
Front facing camera 5MP.
Rear facing camera 13MP.
128 .
Android android 6.0 operating system.
General features:

Built-in speaker.
Webcam.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Bluetooth - enabling you to easily and wirelessly connect with other Bluetooth enabled devices.
Microphone.
microSD memory card slot.
1 x USB 2.0.
Micro USB.
Built in projector.
Additional information:
Up to 18 hours battery life (depending on usage).
4.68mm thin.
Size H17.9, W24.7cm.
Weight 665g.
EAN: 889800522956.
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4 Likes #1
For the price, this is the best tablet I've owned (and I was an early adopter with tablets from iPad 1 onwards).

While the projector (obviously) can't compete with standalone, being built in its more than handy, especially on holidays, room does need to be dark though, but easily projects a clear picture up to 70 inches so is very watchable.

Recently the firmware was upgraded and it has made a huge difference with the speed, could be quite sluggish before.

In all, highly recommended. It has been cheaper before, appreciate current cheapest, but if not in need of it immediately may be worth waiting until the next gen of Lenovo tablets come out just in case the price drops again, as it has been this price at Argos for a while (I've been checking weekly as a friend wants to get one after seeing mine).

Edited By: robertr on Jul 16, 2017 18:27: .
#2
It's a shame they don't update the software in a more timely manner on these, they only updated to Android 6 last month!
https://support.lenovo.com/gb/en/solutions/ht501098

It is nice hardware though.
#3
I'd vote hot but for the crap that comes with it. I hate that when you swipe a Lenovo tablet to the side it goes right to the camera. So bloody frustrating
#4
I'm in the market for a new tablet, can't decide if I should go for this, or the lenovo miix running windows. Both have same CPU/mem but the miix has 802.11ac wifi where as this is b/g/n which seems a bit odd for a new tablet...
#5
Can you run Sky Q and BT sport with this. I'm guessing with older apk's it may be possible if anyone has one and can recommend how they project the display with the app running.
1 Like #6
sbellseb
Can you run Sky Q and BT sport with this. I'm guessing with older apk's it may be possible if anyone has one and can recommend how they project the display with the app running.

I have this and Sky still block their apps from any type of casting, including this projector, BTSport app can be casted fine, so works with the projector.



Edited By: robertr on Jul 16, 2017 19:14
#7
robertr
I have this and Sky still block their apps from any type of casting, including this projector, BTSport app can be casted fine, so works with the projector.

It's a shame its not dual boot with Windows as I believe Sky Q still works on the windows platform and perhaps the projector wouldn't be blocked.
#8
sbellseb
robertr
I have this and Sky still block their apps from any type of casting, including this projector, BTSport app can be casted fine, so works with the projector.
It's a shame its not dual boot with Windows as I believe Sky Q still works on the windows platform and perhaps the projector wouldn't be blocked.

Just tried it again as last tried a year ago, but still get the 'external display output is blocked' message on SkyQ app.
#9
SkyQ doesn't have a windows app, and their terrible sky go malarkey is a joke to get working, and will only work in IE, and MS have depreciated that anyhow! Still uses Silverlite! And that's been dead 2 years
#10
Anyone know if this has 4gb as the amaz one one lists the atom z8550 with 4gb?
#11
Badpoet
Anyone know if this has 4gb as the amaz one one lists the atom z8550 with 4gb?

Ignore me realised that the 64gb!
#12
After a bit of googling it would appear someone has found an old apk and installed it and got sky Q working. I typed in "sky q apk lenovo yoga projector" and it was one of the first discussions.

I may buy one after all.
#13
Anybody got any real world comments? Liking for something to run readly, marvel unlimited, video apps, browsing possibly some light productivity. Coming from a surface 3 atom (which I like but battery life is becoming s real pain and windows readly app is gone and marvel unlimited is not great)
#14
Could be a kodi plug in for sky go as well by the way some talk of it but haven't tried to confirm it.
#15
I love the idea, but would have to be £150 for me to be interested - Would only ever be a toy and I can' justify that money!
#16
Boringgit
I love the idea, but would have to be £150 for me to be interested - Would only ever be a toy and I can' justify that money!

I am with you on the price but the projector feature sounds nice and reviews are pretty good
#17
Boringgit
I love the idea, but would have to be £150 for me to be interested - Would only ever be a toy and I can' justify that money!


The 16GB one is £199. bit easier to swallow. no projector though..
#18
What's the return policy for tablets at Argos? Couldn't really see a definitive answer on their website. It looks a good tablet but if performance is as sluggish as some reviews on the net suggest, I'd want to return it.
#19
Link507
What's the return policy for tablets at Argos? Couldn't really see a definitive answer on their website. It looks a good tablet but if performance is as sluggish as some reviews on the net suggest, I'd want to return it.

Potentially better under 6 as well all reviews are 5 it seems.
#20
What resolution does the projector project at? Seems like it's 480p which is ok I guess but would prefer at least 720p myself
#21
word of warning ,says you can put a 128gb sd card in it,but it does not except exfat,so if your putting moives on to watch,which is the whole idea ,it really sucks.
#22
Badpoet
Link507
What's the return policy for tablets at Argos? Couldn't really see a definitive answer on their website. It looks a good tablet but if performance is as sluggish as some reviews on the net suggest, I'd want to return it.
Potentially better under 6 as well all reviews are 5 it seems.

Absolutely, no problems since updating to 6, not sluggish at all.
#23
unsy6162
word of warning ,says you can put a 128gb sd card in it,but it does not except exfat,so if your putting moives on to watch,which is the whole idea ,it really sucks.

Mine has a 128Gb SD card in it, no problems with movies\video.
1 Like #24
JustExtreme
What resolution does the projector project at? Seems like it's 480p which is ok I guess but would prefer at least 720p myself


Yes it's 480, but for a built in projector it's fine.
#25
Link507
What's the return policy for tablets at Argos? Couldn't really see a definitive answer on their website. It looks a good tablet but if performance is as sluggish as some reviews on the net suggest, I'd want to return it.

Not sluggish at all after the 6 update which came out about a month or so ago.
2 Likes #26
Boringgit
I love the idea, but would have to be £150 for me to be interested - Would only ever be a toy and I can' justify that money!


Has been as low as £199, so may drop again.
#27
robertr
Has been as low as £199, so may drop again.

Crazy how they can state it's their lowest price.
1 Like #28
Real world info.

I had one pretty much since they were released.

The projector is decent but only in a darkened room
The speakers are awesome, loud, clear and atmos works well
The battery life is usually brilliant, ive had almost 6 hours with the projector on but, sometimes it runs flat overnight
Build quality is brilliant and the hinge/stand/hanger is genius
#29
sbellseb
robertr
Has been as low as £199, so may drop again.
Crazy how they can state it's their lowest price.

Sorry that was at Currys\PC World. I got mine before that deal from Very for around £250.
#30
bradford_dr
Real world info.

I had one pretty much since they were released.

The projector is decent but only in a darkened room
The speakers are awesome, loud, clear and atmos works well
The battery life is usually brilliant, ive had almost 6 hours with the projector on but, sometimes it runs flat overnight
Build quality is brilliant and the hinge/stand/hanger is genius

Agree with the stand\hanger, superb sound and build quality, also since the update to 6 it also runs a lot faster. Still my favourite tablet.

Edited By: robertr on Jul 16, 2017 22:27
1 Like #31
I suggest the Plus version. They do drop to £249 now and then. Qualcomm SoC for better compatibility with apps and it runs really really well.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-Yoga-Plus-10-Inch-Tablet/dp/B01MZ7UV36/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500240782&sr=8-1&keywords=yoga+3+plus
#32
Don't brother things like 4od does not work and it breaks.
2 Likes #33
tinky13
I suggest the Plus version. They do drop to £249 now and then. Qualcomm SoC for better compatibility with apps and it runs really really well.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-Yoga-Plus-10-Inch-Tablet/dp/B01MZ7UV36/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500240782&sr=8-1&keywords=yoga+3+plus


But no projector!
#34
iceburnmarko
Don't brother things like 4od does not work and it breaks.

All 4 works fine.
#35
I had one of these when they first came out but my charger port broke (I think it was possibly a cable that I was using, not original). I absolutely loved it! I rarely use my TV and watch most things on YouTube etc. Having this tablet to watch videos on the projector was great and even though I had an old version of android it was fine. The only reason I didn’t get another was because it was a John Lewis clearance model so they gave me my money back.
#36
Because it's an old version with 32gb and only 2gb Ram
#37
robertr
Boringgit
I love the idea, but would have to be £150 for me to be interested - Would only ever be a toy and I can' justify that money!
Has been as low as £199, so may drop again.
Yup - I was looking at this & the HP 17' Slate fo rmedia reasons.
Both was same price. I went for the slate & glad I did.
#38
treb
I'd vote hot but for the crap that comes with it. I hate that when you swipe a Lenovo tablet to the side it goes right to the camera. So bloody frustrating
Have you tried turning the "Quick Gesture" feature off? Maybe related to that ...
#39
Badpoet
Could be a kodi plug in for sky go as well by the way some talk of it but haven't tried to confirm it.
I have one of these and it is fun to use. The software support is not great, they just upgraded this two month ago. Battery life is really good and the projector works well in a darkened room. at only 50 lumens it is not going to work in a bright room. The dolby sound is great when watching a film or tv. If it was for work I would not consider this as Levono are not great with keeping things uptodate. I would look at the their website for some really user feedback re this tablet. Fun for every day use games etc. Gra
#40
Link507
What's the return policy for tablets at Argos?

Not good if you buy instore & it's not faulty. Best pay online & have delivered (or use fast track) - then you're covered by distance selling regulations.

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