Yoga Tablet 8's pioneering design incorporates a battery cylinder and kickstand on the side of the device, shifting the center of gravity and opening up multiple usage modes: Hold, Tilt, and Stand. In hold mode, the weight of the device falls into your palm rather than your fingers, making it more comfortable for reading and browsing. Lay it down for Tilt mode and you have a perfect viewing angle for typing or gaming. Flick the kickstand and rest it upright in Stand mode to comfortably watch videos, listen to music, or video-chat.
Yoga Tablet 8 keeps going over the long haul with its off-the-charts battery life. Its battery lasts up to 18 hours* so you can go all day — and into the night — without recharging. The secret: Yoga Tablet's unique, cylinder-shaped side chamber allows more room for battery storage — and more time between charges.
The Yoga Tablet 8's eight-inch HD (1280 x 800) display delivers stunning high definition visuals — and you and your friends can enjoy them from a wide, 178 degree viewing angle thanks to the display's in-plane switching (IPS) technology.
The Yoga Tablet 8's groundbreaking design doesn't just optimize the tablet experience — it also looks great. The device tapers to a mere 3mm at the edge, a laser-etched back housing prevents scratches and makes it comfortable to hold, and chrome-painted trim completes the look.
Integrated Bluetooth, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and GPS keep you connected. And you can stay that way wherever you go, 24/7, with optional 3G HSPA+ connectivity.
Unlike most tablets, the Yoga Tablet 8's speakers face front — toward you — rather than to the side our out the bottom. Combine that with Dolby® Digital Plus enhancement and you have a rich, immersive sound experience that's perfect for watching videos or listening to music.
The 5.0M rear and 1.6M front cameras let you take high-definition pictures and enjoy crisp, clear video chats.
Expand the Yoga Tablet 8's native 16GB of eMMC storage with up to 64GB micro-SD card storage support — perfect for transferring photos or storing large files like movies.