Yoga Tab 3 Plus specs, features: Lenovo's newest offering allows for flawless binge-watching


Lenovo adds a brand-new iteration to their Yoga Tab lineup that is tailor-made for people who like their dose of visual media in great quantities. Dubbed as the Yoga Tab 3 Plus, the new Android-powered tablet is great for binge-watching TV shows and movies whenever and wherever.

Interestingly, for a gadget that delivers entertainment, the Yoga Tab 3 Plus does not sport the ability to project content to a wall for a better viewing experience like its siblings. Instead, one can cast other devices to the Yoga Tab 3 Plus via the use of Miracast or Bluetooth which seems like an unlikely route but can be potentially better. This feature is made possible by Lenovo Media Cast that not only allows videos to be streamed but audio data as well.

Dimension-wise, the tablet features a 10.1-inch Quad High-Definition (QHD) 2K IPS display further improved by the incorporation of Technicolor Color Enhance technology. Meanwhile, its four front-facing JBL speakers feature Dolby Atmos 3-D sound. There are also four viewing modes for the device standing on its own, being held, tilting it and hanging it.

Since the tablet is posed as a device perfect for series or movie marathons, Lenovo made sure that its battery life will be anything but mediocre. Its impressive 9,300 mAh Li-ion battery run can provide up to 18 hours of continued use with just one charge. On top of that, it can also be used as a power bank as it allows users to plug other devices to the Yoga Tab 3 Plus to charge. Charging the tablet itself is also easily done with the use of a 24-watt fast charger which is already part of the package.

Its portability also entails a wearproof housing which is brought to fruition by its leather-like finish as well as its durable metal chassis.

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus will be available next month for $299.