for improvement. While not a fingerprint magnet, the Yoga's bright metallic silver body is rather scratch-prone and this is compounded by the mixed material somewhat.
The aluminium-backed keyboard comes off more like an afterthought instead of a complementary accessory to the tablet. Paired with the Yoga, we find that the performance suffers as the tablet is momentarily confused as to which input device to take commands from. The magnets that attach the tablet to the keyboard made us cringe, as it detaches each time we lift the tablet, forgetting that the device and accessories are not physically attached.
In our benchmark test, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 FHD scored a good 19,831 on AnTuTu, 4,977 on 3DMark Ice Storm, and 10,986 on Quadrant. We like Lenovo's near-vanilla Android interface as well. In the end, we cannot deny that is one of the best tablets to binge-watch your favorite TV show on.