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.


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