The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is out of the ordinary. It’s not much bigger than most Android tablets at 13 inches, but it has a pico projector embedded in its hinge. That’s in addition to its neat kickstand that you can orient any way you like.

At 0, The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is much more affordable than buying both a tablet and a projector individually, but that’s little consolation if you have to deal with Lenovo’s horrid adjustments to the Android interface. This enormous, productivity-centric tablet has so many things going for it, but its shoddy Android customizations ultimately hold it back.

It is a tablet or a laptop?

Ignore its gargantuan size and the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is quite the stylin’ tablet. It features a sleek aluminum finish around the edges and on its backside, giving it a nice business-like aesthetic. Its rear-facing kickstand is also made of aluminum, and thankfully, it isn’t as difficult to orient as previous Yoga Tablet models. It also pops out more easily with just the push of a button, so you don’t have to worry about chipping a nail when prying it loose.

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