Lenovo has updated last year's Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, which notably had a built-in video projector, by introducing two new Android tablets. They're called the Yoga Tab 3 Pro and Yoga Tab 3.
The high-end Yoga Tab 3 Pro has a 10-inch screen (2560x1600 resolution), whereas the Tablet 2 Pro had a 13-inch screen. As for the tablet's projector, it's brighter now and can spit out a 70-inch picture. You'll also find four-front facing speakers, though we're not sure what else, as Lenovo hasn't confirmed other specs as of yet.
The Yoga Tab 3 is the lower-end of the two Android tablets. It is available in 8-inch and 10-inch sizes. Features include a 1280x800-pixel resolution display, front-facing stereo audio, 180-degree rotating camera, and built-in gesture control. Oh, and the "Lenovo" logo on the rear of last year's model has been replaced with a Yoga logo.
These new Yoga Tab devices run slightly-customised Android with some mild bloatware. If you're still interested in them, the 8-inch Yoga Tab 3 will cost €199 for the Wi-Fi-enabled version and €249 for the LTE version from October. The 10-inch Yoga Tab 3 will cost €299 and €349 for the Wi-Fi and LTE versions, respectively, from November.
Both Yoga Tab 3 tablets come in slate black. And finally, the Yoga Tab 3 Pro will cost €349 for Wi-Fi-only and €599 for the LTE version. It will be available from November in the colour puma black.