Mediocre but refreshing
Lenovo tend to do things their own way, very rarely copying the norms. I've noticed this in a few of their "fondelslab" designs
The pop out stand is a nice little touch, even if the Yoga's specifications aren't exactly ground breaking.
Ideal for those who just want a tablet that is a tablet, but also enjoy the convenience of a device that can stand on its own opposed to needing a 3rd party cover come stand.
As an owner who has accumulated three Android slabs and one IOS device over the years, the Lenovo Yoga design sort of makes sense.
What caught my attention is the power button and headphone jacks being situated on the bottom, out of harm's way. I quite often accidentally power my Galaxy 10.1 off when scrambling for the volume buttons in a hurry. Also the headphone jack placement looks solid, thus minimising the risk of damage to the socket
A decent review for a mid range product that has some caveats that other manufacturers don't offer [yet]
Bootnote: When laid down with the stand up showing the power button on the side, it does remind me of the Mac Pro keyboard