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Lenovo's Yoga HD+ tablet
Lenovo wasn't a silent party at this years' Mobile World Congress, choosing the venue to showcase a new Yoga tablet model.
The Yoga Tablet HD+, now available in silver or champagne gold, also sports a new 1,920x1,200 full-HD resolution screen, up from the previous model's 1,280x800 display. In addition, Lenovo says you can squeeze up to 18 hours of battery life out of the tablet.
The Yoga runs on Android 4.3, is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with quad core CPU, and has a new 8MP rear camera.
A longer and redesigned kickstand allows you to use the tablet in three different modes and settings - Hold, Tilt and Stand.
Prices start at $349 and will be available in April.
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The Hewlett-Packard ElitePad 1000
At Mobile World Congress, Hewlett-Packard unveiled an enterprise lineup of Windows tablets.
The ElitePad 1000 is a Windows 8.1 tablet built for the business user who wants to maintain a connection between work and play. The ElitePad 1000 G2 is an enterprise-focused tablet, touted by the firm as a "total business solution." Flexibility is the tablet's main focus, with full-sized HDMI ports, multiple accessories 64-bit Intel processors, dual cameras and enterprise IT integration software.
The ElitePad 1000 G2 will start shipping in March with a base price of $739.
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360 degree hinged laptops, the HP Pavilion x360
HP showed us a 360 degree convertible PC at MWC 2014, a hybrid which allows users to convert from laptop to tablet easily.
Weighing just over 3 pounds, the laptop is equipped with an 11.6-inch diagonal high-definition (HD) SVA display, Intel Pentium processor and an HP TrueVision HD webcam. In addition, the hybrid computer -- aimed at Millennials -- sports up to 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive.
The HP Pavilion x360 is expected to be available in the Brilliant Red color in the United States on February 26 for a starting price of $399.99. Silver will be offered later in the year.
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