Competitor to the iPad mini and the world’s first color-changing tablet. Lenovo Legion Y700 introduced
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Competitor to the iPad mini and the world’s first color-changing tablet. Lenovo Legion Y700 introduced

The Legion Y700 tablet was launched by Lenovo Savior in February 2012. It is a small tablet that’s designed for mobile gamers. The device was so popular that the manufacturer launched a second version. It was praised as a worthy rival to the iPad mini by the Android world.

Yesterday, Lenovo announced that a special version the Lenovo Legion Y700 will soon be available with an electrochromic back panel. It is available in two colors, ice white or bright blue. According to the manufacturer, this tablet is the first that can change color of the back panel.

The new version of the Legion Y700 is identical in terms of configuration. It features an 8.8 inch LCD display that covers all of the DCI P3 colors. The device has a resolution 2560x 1600 pixels, a refresh speed of 120Hz and a touch sampling rate rate of 240Hz.

The Legion Y700 gaming tablet has a 3.5mm headset jack, as well as the usual buttons, such volume controls, power button, and a switch to activate the resource monitor window. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 single chip system is inside. It is paired up with 12GB RAM and up to256GB internal flash memory. The large 6550mAh battery supports 45W fast charging, and it is powered with ZUI 13. The Legion Y700 features a 13MP rear camera and LED flash, as well as an 8MP selfie camera at the front. .

The price for the sale will be $490, and it will start on August 2.

 

Competitor to the iPad mini and the world’s first color-changing tablet. Lenovo Legion Y700 introduced
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