Specifications are essentially the same as the Yoga Tablet 2 with Android, but the Windows version packs 32GB of storage rather than 16GB, which is a good idea since the operating system takes up so much space. The battery life is also quoted as being a little shorter than the Android version (15 hours compared to 18 hours), but this will depend on how you use the product.
The other kicker is the price. It costs $579, which is noticeably more than the Android version. Consider it if you want a small Windows-based tablet rather than Android, and a tablet that can be used for productivity in addition to consuming media.
All of these products are available now from JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman, or from Lenovo's Web site.
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