All the tablets are powered by a quad-core Atom processor and similarly share the Yoga Tablet's trademark kickstand. The new generation introduces Hang mode, where in you hang the tablet like you would a picture. The 3 old modes- Hold, Tilt and Stand are still possible. Inside the thicker bottom of the tablet are front-facing speakers courtesy of Dolby and Wolfson.
The IPS LCD screens of the 8'' and 10'' tablets both have 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, which isn't exactly fantastic but is still fairly sharp for a tablet- 283 ppi and 226 ppi respectively.
The two Android tablets share a few other specs as well -like an 8 MP f/2.2 auto-focus camera on the back and a 1.6 MP selfie camera. The tablet has 16 GB of internal storage and can support microSD cards up to a further 64 GB. You are also able to attach USB On-the-go for more storage or accessories.
Connectivity wise, it includes dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. The 10'' option also has an LTE option only available in certain countries.
The 10'' version measures 255 x 183 x 3-7.22 mm and weighs 619 g with its little brother the 8'' version measuring 210 x 149 x 2.7-7 mm and weighs 410 g.