Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 is the Android tablet with built-in 3-stage kickstand. This tablet is known also as Lenovo Yoga 10 and some others called as Yoga Tablet 10. The Yoga term seems to be derived from the flexibility of the built-in kickstand designed for this device. The main feature that been prompted from this Yoga Table 10 is the uniqueness of the battery design that make the device can store more space for the battery in which it makes the Yoga Tablet 10 is able to stand almost 18 hours without need to be recharged.
The display screen for Yoga Tablet 10 is designed with 10.1″ diagonal diameter size with 1280 x 800 pixels resolution. For the material of this 10″ display uses IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen 16M color depth. This touchscreen supports multi-touch and about 149 ppi pixel density. There are two version available for Yoga 10 relating with supported data network: Yoga Tablet 10 Wi-Fi only and Yoga Tablet 10 3G + Wi-Fi.
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 Quick Start Guide (insert microSD card & micro SIM card) & Hardware Maintenance Manual Resume
The micro SIM card slot and Memory card slot locate on the same spot location on Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000. First you need to open the cover bracket of the Yoga 10. The picture below would show you how to do that. Insert your fingernail onto the bracket latch, and then lift the bracket up and then you can see the SIM & Memory slots on the left side of the compartment slot.
To insert the the micro SIM and microSD Memory card, just make sure that the gold-connector contacts both of cards facing downwards, align both of them with their slots, and then push back the bracket. These installing SIM and Memory card tutorial can be read at page 4 of the Quick Start Guide of Lenovo Yoga 10 B8000.
Note: If you have the Wi-Fi Only model of Yoga Tablet 10, aka Lenovo B8000-F, that means you don’t need to worry about where is the SIM slot if you can’t find it. That because this WLAN B8000-F model does not have SIM card slot.
In case you wanna self-service maintenance such as replacing parts, cleaning the hardware inside the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10, you can read the Hardware Maintencance Manual for this device. You need some special tools to be able to remove the cover, such as screw driver, suction tool, and else.
If your dare to do it by your own mechanical skill (we do not recommend these, though), you can learn how to remove and replace the Main PCBA, Speaker, Hinge, Camera, Attenna, Battery, Sub board, ane else. See the picture above for some examples of this Yoga 10 Maintenance Tutorial.
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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 User Guide
Hardware Maintenance Manual of Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 Specifications
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 runs on Android Jelly Bean version 4.2. Using Android Operating system, it means that the device will also installed with preloaded Google Applications. If you’ve already have Google account, and familiar on using it, you’ll no trouble on getting used and access the Google Maps, Google Play Store, Google Search, Hangout, Gmail, Voice Search, Google Calendar, and more.
The Yoga Tablet 10 is powered by Lithium-ion battery with 9000mAh capacity. You can use the tablet, as we mentioned earlier, up to 18 hours for Web browsing via Wi-Fi connectivity network. Along with this battery, Yoga 10 weighs about 1.33 lb (3G) or about 610 grams. For Wi-Fi only version it’s about 605 grams. The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 has 10.3″ x 7.1″ x 0.1-0.3″ (W x T x H in inches) dimension size.
A Tablet can’t be alive without a brain with its memory. As for a companion of Android Jelly Bean Operating System, Lenovo Yoga 10 is installed with quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A7 processor with MTK 8389 chipset — other version uses MTK 8125 chipset. For the internal memory, the Yoga 10 has built-in 16GB eMMC memory and also 32GB eMMC memory (optional; choose what you need). The RAM comes with LP-DDR2 memory and has 1GB capacity. Choosing between 16GB or 32GB internal memory, actually, aren’t a big problem. This because the Yoga 10 supprots up to 64GB microSD card storage.
The Wi-Fi uses IEEE 802.11 b/g/n version. The bluetooth uses Bluetooh version 4.0. The USB uses microUSB v2.0 supports OTG functions. There aer 3.5mm Audio Jack, GPS, Ambient Light sensor, Accelerometer (G-Sensor), E-comaps, dual-front facing speakers, microphone with noise reduction, Dolby Digital Plus DS1, and Vibration function. For the Camera, the Yoga 10 has 5 Megapixel resolution camera for the rear, and 1.6 Megapixel on the front. You can use the record Video or capture images or video call. There is no LED flash light.
Table of Contents of Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 User Guide
Turning On/Off Your Tablet
Connecting to Internet; Browser,
Wireless & Networks
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 User Guide, Quick Start Guide, & Hardware Maintenance Manual PDF Download
And if you want to learn how to charge the Lenovo Yoga 10’s battery properly, learn how to know the keys and parts layout of the device, you can read and see the image that we gave you below.
And for further guidance, don’t forget to download and read the User Guide of Yoga Tablet 10 therefore you can learn how to user Home screen, Status bar, Connect to internet, set Alarm clock, Use Calendar, Wi-Fi hotspot tutorial, and else. The links of UG, QSG, and HMM of Yoga Tablet 10, can be found below:
- Download Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 User Guide Wi-Fi Only | Language: English | Page: 26 | PDF Size: 509KB
- Download Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 User Guide 3G and Wi-Fi | Language: English | Page: 26 | PDF Size: 2.09MB
- Download Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 Hardware Maintenance Manual | Language: English | Page: 72 | PDF Size: 6.92MB
- Download Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 B8000 Quick Start Guide | Language: English | Page: 6 | PDF Size: 2.8MB