Difference between Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 and Dell Latitude 10 Windows Tablet

Key difference: The unique aspect of Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 is that it is a convertible laptop with multi-mode 360 deg Flip design. This allows the device to take up four design modes. This includes Laptop Mode, Tablet Mode, Tent Mode and finally, Stand Mode. The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 features an 11.6 inch high-definition display and weighs 1.27kg (2.8 lbs). It is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and a 2GB DDR3L RAM. The Latitude 10 tablet is quite slick and light weight at 658 grams. The devices comes with a 10.1-inch IPS (1366 X 768) Wide View Angle LCD capacitive touch screen and is powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z2760 processor.

Lenovo Group Limited is a Chinese multinational with its operational headquarters in Morrisville, North Carolina. The company provides computer hardware and electronics, including personal computers, tablet computers, mobile phones, workstations, servers, electronic storage devices, IT management software and smart televisions. Among other things, the company is especially known for its computers, especially the ThinkPad and IdeaPad line of notebook computers.

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 is yet another offering by Lenovo under its IdeaPad series. However, the unique aspect of the device is that it is a convertible laptop with multi-mode 360 deg Flip design. This allows the device to take up four design modes. This includes Laptop Mode, Tablet Mode, Tent Mode and finally, Stand Mode. This is managed by using two double sided hinges. This feature gives the device versatility and allowing the user to use the device as either a laptop or a tablet. Hence, the device is effectively two-in-one, a tablet and a laptop.

The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 features an 11.6 inch high-definition display and weighs 1.27kg (2.8 lbs). It is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and a 2GB DDR3L RAM. The processing specs are quite decent giving a smooth and easy usage. The operating system on the device is the Windows RT, which is essentially a slightly downgraded version of Windows 8.

The four different configurations on the IdeaPad Yoga does make the device seem new, fresh and unique, however in order to get to the tablet mode, the screen folds back, which leaves the keyboard exposed on the back of the tablet. This makes holding the tablet, a little awkward; however, the keyboard does get automatically disabled. In addition, the device is quite thin and light, which makes the device quite operable. Hence the exposed keyboard is not necessarily a deal breaker.

Dell is a popular computer manufacturer, which has made a name for itself in the laptop and desktop market. However, the company is still trying to garner a name for itself in the tablet market. The company launched the new Dell Latitude 10 Windows tablet in the beginning of 2013, that claims to bring all professional and personal needs of the desktop and laptop to a portable tablet. The tablet runs on Windows UI and OS to make it compatible with almost all Windows desktops and PCs.

The Latitude 10 tablet is quite slick and light weight at 658 grams without the dock and only the two-cell battery, with the four cell battery the device can weigh around 850 grams. The device is quite easy to hold in landscape mode, while in portrait it is a bit bulky and awkward. The devices comes with a 10.1-inch IPS (1366 X 768) Wide View Angle LCD capacitive touch screen that provides a decent enough resolution; however, the device does fall short on pixel density compared to the top-of-the-line tablets. The device also provides adequate picture quality, nothing mind-blowing, but it’s bad enough to complain either. The screen is made of Corning Gorilla Glass that protects it from shattering and small scratches.

The company has incorporated a number of ports for easy connectivity on the device itself such as USB 2.0, SD Memory Card Reader, Docking Connector, Stereo headphone/ Microphone combo jack, Mini-HDMI, Micro-USB charging port and Micro-SIM slot. The device also has the volume rocker and the power button on it in addition to all the ports. The device can be made into a laptop, similar to the other tablets in the category with a dock. However, the dock differs a little from the others and is only a plastic base with a metal support plate that stands at a weird angle and holds the tablet up. The dock itself houses four USB ports, an HDMI output, an audio-out jack and an Ethernet connection. The dock allows the device to support external keyboards and mouse that can be attached to the device.

The device is powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z2760 Processor with Intel® Burst Technology, making it quite fast and powerful for handling day to day functions. The tablet also runs a full version of the 32-bit Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro (depending on the pricing of the model), which means that a person can use it as a proper desktop and install own desktop software, run different programs as they would on a proper desktop computer. This makes the tablet very customizable for personal as well as professional needs. The device comes with a 2 GB RAM, which lacks performance compared to the Core i5 processors. According to many review websites, the system is best for simple tasks and limited multitasking. The system also is a bit sluggish, when shifting from portrait to landscape modes.

The tablet comes with two battery options: 2-cell (30Whr) Lithium Ion battery (swappable) and optional 4-cell (60Whr) Lithium Ion battery (swappable) for more power. The battery life is quite excellent and should last around 10 hours, according to Dell. The swappable battery allows users to get more juice out of the device by doubling the battery life. The tablet also comes in three different variants: $649 - Dell Latitude 10 essentials configuration - 64GB storage; $899 - Dell Latitude 10 - 64GB storage and $999 - Dell Latitude 10 (enhanced security) - 128GB storage. They have slight differences and added features that are available in the higher priced version; however, the hardware is the same in all of the versions.  The additional features in the high end tablet include fingerprint and smart card reader. The second and the third version come with Windows 8 Pro, while the basic one comes with Windows 8. Addition features in the two most expensive models are: Wacom stylus support, rear LED flash, micro-USB charging port, mini-HDMI port, micro-SIM slot and hardware TPM chip.

The information for the detailed table about the two devices has been taken from the Lenovo website, the Dell Website, Sydney Morning Herald Website and CNet.com.

 

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11

Latitude 10 Windows Tablet

Launch Date

Q4 2012

Q1/2013

Company

Lenovo

Dell

Size

298x204x15.6 mm /11.73x8.03x0.61 inch

274 x 176 x 15.9mm

Display

11.6” high-definition display, 16:9

10.1-inch screen IPS Wide View Angle LCD capacitive touch

Screen

1366 x 768 pixels (~135 ppi pixel density)

1366 x 768 pixels (~155 ppi pixel density)

Protection

-

Corning Gorilla Glass

Weight

1.27kg / 2.8 lbs (with battery)

658 grams/ 820 grams

2G Network

-

-

3G Network

-

-

4G Network

-

4G LTE Multi-mode (Dell Wireless™ DW5806 for AT&T, Sprint and

Verizon Wireless) Option

GUI

Windows RT UI

Windows 8 UI

CPU speed

1.4 GHz - 1.5 GHz

1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z2760 Processor with Intel® Burst Technology

GPU

NVIDIA ULP GeForce

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator

OS

Windows RT

Windows 8/ Windows 8 Pro

Chipset / Processor

NVIDIA Tegra 3

Intel Atom Z2760

RAM

2GB DDR3L

2 GB

SIM Size

-

miniSIM (WWAN-only

Internal Memory

32GB / 64GB

64 GB

Expandable Memory

-

Up to 128GB

Sensors

-

Ambient light sensor

Connectivity

2 x USB 2.0, 2-in-1 card reader, HDMI out, 1/8” Stereo Headphone Output & Microphone input combo jack

Wireless LAN + Bluetooth (Standard):

Dell Wireless 1536C (802.11 a/b/g/n 1X1) and Bluetooth 4.0 LE Combo Card

Mobile Broadband4 & GPS Options:

Dell Wireless  5565 HSPA+ Mini Card Option

Gobi™ 4G LTE Multi-mode (Dell Wireless DW5806 for AT&T, Sprint and

Verizon Wireless) Option

Data

-

USB, Wi-Fi, HDMI, SIM (Data only), Bluetooth

Speed

-

1.5GHz HFM, 600MHz LFM

WLAN

802.11 b/g/n wireless

Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n 1X1

Bluetooth

Yes, v4.0

Bluetooth v4.0

USB

2 USB 2.0 ports

USB v2.0

Primary Camera

1.0M (720p HD) webcam

8 MP rear camera

Secondary Camera

-

2 MP front camera

Video

-

720p HD video recording capability

Camera Features

-

Autofocus

LED Flash

Sound Enhancement

Composite Film Speaker (0.5W x 2)

stereo headphone/ microphone combo jack, integrated/ noise reduction array microphones

Audio supported formats

Dependent on media player

-

Video supported formats

Dependent on media player

-

Battery Capacity

4-cell Lithium-Ion battery

2-cell (30Whr) Lithium Ion battery (swappable)

Optional 4-cell (60Whr) Lithium Ion battery (swappable)

Stand-by / Battery Life

13 hrs battery life

Up to 10 hours

Talk time

-

-

Available Colors

Silver Gray, Clementine Orange

Black

Messaging

No

Email, Push Email, IM

Browser

HTML - Default Internet Explorer

HTML5

Radio

No

No

GPS

No

-

Java

No

No

Additional Features

  • 5-point multi-touch screen that folds back 360 deg – 4 modes
  • AccuType keyboard
  • Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013 RT Preview
  • Amazon Kindle Metro (ROW)
  • Rara Metro (ROW)
  • AccuWeather Metro (ROW)
  • LENOVO Rotatable Mouse N70
  • LENOVO Slot-in Case
  • LENOVO HDMI to VGA Adapter CH580
  • LENOVO USB Ultra Slim DVD Burner DB80
  • LENOVO 45W AC-Adapter
  • LENOVO Slim 65W AC-Adapter
  • Optional docking capabilities with external keyboard and mouse
  • Optional Wacom Active Stylus
  • External USB DVD+/-RW (optional)
  • Dell Data Protection | Access
  • Intel® Platform Trust Technology
  • Trusted Platform Module (TPM)5 1.2 enabled
  • Chassis lock slot support
  • Support for optional Computrace
  • Compatible with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager

Image Courtesy: lenovo.com, dell.com

Most Searched in Games and Recreation Most Searched in Education and References
Most Searched in Environment Most Searched in Computers and Internets
Backgammon vs Gammon
Abacus vs Computer
Moron vs Idiot
Real Diamond vs Fake Diamond

Add new comment

Plain text

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.