Lenovo at Mobile World Congress unveiled a refresh to its Yoga Tablet 10, now known as the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, introducing a better screen, longer battery and faster processor. The device keeps to Lenovo's favored transforming design; the Tablet 10 HD+ offers the familiar three modes of operation: hold, tilt and stand, giving the device more flexibility than traditional slates. It's like adding smart cover capabilities without an actual cover.

The Tablet 10 HD+ sports a 10.1-inch display (1920×1200), Snapdragon 400 processor, USB on the go, accessory support, 8-megapixel camera, Android 4.3 and support for Lenovo's latest suite of DOit apps. The suite includes SHAREit, SECUREit and SYNCit, which all act as their name's imply. Nothing to blow your hair back, but certainly thoughtful additions to heighten the experience. Combine that with the tablet's three different modes, and it becomes more capable than your average device.

The Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ (what a mouthful) will start at just $349, and be available in April from major retailers, Lenovo said.