The Yoga Tab 13 comes with its own stand, which can even function as a wall hanger.
Lenovo unveiled its tablet called the Yoga Pad Pro back in January, which stands out as an external monitor thanks to its built-in Micro HDMI port and stainless steel stand.
The tablet was finally launched in May, but so far it has only been available in China. Now, however, the brand has finally come up with the international version, which will be sold under the name Yoga Tab 13, at a price of $ 679 (approx. HUF 250,000 with tax).
This, of course, brings monitor capabilities in the same way, so we also get an HDMI port and a stand that can be rotated 180 degrees or even used as a wall hanger.
In terms of specifications, we get a 13-inch display true to the name, and performance is provided by the SnapDragon 870 chip, supported by 8GB of LPDDR5 memory and 256GB of storage. The 8-megapixel front-facing camera can even be used to unlock your tablet, and the right sound is provided by four built-in JBL speakers and Dolby Atmos technology. In terms of uptime, Lenovo promises up to 12 hours of video streaming.
The Yoga Tab 13 will be available sometime in July, but we’ll also get a smaller version without an HDMI port in the form of the 11-inch Yoga Tab 11. It is powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T chip, with a maximum of 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM, and starts at $ 320 (approximately $ 116,000 with tax). The Yoga Tab 11 is expected to be released sometime in August.
However, Lenovo also has more tablet deals available for the summer. It comes with the $ 260 (approx. $ 94,000) Lenovo Tab P11 Plus (MediaTek G90T chipset, 6GB of memory, 11-inch display), as well as the even cheaper, upgraded Tab M8 (8-inch display, MediaTek Helio P22T chip) and M7 ( 7-inch display, MediaTek MT8166 chip). The latter can run in July, with a starting price of $ 110 (approximately $ 40,000).
Finally, the Lenovo Smart Clock 2 has been announced, which is essentially an alarm clock with smart features that you can even request with a Qi wireless charger. It comes with a 4-inch, 3-color illuminated touchscreen and Google Assistant support for $ 90 (approximately $ 33,000).
Smart Clock 2 is scheduled to hit the market in September and will replace Smart Clock 1, while the cheaper Smart Clock Essential will remain on the market. An official description of what Lenovo has to offer, including specifications you can browse here.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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