Introducing the Yoga Pad Pro tablet – a 13-inch Lenovo tablet equipped with a micro-HDMI port

Introducing the Yoga Pad Pro tablet – a 13-inch Lenovo tablet equipped with a micro-HDMI port

Introducing the Yoga Pad Pro tablet – a 13-inch Lenovo tablet equipped with a micro-HDMI port

News unit For some time there have been news about the release of a tablet Flagship from Lenovo named Yoga Pad Pro reached phones in China and now the company has officially unveiled its new tablet. This product, which was previously released under the name Yoga X, uses an advanced processor, powerful speakers and a remarkable design. One of the most important features of Yoga Pad Pro is being equipped with a micro-HDMI port, which can be used as a second screen next to a notebook, an external display for Nintendo Switch, or a screen for general use.

Lenovo Yoga Pad Pro to a 13-inch screen of type LTPS LCD is equipped and its resolution is 2160×1350 pixels in 16:10 ratio. The maximum brightness of the display panel is 400 nits, and its refresh rate is the same as the usual number of 60 Hz. This screen supports the display of HDR10 and Dolby Vision content and can cover 100% of the sRGB spectrum. It is this specification that makes the Yoga Pad Pro display a good option to turn into a secondary display.

The new Lenovo tablet is produced with a length and width of 293.4 and 204 mm, respectively, and its thickness It reaches 6.2 mm at its narrowest and 24.9 mm at the bottom edge. Lenovo made the bottom edge of this 830g tablet thicker to accommodate four JBL speakers (two 2.5W and two 2W) and ports. A large part of the back of the Yoga Pad Pro is made of a soft texture called Alcantara, and a stainless steel support base is also attached to this body, which can be used to lean the tablet, hang it, place it at different angles and Even used as a handle to carry the device. There is also a USB-C port on one side of this base and a micro-HDMI port on the other side.

Processing matters in Yoga Pad Pro by 7nm chip Snapdragon 870 is done, along with 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256 GB of internal memory UFS 3.0 is considered.

Another interesting and strange thing about this tablet is the absence of a rear camera and the fact that it is equipped with only one camera on the front of the device. This camera has a resolution of 8 megapixels and next to it is a 3D ToF sensor that can be used for facial recognition.

The energy required by this tablet is provided by a 10,200 mAh battery that It apparently supports Quick Charge 4 charging technology.

Other features of this tablet include support for Dolby Atmos technology, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and USB-C 3.1. Also, the Yoga Pad Pro supports a stylus that It is sensitive to 4096 different levels of pressure and of course it is sold separately.

Pre-order this tablet with ZUI 12.5 user interface and Android 11 in China and through the website Lenovo will be launched on May 25 (4 June) and its price is set at 3,299 yuan (about $516 at the current exchange rate). This product is supposed to be available to users from May 31 (June 10), and there is no news about its release in other markets yet.

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