Among all the tablets recently announced by Lenovo, Yoga Pad Pro The most expensive of them all, and that price is justified.
This 13-inch Android tablet includes a feature not available on most other tablets.
The Yoga Pad Pro is a groundbreaking tablet inside and out.
Lenovo has largely kept the familiar Yoga Pad design but added a few changes.
And Lenovo made the computer body out of aluminum and covered part of the back with Alcantara fabric with the Yoga name engraved on it.
There is a 180-degree steel stand that acts as a kickstand and allows you to hang the tablet across the wall.
The Yoga Pad Pro has a 13-inch LTPS LCD 2K display with an aspect ratio of 16:10.
The screen supports 100 percent sRGB color gamut, Dolby Vision and HDR 10. The computer has thinner side bezels, but the bottom and top bezels are thicker.
And like the Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2021, this tablet is powered by the Snapdragon 870 processor.
It has 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of non-expandable UFS 3.0 storage.
There’s no camera on the back, but the front includes an 8-megapixel fixed-focus RGB camera with a TOF face unlock sensor.
The Yoga Pad Pro includes four JBL speakers (a total power of 9 watts), Dolby Atmos, and three microphones.
It has a 10200 mAh battery that provides up to 12.7 hours of video playback.
The tablet also runs Android 11 with ZUI 12.5 user interface.
It supports dual-band wireless networking, the Wi-Fi 6 standard, and has Bluetooth 5.2 and USB-C 3.1.
The unique feature of the Lenovo Yoga Pad Pro is that it supports HDMI input via Micro HDMI port.
This allows you to use it as a second display for your computer or as a display for a device that supports HDMI output, such as the Nintendo Switch.
There is no keyboard cover for the Yoga Pad Pro, but you can buy a capacitive stylus for it.
The Yoga Pad Pro is priced at about $515, comes in black, and Lenovo will put it on sale on May 31.