Lenovo has a new tablet called the Yoga Tab 13. This is the global version of the Yoga Pad Pro that was released in China earlier this year. This tablet has one interesting feature, which is that it can be an external monitor for a laptop or any device. As long as it has an HDMI display output because the Yoga Tab 13 has a Micro HDMI port.
This external monitor feature is also supported by the presence of “legs” made of stainless steel. The bottom can be rotated 180 degrees. Besides being able to make the tablet stand, the legs can also be used to hang the tablet.
The Yoga Tab 13 uses the Snapdragon 870 and is combined with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The battery has a capacity of 10,200 mAh and has four Dolby Atmos speakers mounted around a 13-inch 16:10 2K display.
Lenovo has also released a cheaper tablet, the Yoga Tab 11 which uses the Helio G90T from MediaTek. Available in WiFi-only and LTE variants. This SoC is made with 12 nm manufacturing, Mali-G76 GPU, 4GB RAM, and 12GB storage. There is also an 8GB/156GB option. The Yoga Tab 11 has an 11-inch screen with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. The brightness level is 400 nits and supports Dolby Atmos.
This tablet is equipped with four JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos support and Lenovo Premium Audio Solution. The battery is 7,500 mAh which is promised to be able to play videos for 15 hours and can be recharged with a 20W charger.
Both tablets support the Lenovo Precision Pen 2 for drawing or writing. Both support Entertainment Space from Google. Allows users to access videos, books, and games from various applications in one hub.