Lenovo’s Yoga 13 and 11 have a bracket that can double as a hanger

Lenovo Yoga Tab 13


Lenovo announced three new Yoga Tab series tablets at MWC today, namely Yoga Tab 13, Yoga Tab 11 and Tab 11 Plus. However, although it is said to be “new”, the Yoga Tab 13 seems to be the first Yoga Pad Pro released in China last month, equipped with the same 2K resolution LTPD panel and Snapdragon 870 processor. Its biggest feature is that its stainless steel stand can also be used as a hanger. As long as there is a hook with sufficient support, the plate can be hung and used.

Yoga Tab 13 is equipped with an 8MP front lens and four JBL speakers. It is relatively rare in Android tablets to have both USB-C and micro-HDMI interfaces. Through the included micro-HDMI to USB adapter cable, it can also Use the tablet as an external screen. Other specifications include 8GB of LPDDR5 memory, WiFi 6 support and Lenovo Precision Pen 2.2 support. The Yoga Tab 13 is priced from US$680 and is scheduled to be available in July.

As for the Yoga Tab 11, it is a new model. In addition to the same rack and stand design as the Tab 13, its screen uses an 11-inch 2K IPS panel, with MTK Helio G90T octa-core processor, 8GB of LPDDR4 memory and 256GB of UFS storage space. Yoga Tab 11 has four speakers, 8MP front and rear cameras, and has two versions of WiFi and LTE. The tablet is priced at US$320 and is expected to be available in August.

Lenovo Tab P11 Plus


The third is the Tab P11 Plus pictured above, equipped with an 11-inch 2,000 x 1,200 resolution panel, an eight-core MTK G90T processor and 6GB of memory. It weighs only 490g and has LTE support, microSD card slot, 8MP front lens and 13MP rear lens. The Tab P11 Plus is priced from US$260 and will be available in August just like the Tab 11.

Finally, Lenovo also updated the Tab M7 and Tab M8. In addition to the processor upgrade, it is also equipped with the child mode of Google Kid Space, which helps parents control the content of children’s contact. Tab M7 is expected to be available in July, priced at US$110; Tab M8 will be launched in specific markets later this year.

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