Like the Yoga series of notebooks, Lenovo’s Yoga tablets have been known for their designs that meet the needs of diverse usages since their inception. The same is true for the Yoga Pad Pro officially unveiled tonight. In addition to the regular gripping use, it can also achieve four modes of standing, reclining, slightly tilting, and hanging without additional accessories to provide viewing, The screen angle required for different usage scenarios such as games, reading, and painting.
This can be done thanks to the iconic side grip on the Yoga tablet and the newly added 180-degree stainless steel flip bracket on the back. At the same time, the presence of the grip shaft is also more conducive to grasping, and the Alcantara material on the back of the device can also bring a better touch. In addition, inside the grip shaft, Lenovo also inserted two 2.5W speakers, and a pair of 2W speakers on the opposite side, all adjusted by JBL, combined to achieve Dolby panoramic sound effect.
Another big selling point of the Yoga Pad Pro is hidden at the two ends of the shaft. On one side is the full-featured USB-C 3.1 port, and on the other side is the Micro HDMI port, which is rarely seen on a tablet. With the blessing of the two, Yoga Pad Pro can be transformed into the output display of mobile phones, notebooks, Switches and other devices at any time. The dual identity of the tablet and the portable screen suddenly enhances the practicality of this product. As for the panel itself, it is a 13-inch LTPS LCD. Its resolution is 2,160×1,350 (the display ratio can be switched between 16:9 and 16:10), the refresh rate is 60Hz, the maximum brightness is 400nit, and it supports 100% sRGB color gamut, HDR10 and Dolby Vision. The anti-blue light certification.
Other specifications include the Snapdragon 870 processor, 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB UFS 3.0 storage, the built-in battery is 10,200mAh, and supports QC4 charging. The front of the tablet is equipped with an 8MP front camera, equipped with a ToF module, which supports face recognition. The device supports WiFi 6, with an optional 4,096-level pressure-sensitive stylus, and the weight of the body is about 830g. Lenovo pre-loaded it with the ZUI 12.5 system based on Android 11, which has functions such as voice assistant and split screen.
In terms of sales information, Yoga Pad Pro currently only provides a Wi-Fi version, with a starting price of 3,299 yuan, and pre-sales will begin tonight.