For all those who wonder who ever faces it Android tablets look no further than Lenovo. The company has introduced several new Android tablets, one of which features the famous HDMI port that it was noise a while. The tablet range includes Lenovo Yoga Tab 13, Yoga Tab 11 and Tab P11 Plus. Lenovo has also revealed that it has updated its line of tablets at affordable prices, in addition there is a new Lenovo Smart Clock 2 with a wireless charging station.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is an Android tablet with a micro HDMI port integrated into the right side of the device. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor with 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of memory. There’s a 10,000 mAh battery in there, which should be big enough to use the Yoga Tab 13 as planned — like an external display. The 13-inch display has a resolution of 2160 x 1350 and a maximum brightness of 400 nits. There’s a USB-C port for recharging and inserting adapters, though thereit’s not headphone jack. And even though there’s no rear camera, there’s an 8-megapixel front-facing camera for video conferencing.
The Yoga Tab 11 is the smallest friend for the Yoga Tab 13. It has an 11-inch display with a resolution of 2000 x 1200, plus a MediaTek Helio G90T processor, 8 GB of memory and 256 GB of memory. There is also a variant with 4 GB of memory and 128 GB of memory available. The Yoga Tab 11 has a 7700mAh battery and two 8-megapixel rear and front cameras.
Both new Yoga Tabs run Android 11 and come with soft fabric linings on the screen for comfortable handling. They are compatible with Lenovo’s Precision Pen 2, which is sold separately. There is also an pop-up aluminum stand that allows you to position the device in various ways. You can support it, stretch it, or even use it to hang tablets from a hook.
The Lenovo Tab P11 Plus is another Android tablet, even without the built-in standalone accessory. It has 1n 11-inch IPS LCD display with 2K screen resolution and works on the same MediaTek Helio G90T Tab processor. There’s a 7700mAh battery inside, and the P11 Plus comes with a keyboard and stylus in the box. It is available in various configurations, from 4 to 6 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of memory.
Lenovo’s top-tier tablets are coming online for a boost. The Lenovo Tab M7 and Tab M8 have officially entered their third generations. The tablets are a bit on the low-end performance spectrum, with the Tab M7 running a MediaTek MT8166 with 2 GB of RAM and the Tab M8 running a Media Tek Helio P22T with up to 3 GB of RAM. The M8 Tab is available with an optional charging dock, so you can use it as a smart display guided by Google Sortant when you’re not charging it.
All new tablets announced by Lenovo run Google’s Show Space. It’s actually a launcher that looks and acts like the Google TV interface, with quick access to movies, shows, games, and books in the Play Store. Lenovo was one of the manufacturers planned to adopt the first content layout.
Last but not least in the accuracy of the ads is the Lenovo Smart Clock 2. It is a smart watch driven by Google Assistant with a 4-inch display and Bluetooth connection. There are also hardware buttons on top for muting the microphone and adjusting the volume. Like its predecessor, the Smart Clock 2 is covered in soft fabric and executes only a limited number of commands compared to Google’s smart screens in size. There is also no camera. There’s now a wireless charging movement available to pair it, which will make it a more useful convenience companion.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 starts at $ 680 and will be available in July, along with the Tab M7. The Yoga Tab 11 and Tab P11 Plus start at $ 320 and $ 260, respectively, and will be available in August. The Lenovo Tab M8 will arrive in select markets later this year, though not in the US The Lenovo Smart Clock 2 will start at $ 90 and will be available in September.