Lenovo discloses a tablet Android, which doubles as a portable monitor

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The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 features a micro HDMI port for converting to a monitor.
Photo: Sam Rutherford / Gizmodo

techno.rentetan.com – For anyone who’s wondering who makes Android tablets, just Lenovo looks. Various new Android tablets were introduced. One of these tablets is the famous HDMI port rumored a while ago. The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13, Yoga Tab 11 and Tab P11 Plus are included in the tablet. It also shows Lenovo’s access to a new Lenovo Smart Clock 2 with a wireless charge station, as well as an upgrade to an affordable tablet range.

A tablet with micro HDMI port on the right side of the device. Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is Android. The Snapdragon 870 processor with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage is powered by Qualcomm. There is a 10,000 mAh battery, which should be as sizeable as possible for the Yoga Tab 13 as an external display. The display is 13-inch and has a resolution of 2160 x 1350 and maximum luminosity of 400 nits. A USB C port is available for charging and plugging adapters, but no headphone jack is available. And while there is no rear camera, the 8-megapixel video conferencing camera on the front is available.

The Tab 11 of Yoga is the tiniest friend to the Tab 13. It has an 11-inch screen with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 plus a MediaTek Helio G90T, 8GB of memory and a storages volume of 242GB. A 4GB memory and 128GB storage version is also available for this. The Yoga Tab 11 has a battery of 7700mAh and two rear- and front-facing 8-megapixel cameras.

Both new Android 11 Yoga Tab tablets are fitted with soft cloth trim on the rear for convenient handling. It is consistent with the Precision Pen 2 of Lenovo, which is sold separately. A pop-out aluminum kickstand is also available which allows you to place the device in different ways. It can be supported, extended or even used to hook the tablets.

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 (left) and the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus (right).
Photo: Sam Rutherford / Gizmodo

The Lenovo Tab P11 Plus is another Android tablet, although it does not include the integrated kickstand device. This 1n 11-inch IPS LCD is displayed on the same MediaTek G90T Tab processor and has a 2K screen resolution. The P11 Plus comes with a keyboard and stylus in the box. There is 7700mAh battery. It is available from 4 to6GB of RAM and up to 128GB storage in various configurations.

The next step for a boost is in the Lenovo entry-level tablets. Officially the third generation has entered Lenovo Tab M7 and Tab M8. These tablets are relatively low-end with the MediaTek MT8166 running a 2GB RAM tab and a Media Tek Helio P12T running up to 3GB RAM on the tab. The Tab M8 is a low-end tablet. The Tab M8 is optional, so you can use it as an intelligent Google Assistant display if you don’t cradle it.

All Lenovo’s new tablets run Google’s Entertainment Space. It’s a launcher that looks and acts like the Google TV interface with quick connections in the Play Store to movies, shows, games and books. Lenovo was expected to take the first content layout among the manufacturers.

The Lenovo Smart Clock 2 was last but not least in the corral of advisories. It is a 4-inch smart clock and Bluetooth interface managed by Google Assistant. Hardware buttons are also on top for microphone mutation and volume adjustment. Like the previous Smart Clock 2, the soft fabric of Smart Clock 2 is limited to the smart Google displays and only operates a limited number of commands. No camera is there, too. There is now a fast charging wireless charging dock for pairing with it, making it a more helpful companion for your bed.

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 starts at $680 and comes with the M7 Tab in July. The Yoga Tab 11 and the Tab P11 Plus are available in August and begin at $320 and $260. This year, the Lenovo Tab M8 will arrive in a number of markets, but not in the US. The Lenovo Smart Clock 2 will be available in September and will commence at $90.