Lenovo’s Yoga Tab 13 and 11 have a stand that doubles as a hanger

Lenovo A variety of tablets were displayed at the Mobile World Congress, including the highly anticipated 13-inch Yoga Tab. The device has a built-in stainless steel bracket that can be easily placed and used hands-free. Or you can use the stand as a hanger. Just make sure it is placed on a sturdy hook.

According to Lenovo, the Yoga Tab 13 can play up to 12 hours of video on a single charge. It has a 2K low-temperature polysilicon display with 400 nits brightness, 100% sRGB color gamut, 60Hz refresh rate and Dolby Vision HDR support. Using the included micro-HDMI to USB cable, you can use the Yoga Tab 13 as a portable auxiliary monitor for your laptop or PC.

There is a front 8MP camera that supports face unlocking. The Yoga Tab 13 has four JBL speakers, two of which are built into the soundbar cylinder. The tablet supports Dolby Atmos, and thanks to the bottom audio room, it can provide up to 450Hz bass performance. A USB-C to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter is also included.

The tablet is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 mobile platform, equipped with 8GB LPDDR5 memory, WiFi 6 support and USB-C charging port. The dual microphones can receive your Google Assistant commands and support Lenovo Precision Pen 2.2. The device weighs 1.83 pounds (830 grams). Yoga Tab 13 (called Yoga Pad Pro in China) starts at $680 and will go on sale in July.

In addition, Lenovo also released the new Yoga Tab 11. It also has a stand that doubles as a hanger, and an 11-inch 2K IPS Touch Display Driver Integrated (TDDI) display with Dolby Vision and Atmos support. This 1.44 lb (655 g) tablet runs on the MediaTek Helio G90T octa-core processor and has a UFS-based memory chip, with up to 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 256GB of storage space.

Yoga Tab 11 has four speakers and dual microphones, video playback time is up to 15 hours, supports USB-C fast charging and face unlock functions. There is an 8MP camera on the front and another on the rear. You can also choose the LTE version of the tablet. The Yoga Tab 11 starts at $320 and should arrive in August.


The new Lenovo Tab P11 Plus has an 11-inch (2000 x 1200) display, four speakers that support Dolby Atmos, an eight-core MediaTek G90T chipset and up to 6GB of memory. It weighs 1.1 pounds (490 grams) and has a microSD slot for expansion storage. There are LTE support, USB-C port and 8MP front camera and 13MP rear camera. Lenovo said that it can play up to 12 hours of video on a single charge. The Tab P11 Plus starts at $260, and you should be able to get it in August.

In other places, Lenovo has refreshed Option M7 and Option M8. They all have built-in child mode, with Google Kids Space and TDDI display. According to Lenovo, the processor has been upgraded, and on the Tab M8, you can get up to 15 hours of video playback time. The Tab M7 will arrive in July, starting at $110. The third-generation Tab M8 will enter certain markets later this year, but will not enter the United States.

Lenovo’s latest tablet all supports Google’s entertainment space function. This brings together the content of all your media applications into one center, including games, books, and content to watch.

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