How often do you look down at the tablet on your lap, basically nothing but a giant LCD panel, and wondering why among so many features it can̵7;t be used as a screen for other devices? For now, Lenovo has shown something new. Yoga Pad Pro Android tablet that There is a microHDMI port.There is no reason to do it.
Using the tablet as a second screen It’s not something that has never been heard before. IPad Sidecar featureFor example, it allows pairing with an Apple computer and is used to mirror or enlarge the screen. There’s always an app or workaround needed to turn the tablet into a second screen, but with the new Yoga Pad Pro it’s finally streamlined: all you really need is the right cable.
The smart Yoga Pad Pro is powered by a Snapdragon 870 processor with 8GB of RAM and has 256GB of non-expandable storage.The 13-inch LCD has 2K resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio, Dolby Vision, HDR 10, and while you will. Found an 8MP front camera that facilitates video calls and the ability to unlock the device with just your face. The 10,200 mAh battery rear camera allows for over 12 hours of continuous video playback, and you get the usual connection options, including Bluetooth, wifi 6 and a USB-C port at the bottom.
The design of the tablet has an unusual chin on one end, reminiscent of the old. Sony S tablets At one end thickened But there seems to be a better function on the Yoga Pad Pro besides being easier to hold. There is a folding support bar that allows the tablet to be placed in different angles and directions or hung on the wall. (Not what we used to think of doing with tablets), but Chin is also where you’ll find a microHDMI port for connecting everything from your laptop to the Nintendo Switch.
The inclusion of microHDMI instead of regular HDMI is a bit annoying, as it means you’ll have to carry extra cables or regular HDMI cables plus easy losses. Adapters and are not ideal But it makes a difference on a larger tablet. Such as the Yoga Pad Pro. It’s easier to adapt because it means you get a portable monitor that doesn’t need its own power source. When the tablet goes on sale at the end of the month, expect a price tag north of $ 500, which is just right for the added functionality. But now Lenovo has no plans for a release outside of China, so you might have to jump through hoops a few times to get your hands on one.