The debate about whether this is a tablet that doubles as an external monitor or an external monitor that happens to run Android will undoubtedly be announced at Lenovo Yoga Tab 13. This is an Android tablet with a micro HDMI input, which can treat the tablet as an external screen.
Lenovo’s Yoga Pad 13 has a built-in 10,000 mAh battery, which can be used as an external monitor all day long. Take your laptop with you when you travel, and you can truly experience dual-screen productivity no matter where you are. The 13-inch display has a resolution of 2160 x 1350, a brightness of 400nits, a refresh rate of 60Hz, and supports 100% sRGB Dolby Vision. It is also a 10-point touch screen, but may only work in tablet mode. There is a stand on the back to make it stand upright, an 8MP front camera and four speakers that support Dolby Atmos.
If you want to use it as a tablet, you will find Android 11 running Google Entertainment Space Launcher on Snapdragon 870 (the same chip as in Samsung Galaxy S8) and 8GB LPDDR5. The graphics come from Qualcomm Adreno 650 GPU, and the storage capacity is up to 256GB. The connection is achieved through Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5, and there is a USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 port for charging and compatible devices.
The screen/tablet is part of the Lenovo tablet update. Lenovo also released the Yoga Tab 11 (unfortunately no HDMI port), Lenovo Tab P11 Plus (with keyboard and stylus) and some entry-level tags: M7 and M8. Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 starts at US$680 and is expected to be available in July.