Lenovo has unveiled the 13-inch YOGA Tablet 2 Pro featuring a built-in Pico projector that turn inside walls into an instant TV or movie screen.
Lenovo YOGA Tablet 2 Pro is available beginning at the end of October via Lenovo. Models start at €499.
The product was developed with Ashton Kutcher, who joined Lenovo as a product engineer a year ago.
The projector technology in-built in the new tab provides great video and an 8 watt sound system with a subwoofer, a first such innovation in the industry, according to Lenovo.
Users can project a 16:9 high resolution image onto any surface for an instant 50-in theater experience.
The 13-inch design was intended to satiate the growing needs from tablet users devouring large amounts of digital content on tablets at home.
Other important features and benefits
- QHD 2560×1440 screen for life-like images
- 4th generation Intel Atom processor for smooth multimedia playback and rendering
- Large-chamber speakers – front facing – for dynamic audio
- Dolby Audio and Wolfson Master HiFi for multi-channel listening experience
In YOGA Tablet 2 Pro, Lenovo offers four modes of use. In addition to the existing three modes – Hold, Stand and Tilt, the company now offers Hang mode that gives more flexibility for users to get the best out of the device.
The platinum-colored tablet is lightweight at just 3.7mm thin and 950 grams. It features 8 MP rear camera and 32GB storage expandable up to 64 GB via Micro SD. The device promises 15 hours of battery life.
“The YOGA Tablet 2 Pro is the culmination of the most extensive research and feedback we’ve ever undertaken, and Ashton has been with us every step of the way, bringing new ideas to the table, challenging us and always advocating for users,” said Jeff Meredith, vice president, Mobile Business Group, Lenovo.
“As a result, we’ve preserved the best features of the original YOGA Tablet – the modes and the long battery life – and now we’ve raised the bar completely with technologies like the projector that keep changing the way we think of tablets,” Meredith said.