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Lenovo Pad Pro (2022) tablet and plenty of IoT devices introduced

Lenovo Pad Pro (2022) tablet and plenty of IoT devices were introduced with new features. Lenovo today unveiled the flagship Legion Y70 smartphone, but it was only one of several new products that were revealed.

Several cloud storage servers, wireless earbuds, a Lenovo Pad Pro tablet from 2022 with a Dimensity 1300T processor, and even some lifestyle products like a gaming chair and a bag were on display. The 11.2″ OLED screen on the new Pad Pro offers a 2560 x 1536 pixel resolution. It reportedly features a maximum brightness of 600 nits and a DCI-P3 gamut.

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Additionally, it has a 360 Hz touch sampling rate and a 120 Hz screen refresh rate. The panel is approved for Dolby Vision and HDR10+. The entire tablet is 6.8 mm thin and weighs 480 grams. Four speakers in a two-by-two layout on top and bottom, an 8,200 mAh battery with 30W fast charging capabilities, and other features were all fitted by Lenovo (right and left when held horizontally).

A 13 MP camera is also included on the rear, and a front-facing 8 MP camera is also there. The taskbar-equipped ZUI 14 user interface has been modified for tablets. When connected to certain displays and Lenovo computers, it may also function as a second monitor.

Lenovo Pad Pro (2022) tablet and plenty of IoT devices introduced with new features

The Pad Pro (2022) is both a stand and supports a QWERTY keyboard that may be used with all commonly used commands (Alt+Tab, Ctrl+C/V). The Lenovo stylus, which is available separately, is supported. A cover case (without a keyboard) and a unique front panel protector are additional accessories.

The Silver and Gold Lenovo Pad Pro (2022) will be available. While there is currently no LTE version available, there are two price points: CNY2,199 for 6/128 GB and CNY2,499 for 8/128 GB. The Lenovo X1s, a cloud storage device that costs CNY2,899, was also introduced during the event, while the business also offered less expensive options.

Additionally, it announced costs for the VR700 glasses, E5 TWS earphones, and C5 Gaming Chair, which ranged from CNY369 to CNY899. With a pre-order bargain, all costs can be somewhat reduced, however, all goods are currently only available in China.

Robiul Islam

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