Given the very stiff competition and the relatively modest mainstream popularity of high-end Android tablets… not manufactured by Samsung, Lenovo was certainly a little over-ambitious when it released the Yoga Tab 13 with a price tag of $679.99. defeated.
The makers of the Yoga Tab 13 themselves are charging a ridiculously low $359.99 for the jumbo-sized Android 11 slate with a built-in kickstand and micro HDMI port, allowing bargain hunters to shave an unprecedented 47 percent off the aforementioned ” normal” price of this villain.
This is an almost unrivaled spec sheet in the under-$400 category, especially when you also consider the high-end(ish) Snapdragon 870 processor and the 2K (2160 x 1350) resolution of that large 13-inch LTPS display. .
In short, the standard and HDMI connectivity is the icing on the cake of a unique value proposition, adding a few welcome final touches to an extraordinary productivity and entertainment comparison with several modes for viewing content and the ability to quickly and easily connect your Yoga Tab 13 seamlessly turning into a sharp second screen for your old-fashioned laptop. And all that can now be yours for over four Benjamins. Don’t you just love the diversity of the Android ecosystem on days like these?