We know that there are users out there who needs to travel for work and make presentations to clients or to their employers. While hooking up a tablet to a projector is possible, wouldn’t it be so much easier if your tablet had a built-in projector to begin with? This would allow users to make presentations on the go and in places where projectors might not be readily available.
Well if you thought that was a cool idea, you’re in luck because Lenovo has recently announced the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro. Unlike Lenovo’s other Yoga Tablet 2 devices that were announced, the Pro version will feature a larger display at 13-inches (versus the 8 and 10-inch designs) and will sport a pico projector that has been built into the side of the device.
As you can see in the image above, a pico projector has been embedded into the corner of the tablet and due to its design and a kickstand, it can be propped up and used to project your presentations, videos, photos, and etc. onto a surface. As far as its specs are concerned, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro will feature an Intel Atom Z3745 chipset under the hood, same as the other models.
It will also come with 8-watt speakers and a built-in JBL subwoofer as well, thus allowing you to turn the tablet into a full-fledged entertainment device where you can project movies onto the wall and enjoy it with relatively decent sound. The project is capable of pumping out 40-50 lumens at a WGA resolution, and the tablet will run on Android 4.4 KitKat.
In terms of pricing, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro will be priced starting at $499 with 32GB of onboard storage, which we have to admit is somewhat surprising given the tablet’s display size and its features. So, any takers?
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