The company ridiculed Lenovo’s Yoga Pad Pro as an upcoming tablet that can double as a portable display. Lenovo shared some posters of Yoga Pad Pro on the Chinese Weibo website Weibo, suggesting some of its features and unique booth design. Yoga Pad Pro supports stylus, has 4,096 levels of sensitivity, and has slim bezels on three sides. As of now, the company has not shared the release date of Yoga Pad Pro.

Through a series of posts on Weibo, Lenovo mocked the upcoming tablet PC with its unique stand design and HDMI input port, which has multiple uses. The Yoga Pad Pro is slim overall with a thick round bar at the bottom. According to an article from Lenovo, there is an HDMI port on this column, which allows the tablet to be used as a monitor for games or extended settings. This makes the tablet quite versatile.

There is also a slim bracket on the back that can be used to support the Yoga Pad Pro at various angles, and on one of the pillars, Lenovo shows that it can be hung on the tablet for use in the kitchen or other similar situations. The tablet can also be used for sketching because it supports the new smaller stylus with a pressure sensitivity of 4,096 levels. There are three ports on the right, one of which is an HDMI input port.

As of now, Lenovo has not shared any information about the release date, or availability of the Yoga Pad Pro. The tablet will be launched in China first, and it is unclear whether the company will release this tablet in other markets.

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