Lenovo sure likes to keep things fresh, original, and diverse in its tablet lineup, which is one of the most expansive and versatile on the Apple-dominated market today.
Said unconventional feature is etched in stone, mind you, but alas, Lenovo seems intent on keeping everything else about this mysterious upcoming slate under wraps for the time being. We’re not even 100 percent sure this thing is set to run Android on the software side of things, although that certainly feels like a safe bet.
Unlike the Xperia Pro, which is primarily aimed at professional photographers and videographers looking for a powerful tool to transfer and live stream their content on the fly, Lenovo suggests its main focus area could be gaming.
With an HDMI port, the next Yoga-series device will be able to seamlessly connect to a Nintendo Switch console, for instance, supporting high-quality and silky smooth mobile games on an undoubtedly sharp display likely to measure at least 10 inches in diagonal.
Full marks to Lenovo for constantly looking to reinvent itself and trying new things, even if we remain fearful of this particular product’s possible pricing structure.