Sometimes, when playing with your Nintendo Switch on-the-go, it feels like its 6.2-inch LCD screen just isn’t big enough. But what if we told you that it was possible to play on a monitor with a screen that’s twice as large?
You Can Play Switch Games on This Android Tablet
Lenovo is promoting its new Android tablet, the Yoga Pad Pro, by showing off its micro HDMI port. The photo ad shows the device hooked up to a Switch console, demonstrating that it can indeed double as another display.
Of course, this means you can hook up any HDMI device to the Yoga Pad Pro, but there are few things more exciting than Nintendo’s most recent and fourth best-selling console of all time.
There are other tablets on the market that are capable of working as a second monitor, but not quite with this level of flexibility. For instance, the Sidecar feature of Apple iPads allows this function with Mac computers exclusively.
Yoga Pad Pro Price, Specifications, and Availability
According to Gizmochina, the Yoga Pad Pro will be made available in China for ¥3,299 (approximately $ 517) on May 31. Its specifications are as follows:
- Snapdragon 870 processor
- 13-inch 2K LTPS LCD display (16:10 aspect ratio)
- 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM
- 256GB of non-expandable UFS 3.0 storage
- 8MP fixed focus RGB front camera with facial recognition lock
- 10200mAh battery (almost 13 hours of video playback)
- Four JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos compatibility
- Three microphones
- Support for dual-band Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi 6
There is currently no word on whether the device will eventually be sold outside of China.