Lenovo’s introduced a 14.5-inch high-end Android tablet designed to compete with the iPad Pro. The Tab Extreme features an OLED display (3000×1876), 120Hz refresh rate and an ambient color sensor.
The model includes a Lenovo Precision Pen 3, a Bluetooth pen with 4,096 pressure sensitivity levels and tilt detection. The tablet comes with a Lenovo Tab Extreme Keyboard, which magnetically attaches to the tablet and is powered by the tablet’s battery.
The keyboard has a full-size layout with backlit keys and a small trackpad at the bottom, allowing the tablet to be used like a laptop by tilting the screen or closing it. The entire package costs $1,199 (about €1,150) and weighs 1.63 lbs without accessories.
The Lenovo Tab Extreme also includes a lightweight kickstand that can be magnetically attached to the back of the tablet. The tablet’s keyboard has a cutout on the back to make room for the attached kickstand.
The kickstand allows the tablet to be used in either landscape or portrait mode. It features DisplayPort in and out over USB-C, allowing it to be used as an additional monitor or power supply for a second monitor.
Furthermore, the Lenovo Tab Extreme includes two USB-C ports. Both ports can be used for charging, reverse and audio out. One port (Type-C 3.2 Gen 1) supports DisplayPort out, while the other (2.0) supports DisplayPort in, allowing the tablet to either be a monitor or power another monitor.
The model is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 Cortex X2 chip. It features 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a 12300 mAh battery and 68W quick charging. The tablet also has a 13MP front camera, 13MP rear camera, 5MP wide-angle camera, fingerprint sensor, MicroSD slot and Wi-Fi 6E compatibility.
Lenovo demonstrated the model at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Thousands of companies showcase new and upcoming products from January 5 through 8. Techzine is reporting on the news. Navigate to this page for an overview of important announcements.