Review of the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 A.K.A Yoga Pad Pro 2021 Review

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 or Yoga Pad Pro 2021 is a tablet with a detachable keyboard that also doubles as a 13-inch tablet. The Lenovo tablet has a 13-inch 1350 x 2160 display, a Snapdragon 870 5G processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a USB Type-C port, and a Dolby Vision-certified IPS display. 

There is no rear camera but has an 8-megapixel front-facing camera, a 10,200mAh battery, 802.11ac Wi-Fi support, Bluetooth 5.2, and a built-in kickstand. The Lenovo tablet has one USB Type-C port that you can use to charge the tablet, connect to the TV, or plugin an external keyboard and mouse. 

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 measures 293.4 mm x 204 mm x 6.2-24.9 mm, and it weighs 830 grams. The tablet's speakers are placed on the back, which the company says provides better audio quality than the front-facing speakers on the 9.

Lenovo Yoga Tab 13's Design?

It comes in gray, with a matte finish, and with the 10,200-mAh battery can easily get you through a full workday. The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 has a 1,920x1,200, 8-inch, 2048 x 1536-pixel IPS display that's Dolby Vision compatible for richer colors. Lenovo built the Yoga Tab 13 with Android 11, ZUI 12.5. This tablet can play almost any game out there with no fps drops. Read more specs of Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 from GsmArena.

What's in the box

The Yoga Tab 13 has the standard tablet hardware: a tablet (7th generation Snapdragon processor), a mini HDMI cable, and a USB Type-C charger. The tablet connects via a USB Type-C connector. The power supply has a USB Type-C plug. It can accept power from either the keyboard dock or the keyboard via USB Type-C, or both simultaneously.

The Yoga Tab 13's light build and well-designed edges are a nice feature to behold, but it's the second and third models of the tablet that offer a little more to experience. You can get the Yoga Tab 3 Pro for $799. 


Neither model feels particularly innovative, as even the iPad Pro has a 360-degree hinge and the Yoga Tab 3 Pro features a Dolby Vision screen with a quad-core CPU. The Yoga Tab 3 Pro is more expensive than most Andriod tablets in the market — and the added features may make it worth the extra money if you're on the fence.

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