Lenovo Tablet doubles as second monitor

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  1. desertlap

    desertlap Pen Pro - Senior Member Senior Member

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    @crazycat
    When we saw it, it was display only, but they told us that it would get pen support via a firmware update . Enabled via USB or if the PC supports it, over HDMI via ethernet over HDMI. FWIW we could only find one system in our test lab that has the full HDMI implementation that supports ethernet over HDMI, a Dell Latitude.
     
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    couldn't help but chuckle when I read this

    "It’s not a perfect display - the max brightness of 400 nits is a little low"

    For an Android tablet I guess that is low, but for the purpose of a 2nd monitor its quite high compared to the competition, which is largely all 200-300 nits.
     
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