Lenovo’s new offering, the Lenovo Yoga Book first impressions and Preview: Features, specifications and price details

Lenovo is never shy in bringing new innovative ideas to the real life. Recently, the Chinese company introduced a new 2-in-1 laptop/tablet, the Lenovo Yoga Book at the IFA 2016. One of the most significant feature of the Yoga Book is its innovative touch-sensitive keyboard that can also be used as a drawing slate or note pad.

Specifications of Lenovo Yoga Book

The Lenovo Yoga Book features a 10.1-inch full-HD (1080p) IPS touch display and also offers AnyPen stylus support. This means you can use any object as a stylus in order to use the screen. The Yoga Book weighs just 1.52 pounds (0.69 kg) and is 0.38 inch (9.6 mm) thick that makes it absolutely thin and light weight. The Yoga Book is backed with a 8,500 mAh battery that can deliver you up to 13 hours of battery back up.

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Image Source: Theverge.com

The Yoga Book can run on both Windows and Android OS. So, you can choose the OS you love the most. The device is powered by an 2.4 GHz quad-core Intel Atom x5-Z8550 processor that comes with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage that can be expanded further up to 128 GB via micro-SD card. The Yoga Book features an 8 mega-pixel rear camera and a 2 mega-pixel front camera.

Features of Lenovo Yoga Book

The Yoga Book’s 10-inch display can be folded 360 degree via Lenovo’s hinge that we can see on the Lenovo Yoga 900 and recently announced Yoga 910 laptops. So you can transform the Yoga Book into tablet, laptop or a drawing pad with an ease. Also, to use this display, the Yoga Book comes with a stylus which is actually a pen with real ink.

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Now, the slate of the Yoga Book has a capacitive touch panel with EMR Pen Technology and can be used as a drawing pad in Pen mode and a capacitive keyboard when you need to type on it. In the Keyboard mode, the slate of the Yoga Book turns into an illuminated QWERTY key pad. Each key gives you an haptic feedback while typing. Typing on Yoga Book will give you the feeling as if you are typing on a smartphone or tablet screen.

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If you need to use the slate for drawing, then you just need to tap a button. You just need to sketch on the slate and can see the creations on the display. To be better, Lenovo includes a magnetic pad of paper that attaches to the slate and you can use the slate just like a real note book. The stylus comes with ink cartridges that are easy to find at any office supply store, and you can use any paper you like. If you attach the paper pad to the slate, you’ll have both a digital and an analog copy of your notes.

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Image Source: Computershopper.com

Price and Availability

The only disappointing factor of the Yoga Book is that the company has not announced any details regarding the price or availability of the Yoga Book. But it is said that the Windows version of the Yoga Book will cost you more than the Android Version. Every Yoga Book comes with the Pen, three ink cartridges and a note book that attaches to the slate magnetically.

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Image Source: Lenovo.com

The Lenovo Yoga Book is truly a fantastic offering by the company for the people who love to sketching on there smartphones or laptops. Also, the company has surely made something very innovative in terms of technology. We’ll surely update you with the pricing and availability of the Yoga Book.

Read: Lenovo MiiX 510, Yoga 910 and Yoga Tab 3 goes official at IFA 2016

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