Whenever we see the new convertibles launching these days, they are running Microsoft’s Windows 10 OS, but this latest Yoga A12 from Lenovo’s family comes with the new trend of a new convertible constructed of features and magnesium running on the Android operating system.
Yoga A12 consists of Intel Atom x5 processor, which is quite not good at any performance contests but with the better batter life (13 hours on a single charge). The battery capacity is 10500mAH.
Yoga A12 features touch-based Halo keyboard like Yoga book, but you won’t find earlier model’s pen input or Windows 10 option. But there is still a portable design that can fold into a slate. It shows the display of 12.2-inch which is priced at $299.
Lenovo’s Yoga A12 Specification consists of 2GB of RAM and you’ll be graced with 32GB of internal storage. It runs on Android operating system. The Yoga A12 highlights the keyboard, rather than employing the keyboard with moving keys, the Halo Keyboard relies on a touch screen with an anti-glare matte finish.
Halo Keyboard has an incredibly thin design which is just 5.4mm thick at its slimmest point, and it is still “Yoga” at heart. When compare to the Yoga book, the digitizer is one of the Yoga book feature which is not seen in Yoga A12.
As a member of the Yoga family, Yoga A12 features a 360-degree hinge to convert A12 to a tablet form factor. It has four work modes: Laptop, Tablet, Stand and Tent.
The Lenovo’s Yoga A12 is on sale on Lenovo’s website on February 8th in Gunmetal Grey or Rose Gold colors.