Lenovo made an attempt to change the old tablet formula and has come up with an interesting yoga book. This significant departure from Android tablets tags the Yoga book as “The ultimate 2-in-1 productivity tablet.” In contrast to other yoga tablets, Yoga Book tends towards generating content rather than consuming them.
The Yoga Book is a combination of two tablets joined at the hip. Unlike most Android tablets, it is one of the typical mobile device runs an Intel Atom x5-Z8550 processor. The idea behind Lenovo launching the device is to offer two different operating systems, Android or Windows 10 on the same hardware.
Coming to the specs, Lenovo Yoga book is pretty high-end. The 10.1 inch Full HD IPS LCD screen offers a resolution of 1920×1200. The device measures dimensions of 256.6 mm x 170.8 mm x 9.6 mm and weighs about 690 g. Intel Atom x5-Z8550 processor coupled with 4 gigs of RAM powers both the variants.
The device sports an internal memory of 64 GB which is expandable up to a maximum of 128 GB via provided microSD card slot. The main camera of 8MP is provided, and another 2 MP camera is equipped for video calling or so. Connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. An 8,500 mAh battery backs Lenovo Yoga Book.
It was announced at IFA 2016 back this year, the hybrid supports pen input and features an incredibly thin keyboard output. However, the provided keyboard is unmovable and has an attractive finish. Lenovo has included an auto-correct system in Yoga book to assist with the loss of physical keys.
Users to get handwritten contents transformed into digital format by placing Paper pads over the keyboard deck. According to reports, Lenovo’s new laptop battery serves a span of 15 hours which is much higher than Surface Pro 4’s 10 hours battery life.