Lenovo launched Yoga Book and it’s beautiful

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A mix of productivity and creativity , that could be the tagline of Lenovo’s new gadget, Yoga Book. With its revolutionary design it’s no wonder it took home the Reddot Design Award this year. With the cool Real Pen stylus, the tablet can be used both as a drawing/design tool and as a writing and multitasking device. With 15 hours autonomy and a 10.1 inch screen, this tablet/slim laptop can be used in any setting from school, where it’s shown as a great device to take notes using the pen (that then transfer to digital docs), to using the Halo screen as a graphic tablet.

Tech Specs:

Processor: Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8550 Processor(2M Cache, Quad-Core, Up to 2.4 GHz)
OS: Android™ 6.0.1 Marshmallow (but you can also choose Windows)
Dolby Atmos® sound
Memory:
4GB RAM
64GB ROM
Card Slot : microSD – up to 128 GB
Battery:
8500 mAh Li-ion
Standby: Over 70 Days
General Usage: 15 Hours
Dimensions: 10.1″ x 0.38″ x 6.72″
Display:
10.1″ FHD IPS(1920 x 1200)
16.7 Million
Touch:
On Screen : Capacitive Touch with AnyPen Technology
Create Pad : Capacitive Touch and EMR Pen Technology
Colors: carbon black, gunmetal grey available November 15), champagne gold (available November 15)
Camera:
8 MP
front: 2 MP
Sensors:
Vibrator
G-Sensor
Ambient Light Sensor
Hall Sensor
GPS
A-GPS
Apps included:
Lenovo Note Saver
Lenovo Collection
Lenovo SHAREit
Lenovo SYNCit
Google Docs
Google Sheets
Google Slides
McAfee® Security
Evernote® ArtRage
TouchPal IME

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The device can be used as a tablet, bends and ‘like magic’ offers a keyboard, and with a stretch can turn into a mini-cinema into your own home. With only 1.5 pounds you may think you found the perfect gadget for both creative and productive work. The only issues found by many is the Halo keyboard that doesn’t exactly offer the same experience and results of a real laptop. Fortunately the Yoga Book from Lenovo is perfect for the times when you have to work on the go, and even if the starting price ($499 for Android tablets and up to $550 for those with Windows) may not be for everyone, the tablet seems to have its target – college students (!) and creative types (designers, architects, illustrators, etc).