Lenovo Yoga Book
This 2-in-1 device takes its Book moniker seriously – when spread out flat, the device looks similar like a book than a notebook or even a tablet.
The Yoga Book features a “halo keyboard”, which is a full touch screen backlit keyboard that mixes software and hardware into the interface. The glass touch screen includes an anti-glare coating to create a touch-typing experience, which should be useful since there are no physical keys.
As an alternative, it displays as a solid white outline on the Yoga Book’s second panel, and it’s only on when the user needs a keyboard. Software is also included that “learns about and adapts to the typing habits of its user.
The second panel also comes in manageable when it’s paired with the real-pen accessory, a dual-use stylus. With the stylus, users will be able to imitate writing with pen and paper, users can write on the paper and the handwriting or drawing will digitize on the second panel.
Key Features of Lenovo Yoga Book:
- It’s fun to doodle on
- The metal chassis looks nice
- It’s fun to doodle
- There are no physical keys
- It only has micro SD, micro USB and mini HDMI inputs
- The hinge looks like pretty much every Yoga hinge
- Running an Intel Atom X5 processor and include 4GB of memory
Lenovo Yoga Book – Price and release date:
- The Yoga Book is up for sale now in two versions.
- The Windows version of the Yoga Book will cost £549.
- The Android model will set you back a more modest £449.
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Lenovo Miix 510 detachable
Lenovo will be giving the Miix 510 a 6th gen Intel Core i7 processor. We are also looking at a 12.2-inch display, and the device even comes with an combined kickstand so that users can prop it up on a table or on their laps. It will also run on a full version of Windows 10, so users won’t have to worry about productivity. The Miix 510 will also come with support for LTE, but that will be region-specific.
Key Features of Lenovo Miix 510 detachable:
- The new system includes features such as a 12.2-inch display.
- The processor that goes up to 6th-generation Intel Core i7 .
- Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and optional LTE network connections.
- The storage space is up to 1TB via the PCIe solid-state drive.
- This is the latest Windows detachable system – the Miix 510 can be used as a traditional notebook if you like, but then detach from the keyboard and operate as a tablet.
Lenovo Miix 510 detachable –Price and release date:
The Miix 510 starts at $599.99 and will be available in October 2016.
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Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible:
Lenovo announces that the Yoga 910 is the “world’s thinnest Intel Core i convertible”, the Yoga 910 is a sleek and powerful laptop that makes a stylish statement about how you work and play. While its all-metal unibody design and ultrathin bezel catch the eye.
Key Features of Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible:
- A 14.3mm profile get your rulers out!.
- Users will get to choose between a 13.9-inch full HD or 4K display for viewing photos or watching videos
- The sound is enhanced through a Dolby Audio Premium speaker system.
- The battery life has expanded to now support up to 15.5 hours of live.
Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible – Price and release date:
Starting at $1,299, the Yoga 910 will be available in October this year
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus:
This Android-based tablet now brings “the complete cinematic entertainment experience to Yoga tablet users at all price points.
Key Features of Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus:
- The device includes a 10.1-inch 2K display,
- 3D sound from four front-facing JBL Speakers (with Dolby Atmos technology)
- Cool hole that lets you hang the device on the wall (or the back of a seat) for viewing.
- The Lenovo Media Cast software allows user’s stream audio via Bluetooth or video via Miracast to the Yoga Tab 3 Plus from other devices.
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Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus – Price and release date:
Starting at $299.99, the Yoga Tab 3 Plus will be available in October.