Earlier in September, there was a huge excitement at the IFA 2016 tech event when Lenovo, the Chinese company showcased the Lenovo Yoga Book which was a whole new kind of device. There was no specific device like the Yoga Book.
While it created a buzz around the world, Lenovo has finally confirmed that the device is set to launch in India on December 13. With the dates now revealed and if you are looking forward to see the device upclose, you can now set a reminder on your calendar.
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Moreover, Lenovo has distributed media invites for the event on December 13 where it will be unveiling the 'thinnest' laptop hybrid in the country.
Essentially a 2-in-1 device, the Lenovo Yoga Book has taken the mobile productivity to a new level.The device features a 10.1-inch full HD (1200x1920 pixels) display and is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom x5-Z8550 processor coupled with 4GB LPDDR3 RAM.
As for the storage capability, the device offers 64GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 128GB using a microSD card.
The Yoga Book features Dolby Atmos and a powerful 8500mAh battery. On the camera front, the laptop sports an 8MP auto-focus rear camera and a 2MP fixed-focus camera.
Other Interesting Features
Another significant and unique feature of the Lenovo Yoga Book is that it comes with a Halo keyboard and a real-pen accessory. The Halo keyboard is in the place of physical keys and comes with an inbuilt AI software which tracks the user's typing and navigation habits.
On the other hand, the real-pen accessory can be used to write or draw on the halo keyboard just like a real pen.
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The Lenovo Yoga Book comes with both Android and Windows OS and has been priced accordingly. Although the device is yet to be launched in India, the Lenovo Yoga Book running Android had been priced at EUR 499 (approximately Rs. 37,300) and the Yoga Book running Windows) is priced at EUR 599 (approximately Rs. 44,700).
However, the company has not clarified whether both versions will be available in the market or not.
Well, as we have already heard much about the 2-in-1 device and that it has already been tagged as an amalgamation of mobile-laptop use, the question now is that, will Lenovo Yoga Book excite and bring the Indian people to their knees as it had done to the community at the IFA 2016 event.