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Lenovo is developing a successor to the Yoga Book deformable book

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2018/6/1 19:09:59     readed:359

onat presentThe message is that we can't guess more details, but it will obviously match a better stylus.

The taste of the first Yoga Pro is that the ultra thin mobile device is equipped with a 10.1 inch screen, and can run a version of the operating system of Android ($500) or Windows 10 ($650).

You can straighten it into tablet computers, digital notebooks, or ordinary notebooks.

Unfortunately, although it is very clever in flexible design, Yoga Book is at a great disadvantage in performance and Halo touch keyboard, and it is associated with the version of the Chrome OS.

In 2017, the company launched the Yoga A12, which starts at $299, but the storage specification also fell to 2GB RAM 32GB ROM.

As for the YogaBook 2 Pro look, it is estimated to be similar to the original model, also around the light shape and 360 °hinges.


2016 Lenovo Yoga Book review (via)

But in terms of internal configuration, the YogaBook 2 Pro is expected to significantly improve processor and storage performance, and it is not difficult to adopt Intel's 4GB RAM, after all.

The biggest problem is whether Lenovo will follow the heavily denounced touch keypad, because many potential consumers are being discouraged by this - unless the company does it.DevelopmentA new feedback mechanism has been developed to make its use more natural.

YogaBook 2 Pro is expected to arrive later this year.

[compiled from:TheVerge]

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