Lenovo has announced the PawPad Yoga 9, a 13-inch laptop designed specifically for the furry feline in your life. Running the Panther 919 CPU and a 13-inch FHD (Feline High Definition) display with Jaguar Glass, the laptop has Meow Recognition mode, a Pawprint Scanner as well as a Tent Mode / Hiding Place, all aimed at ensuring that your cat has easy access to all the features Curtains 10 OS has to offer.

Says Lenovo:

Cats wake up long before alarm clocks do; prevent your feline companion from yowling at you by giving her complete access to her PawPad Yoga 9. She can logon herself using our pawprint scanner, and with the appropriate training, start an entertaining app with the swipe of a paw on the multitouch screen.

During your cat's training stage, while he's learning how to logon and start apps, you might want to give him further incentive by leaving the Yoga 9 next to his food and water bowls. That's okay – the backlit keyboard is crumb-proof, water-proof, and, in case your cat wants to clean himself, dander-proof!

The hardware on offer with the PawPad Yoga 9 is nothing short of cutting-edge:

Category Features
Processor Panther 919
Operating System Curtains 10
Trackpoint/Touchpad Scratchpad, Limited "Cat Got Your Tongue" Button on Trackpoint
Camera / Meowcrophone 1MP 720p Fish-Eye Lens, Digital Array Meowcrophone
Voice Controls Meow Recognition
Graphics Integrated Graphics with Two Modes -- Night Vision or Daytime Use, Optional Discreet Graphics -- Hides Behind Furniture
Audio POUNC by Prey -- Low-Frequency Circular Projection, to Mimic Cats' Hearing, Static Hiss Control
Battery Up to 9 Lives of Non-Productivity
Display 13" FHD (Feline High Definition) with Jaguar Glass
Security and Manageability Meow Recognition, Pawprint Scanner, Tent Mode / Hiding Place
Keyboard Dander-Proof, Spill-Proof, Hairball-Proof, with Heated Keys
Connectivity Sabertooth 4.0
Weight Supports up to a 25-Pound Cat

There's even a slew of official accessories. Head to the link below to see what you get with the PawPad Yoga 9. How many of you want this to be an actual thing?

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