We were very impressed with the Yoga Book when we checked it out a few weeks ago at IFA. The 10.1-inch tablet has the "Halo Keyboard" that shows its virtual keys when you need to use it like a regular notebook, but the keys can also be turned "off" so that the surface can be used as a digital drawing surface with Lenovo's Real Pen stylus. The keyboard also flips around 180 degrees so the Yoga Book can be used like a tablet with its IPS screen. Other specs include a 2.4GHz Intel Atom processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
Shipments of the Windows 10-based Lenovo Yoga Book are scheduled to begin on October 17, so you might have a while to wait before it reaches your doorstep.
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