If Lenovo's sleek new Yoga Book had you turning your head like it did ours, you can now order one direct from Lenovo's UK website. The unique Windows 10-powered 2-in-1 comes in at just under £510, and is due to ship in 11 business days.
For your money, you'll nab a 10.1-inch IPS display, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. All of this runs on Windows 10 Pro powered by a 2.4GHz Intel Atom processor.
The real star of the show on the Yoga Book, however, is its unique "Halo Keyboard" that only shows up on the lower portion of the notebook when you need it. But when the keyboard is "off" is when things start to get interesting. You can use the formerly keyboard-occupied surface to draw with Lenovo's Real Pen stylus, giving you "the precision and control you expect from a traditional pen on paper," Lenovo says.
Be sure to check out our hands-on with the Yoga Book for our initial thoughts on this crazy PC. And be sure to let us know in the comments if you're planning to pick up a Yoga Book of your own!
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