Rabindra Dhungel, 1 september 2020. Chinese company Lenovo has unveiled an attractive product ‘Yoga Book’ at the IFA, Europe’s largest gadget fair, which started in Germany on Thursday. After three years of preparation, Lenovo has launched the ‘Yoga Book’, a hybrid version of laptops and tablets, targeting laptop users.
The yoga book does not have a keyboard. There are two screens. The screen can be rotated 360 degrees. A screen can also be used as a touch keyboard. Such a keyboard can be turned on and off as needed. It can also be written as a slate with a finger or a pen. Only one such screen can be used separately.
Even if you enjoy handwriting like in the old days, if you put white paper on the screen and write with a simple pen, it works wonderfully.
The feature that can attract Nepali users is the durability of the battery. The company claims that its battery lasts up to 15 hours.
The Yoga Book with 11.1-inch full HD resolution screen is powered by Intel Atom’s 2.4 GHz processor. It has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. Micro SD card up to 128 GB can be used.
The Yoga Book has options for both Android and Windows operating systems. Windows users will have to pay a little more.