At IFA 2016 in Berlin, Lenovo announced the Yoga Book 2-in-1 laptop. Its killer feature is its flat keyboard called Halo Keyboard. It doubles as a writing surface, since it is pressure sensitive, and comes with self-learning features such as predictive input, auto-correct and auto-complete.
Thanks to its hinge taken from the larger Yoga 910 convertible, you can make the Yoga Book look like a tablet quite easily.
On the inside, there’s an Intel Atom x5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The screen is 10.2″ and has 1080p resolution.
The Lenovo Yoga Book weighs just 680 grams and is 9.6mm thick. Lenovo ships it with a Wacom stylus, which doesn’t need charging. It uses an EMR pen technology, allowing you to write or draw on the screen with 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity and 100-degree angle detection.
Pricing of the Lenovo Yoga Book starts at 599/$549 for the Windows version, while the one with Android costs 499/$499. The 4G model will be a bit pricier.