World's Thinnest Laptop: "Yoga" Book

Posted: Sep 1 2016, 10:41am CDT | by , in Notebooks and PCs

World's Thinnest Laptop: "Yoga" Book
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Lenovo announced quite a few refreshed tablets and laptops at IFA Berlin. One of the most talked about laptops is their update to the Lenovo Yoga 900 series - the Lenovo 910. It has a 7th generation Intel processor. However, one of the laptops in this series really took the cake: The Yoga Book. This computer is only 0.38 inches thick, making it the thinnest laptop available int he world. It makes the Macbook look like an absolute brick.

The keyboard on the Yoga Book doubles as a drawing tablet. It is officially called a "Halo Keyboard." According to some sources, it is just like typing on a tablet's keyboard, so there are goods and bads with it. It is nice because the keyboard separates from the display, making it even thinner.

The nice change is that you can press a button and get the drawing tablet, which has been said to behave like a Wacom tablet. You can then use a reporting pen to transfer the data. It takes a little longer to get used to, but it works extremely well.

The Yoga Book has an Intel Atom processor, 64 GB of storage with microSD support, 13 hours of promised battery life, 4G LTE capabilities, 802.11 AC Wi-Fi, front and rear cameras, and a 10.1-inch, 1980 x 1200 display.

Over at Gizmodo, they have tried it, and they did notice that there were some buggy moments. However, the laptop itself doesn't ship until October, so there is plenty of time to make the necessary changes for a better user experience. There will be two versions: a $550 Windows 10 version and a $500 Android version.

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