Lenovo is by all accounts chipping away at a follow-up to the Yoga Book — the company’s 2016 convertible laptop that swapped out a standard console for a configurable, contact touchy surface.
Agreeing to regulatory filings logged at the Bluetooth SIG site (and spotted by Liliputing), the Chinese tech organization is creating two new items: one “Lenovo Pen Pro,” and one “YogaBook2 Pro.” Obviously we can’t say much in regards to these gadgets from their names alone, however it suggests continuations are en route to the 2016 PC and computerized pen.
The first Yoga Book was captivating; a ultra-thin convertible with a 10.1-inch screen that was accessible running Android (for $500) or Windows 10 ($650). You could utilize it as a straight tablet, a computerized scratch pad (with a packaged pen), or as a PC. In any case, while the Yoga Book’s outline and adaptability were great, the gadget was underpowered and its touch-touchy ‘Radiance’ console left numerous analysts chilly.
The Yoga Book’s ‘Radiance’ console supplanted mechanical keys with one touch-touchy surface.
The blended gathering to Yoga Book’s equipment implied Lenovo never released a guaranteed variation running Chrome OS. However, it launched a budget version in 2017, the Yoga A12, with costs beginning at $299 for thumped down specs included 2GB of RAM and 32GB of capacity.
In any case, what might a Yoga Book 2 Pro resemble? Apparently it would keep a similar essential plan, centered around a lightweight shape factor and 360-degree pivot. We’d in all probability get some updated innards as well; another processor and more memory. (It wouldn’t be difficult to beat the first, with its Intel Atom processor and 4GB of RAM.) The unavoidable issue, however, is would Lenovo stay with the touch-delicate console? It clearly didn’t help offer the gadget, however maybe the organization has built up. Another criticism instrument to make utilizing it more regular.