“The Holiday Spectacular!” is the largest NY Pepcom Event of the year. Here are three gadgets I found there. We start with two new Lenovo Yoga books, with keyboards you never saw before.
The new Lenovo Yoga Book is really slender as you'll see in the video. Lenovo says it's the world’s thinnest 2-in-1, the Yoga Book is 9.6mm closed, tapering to 4.05mm at its slimmest edge – a thickness of just under three pennies. It's also lightweight at 690 grams (1.52 pounds), so you can easily hold and carry it like a book. It has a15-hour battery life and a unique watchband hinge that folds 360 degrees. It features a 10.1-inch IPS FHD screen, and sound enhanced with Dolby Atmos. The halo keyboard lacks any physical keys, showing up as a solid white outline on the Yoga Book’s second panel only when it’s needed. Built-in, sensitive haptic technology, enables touch feedback to guide typing and reduce mistakes. Users can also write with the real-pen accessory that holds real ink tips onto a piece of paper or notepad covering the multi-use keyboard panel, or as a stylus when applied straight onto the panel. Everything they create, from doodles and drawings to notes, is instantly digitized and saved with the Lenovo note-saving app.The real-pen accessory is powered by Wacom feel™ IT technologies to work with the state-of-the-art electro-magnetic resonance (EMR) film housed within the multi-use keyboard, which enables this real-time digitization. Yoga Book’s is powered by an Intel Atom X5 processor and offers 4GB of memory. And Windows users also have the option to work on that platform, as the Yoga Book is available on Windows 10. It has 64GB of memory. Pricing for the Yoga Book will start at €499 for the Android version and €599 for the Windows version. In the US, the Yoga Book will be sold online by the end of October.
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