Lenovo is updating the unique Yoga E book of 2016, which got here with a touch-sensitive bottom-half, to a system which now comes with two shows, with the second being e-ink.
Like different Lenovo Yoga machines, the design right here takes middle stage. It’s beneath 0.4-inch thick, weighs 1.71 lbs and has the identical 360-degree “watch-band” hinge (pictured under) which we’ve come to admire in Yoga convertibles by now.
The laptop computer additionally pops open by knocking the highest twice, with accelerometer detecting the knock after which prompting the magnets and form shifting supplies to open up the Yoga E book.
The e-ink show too doubles as a keyboard, with haptic suggestions and animations accompanying every contact. It additionally helps an elective Wacom stylus with 4096 stress sensitivity ranges, although, there isn’t a slot to retailer it.
For starters, the machine comes with a 10.8-inch IPS LCD panel, which now has 2560 x 1600 decision. The 16:9 e-ink show additionally comes with 1080p decision.
Beneath the hood, you get both an Intel Core m3-7Y30 or Core i5-7Y54 processor. There’s Four GB RAM and 256 GB SSD storage accessible.
In contrast to the final mannequin, which got here with both Android or Home windows, Lenovo is barely releasing the Yoga E book this yr with Home windows 10 pre-installed.
There are two USB-C ports for connectivity, each of which might cost the laptop computer. Battery life is alleged to final 8.6 hours on a single cost.
Lastly, the refinements right here imply that the pricing has taken a large bounce too, from $550 for the Home windows model in 2016, to $999 now. That is likely to be a bit too shut for consolation with a number of the different Home windows laptops, although, this technology nonetheless makes extra sense than earlier than.