Lenovo Yoga Book hands-on

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30 thoughts on “Lenovo Yoga Book hands-on

  1. Is the CPU good enough to run Office programs simultaneously or to run programming relevant software (such as BlueJ, AutoIt, Visual C++) ?
    Also, can you play Android games on it like Hearthstone or Traffic racer?

  2. having never used a android computer os? or chrome OS? is it worth getting this as an android OS or a Windows OS. I love android, and is a android fanboy on mobile, but i stray away from android Tab, or any tablets tbh. i do like windows 10, but is wondering if android os can run the normal softwares youd expect from a windwos? minus games and stuff, can it run stuff like netflix, or a desktop version of chrome ( i dont like the mobile version on a big screen) and stuf like that?

  3. lacking physical keyboard that gives real haptic feedback will be deal breaker for many if not all. it would be better if the tablet can be swapped with a real keyboard.

  4. Mannn, i just saw an episode of black mirror, a series of netflix about the future (Recommend it a lot) that a woman has laptop that looks exactly like this one. Amazing design,

  5. i'm liking the look of that, one thing about the convertible laptop is having a keyboard face down on the table. Is quite a clever solution.

  6. I was a wacom bamboo user. then met galaxy note 3. Wow! I can draw on screen! then decided to buy a windows tab with on screen wacom support. got a cube i7 stylus. what happened? faced parallax for the first time and its horrible. On screen active stylus also have many issues. So, I think, this would be the best solution for the artists on the go. If this design succeeds, then Lenovo and Wacom might try a "pro" version of this, with powerful hardwares and a Intuos Pro surface. perhaps maybe fingers crossed

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