Though Lenovo hasn’t officially announced its Yoga Book two-in-one device’s launching date, the company is now taking pre-orders from its clients for its smart device whose shipping date is set to on October 17, therefore, it is clear that this Chinese tech giant is not going to unveil its impressive tablet and laptop combined gadget until October.
The Yoga Book is a really extraordinary item, offering a 10.1-inch 1080p touchscreen alongside a touchpad that pulls twofold into a console or a portrayal pad. It additionally accompanies a stylus for drawing and an exceptionally attractive pad that clasps on attractively so you can really draw on paper and record your creations electronically onscreen in the meantime. Besides that, Lenovo’s special watchband pivot is offering an entire 360-degrees of revolution. It additionally packs a Dolby Atmos speakers, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of capacity, a 15-hour battery and an Intel Atom quad-core processor. It runs either Android 6.0 Marshmallow or Windows 10 Home.
However, after the middle of October, Yoga Book will appear in the market but before that this information may help you to determine which version you want to go for. There are two versions coming with Lenovo’s Yoga Book, one is Android which will cost around $499.99, while another one is the Windows version costing $549.99. What is more, for the Android version, you will get three color options to choose from: Black, Gray, and Gold, whereas Windows has just one option, Black.