Lenovo Yoga Book hands-on review

We really have to give it to Lenovo for trying to reinvent tablets and notebooks so often. After reviewing their modular yet incredibly sturdy ThinkPad X1 Tablet, we’re now taking a look at the Yoga Book, which is something we’ve never seen before.

Although it looks like a typical Lenovo convertible at first glance, taking a peek at the keyboard reveals a lack of physical keys. That’s because the Yoga Book makes use of a touchscreen panel that lights up to become a virtual keyboard, and when the lights are off, you have a spacious surface to scribble on. Of course, it comes with a stylus pen to maximize your artistic potential.

And that’s only one facet of the Yoga Book. Talking about its two choices of operating system, trademark watchband hinge, and folding physique would take up an entire article — or rather, a full hands-on review. We have exactly what you’re looking for.

Watch the embedded video above, and join us in checking out this outrageous piece of technology. For all you know, it could be your next GadgetMatch!

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