Lenovo pays special attention to transformers of the Yoga line – multi-mode laptops with loops rotating 360 degrees. Almost two years ago the company went even further and introduced the first generation Lenovo Yoga Book – a laptop with a second display instead of a physical keyboard and touchpad.
At the Computex 2018 held in early June, the company announced the second generation of Lenovo Yoga Book – thinner and lighter. Having conducted polls among users, Lenovo found that modern people on average use the smartphone 80-100 times a day for 1.5-2 minutes. And the laptop spends at least 25-30 minutes, but only 4-5 times a day. The new generation Lenovo Yoga Book belongs to an intermediate class of devices and combines the simplicity and ease of smartphones with the power of portable notebooks.
The keyboard unit remained virtual, but the technology of electronic ink came to the place of the LEDs. Support for touch input using the stylus has remained in place. The main innovation is the support of artificial intelligence, which automatically modifies the keyboard for current tasks. The weaker Intel Atom Z8350 is replaced with Intel Core m3 and i5 processors for ultraportable computers with passive cooling. Other technical characteristics of the company were left in secret.
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Laptop Without Keyboard Lenovo Yoga Book is Presented in the Second Generation
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