Unexpected Lenovo Yoga Book ‘A12’ shows on Amazon
It has been a while now that we have come across anything interesting in the world of tablets. Lenovo’s release of the Yoga Book sometime back brought about a wave of excitement with new and exciting features. The device also has a solid overall value. But at the same it turned out to be nothing perfect. Now, it appears as though the company is endowing a form factor another try with a new Lenovo Yoga Book model. It comes at a cost effective price and a larger display.
- Fariha Khan
- January 24, 2017
While the new Yoga Book hasn’t officially been announced so far, it looks pretty impressive. The device is currently called as the “Yoga A12 Tablet”. It features a larger 12.2-inch display this time at 1280×800. We don’t know yet about its processor, but have an idea that it’s still a quad-core Intel chipset listed with 2.4GHz speed. Other online listings display the Intel Atom x5-Z8550 that goes with those specs.
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The Lenovo Yoga Book runs on top of 2GB of RAM as well as Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, seemingly with the similar efficiency oriented skin as was there on the earlier version. The Amazon listing also references 128GB of storage, however, it appears to be a little improbable that we will get so much storage at this price.
A notable complaints about the “Halo Keyboard” on earlier original Yoga Book was its compactness, but with the added size on the latest version this problem will end. Unluckily, the Amazon listing doesn’t assure the reappearance of the Wacom drawing digitizer on that identical extra panel.
Lenovo Yoga Book has yet to officially reveal this Yoga Book. It’s possible as well that this model could also release the Chrome OS variant that we’ve been anticipating for a while now.