Lenovo is ready with a convertible and folding laptop/tablet. The company sets its name the IdeaPad Yoga, which will run on Windows 8 OS. Recently, Lenovo has tweeted the device image along with a short message “It won’t be long now.” This device was shown off earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. And set to release the same day when Windows 8 officially launch, October 26.
The interesting new feature of the IdeaPad Yoga is you can fold this device around almost 360 degrees. That means, you can transform it into a tablet.
According to the ABC news, Lenovo will release two versions of the Yoga. One version will have an Intel processor and other version will have a lower-powered ARM Nvidia Tegra processor. The ARM version’s battery life is almost double than the Intel version.
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