Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Convertible Windows 8 Tablet

Few months ago, we heard that Lenovo was developing their very own Microsoft Windows 8 convertible machine, and that is no other than IdeaPad Yoga. Compared to other tablets, it has a much wider screen, treated with 13-inch display with multi-touch fully functional support. However, nobody except for those folks working behind its development got a chance to catch the first version of this device but tech journalists already gave us an idea coming from the recent Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, Nevada last January.

While Samsung continue to embrace the Android capability to support their gadgets, Lenovo finds a great way to accept the performance of the upcoming new operating system of Microsoft for its functionality. This might be a good start for them as they entered the competition of slate computers, right? Furthermore, features of IdeaPad Yoga is not yet clear for those who are not aware of what we can get from this convertible computing platform. But in recently, someone spotted a promotional stuff that this machine is now headed to U.K for about 1,200-pound.

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Convertible Tablet

The price is not so friendly as what we thought and it is because of its underlying and supporting device. See the following for the available specs of IdeaPad Yoga:
  • CPU: Intel Core i-Series
  • RAM: 2GB or more
  • Storage: 8GB SSD (with a built-in additional drive)
  • Operating System: Windows 8
  • Connectivity: Typical Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
There is no words for MicroSD slot, USB and HDMI ports, and other features. The company seems hiding that at this moment but continue to tease us in the other side. This might be a powerful machine that can compete to the performance of a gaming laptops but in terms of screen resolution, it has been optimized to 1600 x 900-pixels high-definition (HD) capability.

We will end from here but of course, you can take a few round to know more of what we can get from the first convertible laptop of Lenovo. Availability will probably start in European market but we need to wait for few months from now before it hits the United States stores.



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