Lenovo comes with Chrome OS version of Yoga Book

Sep

6

2016

Lenovo is equipping a version of its Yoga with Chrome OS, so the Chinese company has announced. The manufacturer sees Chrome OS as a serious option for hardware, partly because of the arrival of Android apps to the operating system.

The campaign manager for the laptop from Lenovo, Matt Lazare, the advent of Yoga with Chrome OS across TechRadar confirmed . “I can tell you that Chrome OS is something we seriously think, especially with the major updates coming and giving access to the Android app ecosystem.” Details about the Chrome OS version of the Yoga Book he did not. “You’ll see that we get this hardware platform to Yoga Book. Gradually you hear obviously more about this.”

Lenovo announced the Yoga Facebook last week at the IFA fair in Berlin. The company will initially versions of Android and Windows 10. One of the special features is the “halo keyboard, a touch-sensitive surface that supports multi-touch and haptic feedback, if users text to introduce a full qwerty keyboard displays. It could also be drawn and written on the surface agree with stylus, then the entry can appear on the screen instantly.

This 10.1 “screen has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. The Yoga Book has a thickness of 9.6 mm and a weight of 690 grams. The processor is an Intel Atom x5-Z8550 with Intel HD Graphics 400 GPU, there is 4GB LPDDR3 memory and the battery has a capacity of 8500mAh. Yoga Book coming this month in the UK market and will cost from 499 euros for the Android version and from 599 euros in the Windows version.

Viewing:-77

In: Technology & Gadgets Asked By: [15780 Red Star Level]

Answer this Question

You must be Logged In to post an Answer.

Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »