Lenovo has announced an inexpensive model of its progressive, more often than not extraordinary Lenovo Yoga Book, the aptly-named Yoga A12.
Geared toward rising markets and those not seeking out the strength and additional expense of the Yoga Book itself, the Yoga A12 pares back the strength — it has an Intel Atom x5 chip, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage by default — to go with the 12.2-inch HD display, although it’s doubtful whether or not it’s 720p or 1080p (I’d venture to say the former).
The Yoga Book’s keystone feature, the Halo keyboard, makes a return on the Yoga A12, which the employer says has been improved and thinned out considering its first new release.
That the Yoga A12 runs Android out of the container is a given, however, this version will no longer come with a windows alternative, unlike its more luxurious counterpart.
There’s also no stylus enter assist, which leant the Yoga Book some thing of a productivity win with a sure demographic, however the tablet does have a 360-hinge that can be positioned in many methods.
The Yoga 12 goes on sale Friday, February eight for $299 in one in all two shades: Gunmetal gray or Rose Gold.