Lenovo introduces the Yoga A12, ultrabook convertible tablet
Lenovo has just introduced the Yoga A12, its ultrabook-tablet without a physical keyboard. MeltyStyle takes stock of its features.
Just a few weeks meltyStyle confided to you that Lenovo had issued invitations to the 2017 MWC . On February 26, the Chinese manufacturer will hold a press conference during which several products – including the Moto G5? – will be presented. But one thing is for sure, he did not wait until the Barcelona show to raise the veil on his new ultrabook … Yeah, Yoga A12 has just been formalized! This is a new version of the Yoga Book unveiled during the IFA in Berlin last September. But this time, Android is the only option – Windows 10 was also part of the first product.
The A12 Yoga is equipped with a 12.2-inch screen with a 720p resolution, an Atom x5 processor coupled with 2 GB of RAM, and a storage capacity of 32 GB. It also has a battery life Of 13 hours. Apart from this last point, the characteristics are not eggs, it must be admitted! Lacking physical keyboard, Yoga A12 has a touch keyboard that adapts to the typing user . Thanks to the intelligent learning system, it finds the most used words, and makes them go up. Finally, a highlight of this ultrabook, it can be transformed into a touch pad via the hinge pivoting 360 ° – a stylus is proposed with the device. As for price, we are on $ 299 and color, you have the choice between a gray version and a pink gold version. The A12 Yoga will be available from February 7th. Meanwhile, (re) discovered the patent filed by Lenovo for an iris scanner . Interested in Yoga A12?