Lenovo brand is very creative when it comes to innovative tech productio.
The tech gian is known for creating a wide variety of products, and their notebooks and laptops are arguably some of their most popular devices.
Though they can be hit or miss at times, they are generally reliable and reasonably priced. However, every now and then, the company seems to focus particularly on wild design idea; Lenovo’s Yoga Book was an excellent example of that and it was quite different from the usuall laptops seen around.
Launched back in 2016, the device features a keyboard-less design and incredibly thick bezels, an interesting feature that got people so curious about the product back then.
However, the laptop was not a perfrct design with its many software problem especially. Although it was outstanding for its innovative 2 in 1 hybrid deaign, long battery life, and above-average stylus functionality.
With Lenovo’s latest Yoga book, it appears that the company is taking some of those frustrations into account with its latest iteration while doubling down on some of the things that made its predecessor great.
The latest incarnation of the 2-in-1, dubbed the “Yoga Book C930,” boasts a few unique new features. Naturally, the touch keyboard is making a return, but it uses different technology this time.
Instead of using a “halo” touchscreen, the Yoga Book features an electronic ink display, similar to what you’d find in Amazon’s Kindle e-readers. When you don’t need to use the keyboard, it can be converted into an e-ink sketchpad, which can be used with the Yoga Book’s included stylus which is a more productive usage of space.
With a few tech savvy having a glimps on the new keyboard, it totally feels much better to type on than its predecessor, due in large part to the C930’s new haptic feedback features.