Lenovo announced the Yoga A12, a new member of the family. One of the most innovative product, the Yoga Book came to the fore with its touchy Halo keyboard, which does not have a physical key, and its successful design.
The Lenovo Yoga A12, powered by a 12.2-inch HD screen that turns 360 degrees, only works with the Android operating system.
The Yoga A12, powered by the Intel Atom x5 processor, has 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage and 12.2-inch HD touchscreen. The Lenovo Yoga A12, which also has Halo keyboard and pen support. With a battery life of 13 hours, the Yoga A12 will be available in two different colors, black and rose gold.
Starting at $299 ( £240 in the UK )for the base model, Yoga A12, which is a serious threat to Chromebooks and affordable tablets in particular and the Lenovo Yoga A12 will be available on February 8 on Lenovo’s website.
The Yoga A12 has Android 6.0.1. Lenovo said it plans to upgrade Android 6.0.1 to Android 7.0 in the next couple of months. The screen has a resolution of 1200 x 800 pixels, and its components are aging.
Lenovo Yoga A12’s top attraction is the Halo keyboard. The Halo keyboard skips on physical keys and rather augments keys on a backlit surface. The keys offer nice feedback.
According to Lenovo, it’s 5.4mm thin at its slimmest edge and weighs less than one kilogram. It’s made of magnesium and aluminum.
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