Lenovo Yoga Book Latest News & Updates: Specs, Features, Price, Reviews & More Exciting Details Unfold! Check It Out Here!

By Rehn de Guia , Updated Nov 11, 2016 07:52 PM EST
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Months have passed since Lenovo Yoga Book was released and fans can't get enough of the high-end gadget. Though there are some reviews saying that it has software issues, still, the high-tech device got an over-all okay rate.

Lenovo Yoga Book Specifications

Lenovo Yoga Book has a cost-saving Quad-Core Intel Atom x5-Z8550 with 2-megabyte cache to 2.4 GHz. Applications will flawlessly run on 4GB RAM with 64GB ROM with a microSD card that can hold 128GB capacity.

Tech News World cited that Lenovo Yoga Book carries 8500 mAh which users can generally use the book for 13 hours or up to 70 days of standby time. Selfie lovers will surely love a decent photo with its 2-megapixel front facing camera and an impressive 8-megapixel primary camera.

Lenovo Yoga Book has a 10.1-inch full high-definition IPS 1920 x 1200 touch screen. The high-end device has 70% gamut color and rates its brightness at 400 nits.

The Lenovo Yoga Book is available in both Android Marshmallow and Windows 10 Home. The advanced book Android version is for only $500 while Windows variant is for $550.

Lenovo Yoga Book Features

PC Advisor noted that the two different versions of Lenovo Yoga Book both runs with a pen. The Android book comes with EMR pen while in Windows version goes with Any Pen technology.

Each Lenovo Yoga Book version has its own preloaded apps. For Android, it has Collection, SHAREit, SYNCit, Lenovo's Note Saver, McAfee Security, TouchPal IME, and Evernote ArtRage. Of course, Google needed apps are also included such as Google Slides, Google Docs, and Google Sheets.

Lenovo Yoga Book Windows version comes with Microsoft Office Mobile that includes MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and OneNote. Evernote ArtRage trial version is also in this variant.

Lenovo Yoga Book Reviews

Some tech-lovers gave feedback regarding Lenovo Yoga Book. In a recent report, the high-tech device is not meant as a heavy computing machine, it is more of a mobile gadget. The Android version is said to be more useful though it is not using the latest Android version.

On the other hand, Lenovo Yoga Book Windows version has a lot of lags. It takes time to power up, applications froze not only once but several times.

Reactions against Lenovo Yoga Book Windows are on the record but still competing with average class computing devices. Will the book's production team be working on updates for the improvement zones? Stay tuned for latest news here at GamenGuide.

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