The Chinese company Lenovo needs no introduction: it accounts for one in five PCs produced in the world. Especially popular are its laptops, which are of high quality and reliability. Another novelty from Lenovo - a convertible laptop Yoga Book C930 (a further development of the Yoga series) was presented in Berlin at the IFA 2018 consumer electronics exhibition.
As you know, the most advanced yogis can take dozens of bizarre poses. The Yoga Book C930 also boasts a functional variety. Depending on the wishes of the users, it can be a laptop, a tablet, a notebook, an easel and a textbook, which became possible thanks to the proprietary rotating mechanism with hinges made of modern materials.
Perhaps it is worth starting with the characteristics that you can, as they say, touch with your hands. When unfolded, the thickness of each of its sides is 4 mm, folded - 9, 9 mm, weight - 690 grams.
As for the most interesting feature of the new transformer, Lenovo ditched the physical keyboard, replacing it with a touchpad based on electronic ink.
If you need to write, draw or sketch, you can use the Real Pen stylus, which responds to 2048 pen pressure options and the slightest nuances of writing, and the special Create panel allows digital painting lovers to enjoy the creative process.
Those who prefer the Android version can simultaneously open and keep several applications open on the screen or minimize them, and if necessary, also quickly return to them. The "fans" of Windows are not forgotten either. They have version 10 at their disposal, including the Ink and Cortana features.
The 8500 mAh battery lasts for 13 hours of operation. The Intel Atom x5 processor delivers reliable long-term performance and high performance.
The price of the gadget is $ 999.