Chinese electronics giant Lenovo has launched an Android tablet with a touch keyboard and a stylus that allows users to write on paper and digitally at the same time, in a move that will pit it against the likes of Huawei and Apple in a battle to find growth in a declining market.
The Yoga Book, which was unveiled on Wednesday at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, features a 10.1 inch screen and is 9.6 millimeters thin, as Lenovo targets the product as a portable productivity and entertainment device.
Key features include:
- 64 gigabyte internal storage with space for a 128 gigabyte Micro SD card
- 4 GB of RAM
- Fast charging technology
- Availability in Android and Windows 10
- Android version starts at $499
- Windows version starts at $599
- It also comes with an LTE version that allows users to put in a SIM card to connect to the mobile internet. This version costs adds $100 more to each version.