Lenovo Yoga A12 — unusual convertible tablet with keyboard Halo and Android
Lenovo has introduced a mobile Yoga A12. It is a convertible mobile PC that is running Android, though the company calls the new tablet.
But the question of terminology is hardly worth special attention. As it is not called, but the device is quite interesting. First, due to the design and application of an adapted version of Android, and secondly, due to the Halo keyboard that adapts to the user. A traditional keyboard is not here, instead there is a huge touch panel that displays the keyboard. Such a decision we have already seen in the model of Yoga Book. In fact, the A12 Yoga — this is Yoga Book, albeit with some modifications.
For example, the novelty used ordinary hinges, and the screen grew to 12.2 inches. The price decreased from 500 to 300 dollars. To device configuration include the processor Intel Atom x5, 2 GB RAM and 32 GB of flash memory. The display resolution is 1280 x 720 pixels. The rest you can note the small thickness (5.4 mm) and weight (less than 1kg), and good battery life (13 hours). The body is made of magnesium and aluminum.