Lisa Gade reviews the Lenovo Yoga Book, a futuristic tablet/convertible laptop that’s available running Windows 10 or Android 6 Marshmallow (we use the Windows version in this video). It’s a 10.1″, 1.5 lb. ultraportable that you can take anywhere, and its build and design are impeccable. Open it up and you’ll see a 1920 x 1200 IPS touch screen with basic “AnyPen” pen support and a flat surface where the keyboard should be. That’s the Create Pad, and it’s both a capacitive keyboard and a Wacom EMR digitizer that you can write and draw on (even through paper) with the included pen. The Create pad supports 2,048 pressure levels and has palm rejection, unlike the display digitizer.
** Read our full written review here: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/Lenovo-Yoga-Book.htm
The Yoga Book has specs that are better suited to Android, though both Windows and Android run on the exact same hardware: 1.44 GHz Intel Atom x5-Z8550 CPU, 4 gigs of DDR3LP RAM and 64 gigs of flash storage. Still, it can handle basic Windows tasks decently. The Yoga Book has dual band WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth and optional 4G LTE. It’s relatively affordable at $500 to $550.
** We have a video review of the Android version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bD5OLjHWMKg