In addition to a number of new laptops, smartphones, and a TV, Lenovo announced the IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook today. This new multi-mode notebook meets the specifications for an ultrabook and also has a 360-degree flip-and-fold design. As you can see from this demo video below, this ultrabook also meets the 10-finger touch requirement.
What’s really cool about this ultrabook is the number of positions it supports thanks to its dual-hinge flip design. Not only can you use the IdeaPad Yoga in traditional notebook form, but you can also open the display to full tablet mode or use the IdeaPad Yoga in stand or tent mode... We go hands-on with the Yoga and more in the pages ahead.
Its just crazy how far people go with their imagination and innovation...
this tablet looks awesome, for some reason my last comment only partly went through. I love lenovo i have their IDeapad K1 thanks to hot hardware and i am super excited to see what this guy can do, from the looks of it, it will be running windows 8
Wow, this Yoga Ultrabook seems to have everything. it being able to swing all the way over on its hinges, while meeting ultrabook requirements, and ten finger touch requirements. good job, whoever desighned that one.
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