The company Lenovo officially introduced in Russia a multi-mode 10-inch 2-in-1 Yoga Book tablet running the operating system Android 6.0 Marshmallow. In addition, a version with the operating system and Windows 10 will be available.
Lenovo The Yoga Book features a 130-piece hinge design that rotates the screen 360 degrees. This makes it possible to work with devices in 'laptop', 'tablet', 'presentation' and 'console' modes.
The tablet uses a multi-mode input panel with five layers. The upper one is 0.55 mm thick glass with an anti-reflective rough surface, which the developers have made as similar as possible to paper when writing. The second layer is touch-sensitive, it is used to recognize finger touches when typing on the Halo Keyboard. The third is a membrane for the keyboard backlight. The fourth is a film that can interact with the Real Pen using electromagnetic resonance (EMR). The fifth layer contains the electronic components of the computer: a chipset, memory elements and a battery.
Halo Keyboard with LED backlight appears on the flat panel as key outlines only in text input mode. It has the functions of tactile feedback, learning the owner's writing style and predictive text input.
The rest of the time, the multifunctional panel looks monotone black and is used to work with the Real Pen stylus. Wacom's Electromagnetic Resonance (EMR) technology is used to accurately and quickly capture graphic information, which recognizes up to 2048 degrees of pen pressure and can be tilted up to 100 degrees. The stylus, thanks to the easily replaceable working rods, provides two modes of operation.