Lenovo has unveiled a twist on the laptop – one without a keyboard.
It’s new Yoga Book instead has a second large touchscreen that can turn into a touchscreen keyboard when needed.
It can also be written on with a finger or stylus – or simply act as a second screen, or be folded away.
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Instead of a physical keyboard, the $500 Yoga Book unveiled in Berlin instead has a second large touchscreen that can turn into a keyboard when needed.
IS IT A LAPTOP OR TABLET?
Although Lenovo calls Yoga Book a tablet, the keyboard part isn’t detachable, making the device a laptop.
The keyboard, though, can fold all the way to the back to make the device feel more like a tablet.
The machine will also be available in two versions, an Android version costing $500, and a $600 Windows one.
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