Lenovo announced the Yoga A12, a $299 Android tablet made for all-day productivity.
The tablet, which is essentially a slim Android laptop, is 5.4mm at its slimmest edge and weighs less than one kilogram. It features a 12.2-inch HD screen and two speakers that support Dolby Atmos sound.
Under the hood thare is an Intel Atom x5 processor with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The Android device is also easy to work on given the Yoga A12's multi-tasking hybrid UI, the Google Productivity Suite and the Halo keyboard to type out that report or presentation.
The Halo keyboard is a fully flat, touch-screen keyboard thatlearns and adapts to your typing habits so the more you type on it, the faster and more accurate it becomes. The keyboard vibrates on touch with haptic feedback and learns from you as you type, with built-in prediction and artificial learning software.
Its four modes via the 360-degree Yoga hinge adapts to the tempo of your day, while you create, browse or watch on a number of different surfaces, work environments and settings.
Constructed of magnesium and aluminum,, the Yoga A12 keeps you up and running with 13 hours of battery life on one charge.
The device will be available starting Feb. 8, 2017 on www.lenovo.com.