Want a low-value laptop computer alternative? Lenovo’s Yoga A12 makes new ideas — such because the Halo keyboard — finances pleasant.
In the event you appreciated the look of Lenovo’s Halo keyboard from the Yoga Book however discovered the $500 worth level just a little excessive, the Yoga A12 could also be an reasonably priced various.
The newly-introduced Yoga A12 is barely bigger at 12.2-inches in comparison with the ten.1-inch Yoga E-book, which was launched final fall. However just like the Yoga E-book, it runs Android and options the futuristic-wanting Halo keyboard. The keyboard doesn’t have any raised keys — it’s flat and provides haptic suggestions on contact. It additionally adapts to your typing habits like keyboards on most smartphones because of constructed-in prediction and synthetic studying software program.
The Halo keyboard on the Yoga A12 doesn’t help the identical stylus options because the Yoga E-book — there’s no pen or digitizer pad.
The Yoga A12’s 12.2-inch show boasts a “HD” show, which suggests a 1,280 x 800-pixel decision. It packs 32GB of inner storage and sadly solely comes with 2GB of RAM. All of that is powered by the Intel Atom X5 processor, which must be highly effective sufficient to deal with most duties on Android 6.zero.1 Marshmallow. A ten,500mAh battery life reportedly retains the pill operating for thirteen hours, although we’ll have to check these claims.
Lenovo’s A12 makes use of a modified “multi-tasking hybrid UI” that makes Android just a little extra productive on a bigger, pill-measurement display. It’s unclear when or if this system can be upgraded to Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
The gadget could be flipped just like the Yoga Guide because of the 360-diploma hinge. It is available in gray and rose gold, and Lenovo says will probably be obtainable for buy on February on the corporate’s website. The Yoga A12 begins at $300.