The large-scale Yoga Book computer will win a third variation in the operating system category soon
A few months ago, the mobile market received a fresh breeze from Lenovo, That exposed her Yoga Book - Another evolution of the hybrid computer family, which replaced the physical keyboard with a large digital touch pad with support for standard typing as well as digitization of dedicated touch pens and real paper sheets.
The new model was accepted on the market with mixed feelings, mainly because the company decided to base it on basic and relatively old-fashioned Cherry Trail atomizers that limited the dynamic memory and storage components that could be included in the system - but the general concept of a computer designed for people in no hurry to abandon the resulting pen A good impression, it seems, and convinced you Lenovo Which has a good reason to expand the supply of this young family.
How will this happen exactly? With a floating version of the Yoga Book running the Google Chrome OS system, according to Lenovo's official representative. The new version is designed to join the existing Android and Windows 10 versions of the product in the first quarter of 2017 to offer the best of both worlds: with potential app launch support Android Of all types, and with better built-in support for different application windows and mouse use, plus better performance from the system Microsoft Office Based on the same relatively modest hardware.
The Android version of the Yoga Book was launched with a price tag of $ 450, which was cheaper than the version of Windows, and we have good reason to believe that the version of the "Chrome OS will be the same price (and perhaps a little cheaper, who knows) to the version of the Android spoken, since in both cases is a free and free operating system based on hardware.
That's all nice - but we hope it's just annexed, and later versions of the Yoga Book, with a larger screen and Core chips of Intel, Will also be offered over the next year - with the goal of bringing the concept's gospel to a new target audience.