Lenovo has introduced their new IdeaPad Yoga Notebook at CES today, showcasing just how flexible the design of the notebook tablet is. Rather than swivelling the screen to create a more tablet style input device. Lenovo has taken a different approach with their IdeaPad Yoga notebook, and made the screen fold back 360 degrees allowing easier access to the touch screen.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga notebook is equipped with a 13.1 inch 10 point capacitive touch screen sporting a resolution of 1600 × 900, and powered by a choice of Intel Core processors, which can be supported by up to 8GB of RAM and SSD storage up to 256GB in size.
When the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Notebook starts shipping later this year, in the second half of 2012, it will run Microsoft Windows 8 OS and retail for around $1200.
Source: MashableFiled Under: Laptops, Tablet News