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Lenovo Yoga Book Lenovo The Yoga Book certainly is a niche product. The stylus and pens are great to have, but the keyboard and touchpad mean that people who draw more than type are the likely audience. However, for more advanced creation purposes, I can\'t help but feel the device is a bit underpowered. If you\'re like me and need to be able to type comfortably throughout the day, this isn\'t what you\'re looking for, either. But if you\'re looking for truly ultraportable Windows device to use for email, web, and video—and don\'t mind paying extra for the design—this might be a good fit. Lenovo Yoga Book The Yoga Book certainly is a niche product. The stylus and pens are great to have, but the keyboard and touchpad mean that people who draw more than type are the likely audience. However, for more advanced creation purposes, I can't help but feel the device is a bit underpowered. If you're like me and need to be able to type comfortably throughout the day, this isn't what you're looking for, either. But if you're looking for truly ultraportable Windows device to use for email, web, and video—and don't mind paying extra for the design—this might be a good fit. Douglas Black 3.25 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/yoga-book-main.jpg Douglas Black 3.25 5

The Lenovo Yoga Book Review: Beward of keybaord (typos intentional)

2 Comments

  1. John

    December 2, 2016 at 5:39 pm

    Great detailed review. I got the Windows version a couple days ago and I completely agree with you on the keyboard frustrations. Very often with no error on my part some key strokes get switched. Interestingly it only seems to happen with some letter combinations.

    About the pen tip replacement. There is a small hole in the top of the pen cap. Put it in the tip, angle the cap a little and pull. :)

    • Douglas Black

      December 2, 2016 at 10:16 pm

      Thanks for the comments! I only found out about that pen trick by looking at the manual in the box after a few days. Silly me!
      I'm still thinking a thin, real keyboard and an active digitizer on the screen would be a much more productive design.

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