Lenovo Pocket Yoga touchscreen netbook - Screenshots

Lenovo confirmed the existence of their mystery the “Pocket Yoga” netbook, that has both the ultra-wide, VAIO P-like display and leather-bound shell. Concept sketches, however, show the PC not only supporting a touchscreen for a stylus but a convertible design that would let the display flip backwards to use it as a very small tablet. When you open it […]

Lenovo confirmed the existence of their mystery the “Pocket Yoga” netbook, that has both the ultra-wide, VAIO P-like display and leather-bound shell. Concept sketches, however, show the PC not only supporting a touchscreen for a stylus but a convertible design that would let the display flip backwards to use it as a very small tablet.

When you open it to a normal angle, it can be used as a laptop. Its full-function keyboard gives you enough space to type, so your hands won’t be crowded or compromised. Or you can open it 360 degrees, folding the top cover back to the base, and it becomes the tablet notebook. In the tablet mode the user can read,  draw with the special pen, or surf the web. All in all, we believe this configuration gives the user the option to use the device as a hand-held notebook, giving more space than a mobile phone, along with the ability to type with more powerful multi-media feature, reports Electronista.