Looking suspiciously like Sony's Vaio P series, Lenovo's new device is called the "Pocket Yoga."
Lenovo teases "Pocket Yoga" mini-laptop
We've seen a handful of "leaked" photos recently of a tiny laptop prototype from Lenovo. Looking suspiciously like Sony's Vaio P series, the system had an extremely wide screen, flat edge-to-edge keys, and looked to be similar in size -- about the same footprint as a standard business envelope.
Those fuzzy photos have been replaced by some beauty shots on Lenovo's Flickr stream, revealing that the device is called the Pocket Yoga, and features a tablet screen with a digitizing pen and a tiny leather belt that wraps around the entire unit for travel, and then folds up to become some sort of travel mouse. Also interesting (and further differentiation from the Vaio P) is the shot showing the display flipped over like a convertible tablet.
No details on components, specs, price, or availability -- or even if this is more than a prototype or mockup -- but you can check out the product shots, plus some design sketches in our gallery below.