Lenovo unfolds new ThinkPad Yoga modelsThis business-minded hybrid gets new Skylake CPUs and a rechargeable stylus.
[MUSIC] I'm Dan Ackerman, here with probably my favorite version of Lenovo's Yoga series, that's ThinkPad Yoga. These are two new models. The 12 inch 260 and the 14-inch 460. These are my favorite because they have, besides the 360-degree Yoga hinge, something they call the Lift 'n Lock keyboard system. In simple terms, you fold this all the way back into a tablet and the keyboard actually goes flat like this. A little [INAUDIBLE] kind of rises up next to it, but the effect is that you have a flat keyboard The keys are not sticking out anymore, and of course, you can flip it back like this and use it like a regular laptop. Or, flip it into kiosk mode like that. Also new for this generation of ThinkPad Yogas, they've got a new fingerprint reader. That just uses a touch rather than a swipe. A much more modern look. And a new slot for your active stylus that actually recharges it as you go so you don't have to worry about keeping a charged up extra stylus in your bag if you're somebody who likes to draw on your screen a lot. Also cool, these guys are gonna come in not just black, but also silver. Starting at 899, should be out some time in October. I'm Dan Ackerman and that's Lenovo new ThinkPad Yogas. [MUSIC]