Lenovo's new Yogas, Miix keep Windows 10 features alive
Lenovo's new yogurt convertible PCs and mixed 320 are set to save you money without sacrificing all of the Windows 10 features you like, for example, the yoga 720 and 520 two in one come with fingerprint Readers in Windows Hello.
They support Lenovo's active pen if you buy it yourself so you can write sticky notes and annotate documents when you swing the screen back into tablet mode.
The prices and internal specs will vary From the 14 inch Yoga 520 to the 13 and 15 inch Yoga 720s, but they'll come with Intel core I7 processor.
Meanwhile, the Miix 320 is essentially a tablet that pops out of its keyboard doc.
It's a heavy think, so you may not wanna take it around everywhere.
But it does give you more flexibility than a tablet or laptop alone.
Look for an HD screen and USB seat charger but know that it won't work with a digital pen.
All four new models come with a Microsoft approved track pad that supports Windows 10 gestures like invoking Cortana.
By the way, the Yoga 520 will go by the name of Flex 5 in the US.
Everything kicks off in April, starting with the LTE version of the Lenovo Mix 320, along with both Yoga 720 convertibles.
You'll see the Flex 5 for the US in May, and the Yoga 520 for everywhere else in July.
And if you wanted that Mix 320 without LTE, look for that in July too.
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