Lenovo’s Yoga A12 is a Budget Convertible Tablet, $299 – But Only Comes in Android

by Praneeth Karnena 0

Lenovo Yoga A12

Lenovo released Yoga A12, a convertible tablet powered by Android which starts at $299. The original Yoga Book was released last year which is an ultra-thin Windows 10 and Android convertible tablet. But the new A12 is just available in Android. The A12 tablet inherits most of the features of the original Yoga Book. The Yoga Book has set new standards in the tech with its pen-based interactions. The brand new A12 is the one of the cheapest in its range which starts at $299.

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Lenovo Yoga Book 12inch Demonstrating All Modes
Lenovo Yoga Book 12inch Demonstrating All Modes

 

Likewise the Yoga Book, the A12 also features touch-based Halo Keyboard which learns your typing habits with time. But the A12 do not feature the pen-integrations like his older brother.

Lenovo Yoga A12 Specifications:

  • Screen: 12.2 inches, touch-friendly HD display
  • Processor: Intel Atom x5
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Storage: 32 GB
  • Speakers: Dolby Atmos Dual Speakers
  • Battery Life: 13 hours
  •  Dimensions: 5.4mm at its thinnest point & weighs 1 kg
  • Operating System: Android 6.0
  • Variations: Gunmetal Grey or Rose Gold colours
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Yes, just like his family of Yoga, the A12 is also 360° convertible.

The Lenovo Yoga A12 will be available for consumers from Feb. 8th on Lenovo’s Official Website.

 

Lenovo Yoga Book
Lenovo Yoga Book

 

Perfect Competitor:

The new Lenovo Yoga A12 is just getting ready to take on  Samsung’s $449 Chromebook Plus and Acer’s Chromebook Spin 11. While everyone is perfect in their own way, let’s see who would win in the long run. Also, Lenovo is planning to release a Chrome OS version of Yoga Book later this year. This decision depicts Lenovo’s strong desire to compete in the 2-in-1s market.

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Android or Chrome OS? Which one to choose? Tough to answer. Both of them are powered by Linux Kernel. But here is the best part, the new Chromebooks are optimised for Android Apps too.

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