Every once in a while, a piece of technology comes along that looks more at home on the set of a sci-fi film than on a store shelf in 2016. The Lenovo Yoga Book is one such device.
It's more than lightweight and super-thin; it ditches the conventional keyboard for a flat black slab, with touch-sensitive keys that illuminate only when the "Halo Keyboard" is enabled. Toggle it off and you activate a Wacom digitizer with 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, converting the keyboard into a drawing tablet for the included stylus. And odds are you can do those doodles in your preferred artistry app, because the Yoga Book runs either Android or Windows depending on which model you get.
I've been waiting literally six months to show you this sucker, so tune in for my early impressions on the highs and the lows of the Lenovo Yoga Book – and stay tuned for MrMobile's full review, coming later this year!