22/08/2012 10:18 | By Matt Farrington-Smith, editor, Tech & Gadgets
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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga (Windows RT)



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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga (Windows RT)

Once you get over the silly name there's a lot to get excited about over Lenovo's latest tablet.

Lenovo have announced an ARM variant of the 13.1-inch IdeaPad Yoga convertible laptop-tablet that was demoed at CES 2012. The Yoga looks like a laptop but the screen can be rotated and flipped - magically transforming it into a tablet (and working all the core muscles no-doubt). At just 0.67-inches thick and weighing in at just over three pounds, it really is svelte.

The Windows RT version of the Yoga tablet is also expected to boast increased battery life over its bigger dual-screened sibling.

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