Gadget review: Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 and other CES hits
Lenovo unveiled a selection of its Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2015 favourites yesterday. The gadgets included a range of laptops including the Yoga Pro 3 (R1,14,000), a new member of the Yoga family with 180 degree rotating screen, which is now available via its online retail store thedostore.com and select Croma outlets across the country.
Lenovo Yoga Anypen
The display is a 13.3-inch multi-touch screen with a resolution of 3200 x 1800, and features a new watch band like metal hinge, which Lenovo says, adds to the strength. The device features Intel Core M-5Y71 Processor (up to 2.90 GHz) with integrated graphics, 8GB RAM, 512GB solid state drive, and weighs just 1.2kg.
Yoga Pro 3
The 44.8WH four cell battery, says Lenovo, can last upto 7.2 hours. The device is available in Champagne gold colour. The company also showcased 14-inch Thinkpad X1 Carbon and Thinkpad Helix 2, whose availability is yet to be announced.
The company also showed a new tablet Tab 2A7-30, to be launched later this month. However, the show stealer was the Yoga Anypen, an 8-inch Windows tablet that allows users to use any object as a stylus. Also unveiled was the P90, a 5.5-inch smart phone with 1,080p display and 2GB RAM.