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Heralding a new era of productivity and pleasure, the revolutionary Lenovo Yoga Book tablet will transform the way you work and enjoy your life. Read more about Lenovo Yoga Book Malaysia below to find out.

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About Lenovo Yoga Book Malaysia

Lenovo Yoga Book Malaysia - New Era of Productivity & Pleasure

Rising as one of the largest brands in the realm of computers, Lenovo proves that it remains innovative and dynamic when it comes to introducing groundbreaking changes. As such, it designs the impressive Lenovo Yoga Book tablet which will blow your mind away once you have experienced its life-changing performance.

Simple Design that Suits Your Needs

Aptly named, the lovely Lenovo Yoga Book tablet resembles a book in both size and appearance. At just 650g, this Lenovo tablet is so light that you can even use it with just one hand. In fact, you can carry it around conveniently. Boasting only 0.16 inch, the Lenovo Yoga tablet is so thin that it can fit inside a small folder with relative ease. Constructed with premium quality alloy, this gorgeous Lenovo Yoga tablet is simply beautiful with its simple design.

Matching Your Needs

Thanks to its hinge that can open up to 360 degree, the versatile Lenovo Yoga Book tablet enables you to use it in 4 different modes. If you want to draw or write note, just lay flat via Create Mode. For entertainment, you can turn to its Watch Mode. When you prefer productivity, you can transform it into the famous Type Mode. For easy browsing, the Browse Mode is the perfect mode for you. Basically, the Lenovo Yoga Book contains everything that can cater to your needs at all times.

Superb Cinema-Level Experience

As you enjoy using the Lenovo Yoga Book tablet for many things, it is still pretty amazing that you can enjoy watching your favorite content on it. With its 10.1 inch display screen, you will be greeted with its breathtakingly beautiful visual on it. Possessing the famous Dolby Atmos speakers in its thin frame, the Lenovo Yoga Book tablet will surprise you with its awesome audio quality. When you combine both of them together, the end result is that you will enjoy such immersive viewing experience that takes your level of enjoyment to greater height. It is af is you are in the center of the action!

Incredible Performance with Lenovo Yoga Book Malaysia

Powered the highly efficient Intel Atom processor, the Lenovo Yoga Book will take your digital experience and transform it to be seamless and smooth at the same time. This means that everything that you do with it will flow well. Aside from tackling any given challenges, you can expect that this Lenovo Yoga Book can take on the most demanding and intense app without breaking down easily. Moreover, it can perform multitasking effortlessly that you should not expect any breakdown on it. Hence, the Lenovo Yoga Book tablet is a very versatile device which can transform the way you work and enjoy life.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-12-07
Versatile ModesIt's hard to pinpoint what the Yoga Book really is; it's not quite a laptop but it's not just a tablet either. The hinge opens 360º and allows the Yoga Book to be used in 4 different modes, you can fold it into a tablet, prop up the display...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-25
Minority Report styling, Awesome doubleact keyboard and drawing pad, Decent performance and battery lifeGet ready for plenty of typos (at first), Multiwindow isn't perfect yet, Few dedicated drawing apps on Android
A 2-in-1 that works just as well in tablet mode as it does as a laptop? Impossible, surely!Not if Lenovo's Yoga Book has anything to say about it.With unique features and slick sci-fi styling, this pencil-thin hybrid is probably the most exciting converti...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-01
Tablets are boring, according to Lenovo. The category has been stagnant in recent years and sorely lacking in new features or innovative tweaks to entice consumers to get on board or even upgrade. Even after years of iterating, the tablets are really stil...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-16
There's very little not to like about this device. It's impossibly thin, coming in at a scant 9.6 mm when closed, and about the same weight as a medium Moleskine notebook. It comes in a dark slate gray that gives it that unmistakable Lenovo business air...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-16
Working in the technology industry, we often get a chance to try out bleeding edge tech. While a lot of this tends to be centred around smartphones, traditional PCs too have seen the benefits. From the near bezel-less Dell XPS series to the Touch Bar equi...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-11
Where do I even start with the Lenovo Yoga Book? It's hard to describe a device that doesn't adhere to any conventions or standards. The device is powered by a low-power Intel Atom chip, it's slimmer and lighter than any laptop, it comes with a stylus, ha...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-02
Extremely thin and light, More comfortable than a Windows tablet, Digitiser for artists and students, Not too expensiveWeak overall performance, Extremely limited connectivity, Not suitable as an everyday computer
Ever since Intel kickstarted the 2-in-1 movement and Microsoft made touch support a core feature of Windows, Lenovo has been trying all sorts of designs and ideas for the next wave of PCs. In fact Lenovo is easily the most innovative, or at least adventur...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-28
Well Built, Nice display, Good battery lifeSlow processor, Keyboard / touchpad implementation is not perfect, microUSB port only
I don't remember the last time I wrote on a paper pad and I'm sure most of you do not either. We all work on laptops nowadays, but is paper really obsolete? The new Lenovo Yoga Book ditches the traditional keyboard for a flat matte surface. Simply put, in...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-27
Really nice design, form factor, Affordable, Long battery life, Builtin Wacom technologyMeager internal storage, Average performance, Capacitive keyboard is challenging
Announced in September 2016, the Lenovo Yoga Book arrived in the Philippines the following month. It is a 10-inch hybrid tablet that comes in either a Windows operating system or a more conventional Android OS. What makes it really interesting is that the...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-23
Tablets and laptops each have their pros and cons, with the former being great for mobility and ease of use, while the latter is more focused on productivity and getting things done. That's where hybrids come in, offering a bit of both. While most hybrids...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-21
Before Steve Jobs unveiled the first Apple iPad in 2010, a team in Microsoft was working on a portable computer that they described as "digital Moleskine", in a nod to the leather-bound luxury notebooks.Code-named Courier, this device would have dual seve...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-19
Thin and portable, Solid battery life, Create Pad is a useful featureHalo keyboard is frustrating, Not all apps support multiwindow mode, Buggy software
For those upset after hearing Google senior vice president Hiroshi Lockheimer dispel the long-circulated rumors that the two operating systems would one day merge, there may be a sliver of hope that doesn't involve Google.Lenovo's Yoga Book is a 2-in-1 ta...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-19
For those upset after hearing Google senior vice president Hiroshi Lockheimer dispel the long-circulated rumors that the two operating systems would one day merge, there may be a sliver of hope that doesn't involve Google. Lenovo's Yoga Book is a 2-in-1...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-13
At just 9.6 mm thickness this carbon black 2-in-1 hybrid between a laptop and a tablet really redefines the future of a productivity device for an always on-the-move professional. It weighs just 690 gms and feels like a true hard bound folder when held wi...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-11
The Lenovo Yoga Book isn't quite like any laptop we've seen before.Folded up, it's an artefact of beauty: the impossibly slim 9.6mm frame comes clad in elegant black magnesium alloy, with a tasteful industrial-styled hinge. And it weighs just 690g, yet op...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-10
Lenovo's Yoga Book is a device that's hard to describe. It's a tablet, a 2-in-1, and sort of a laptop. The keyboard isn't really a keyboard at all, but instead it's a touchscreen, which allows the keyboard to disappear at times to allow the user to take n...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-09
In our preview of the Yoga Book, we wondered if Lenovo had reinvented the hybrid tablet with its impossibly slim design and unique keyboard that can double as a virtual piece of paper. Now, having given it a more extended evaluation, we have some good and...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-09
I've had the 12.9″ iPad Pro since it came out, and while there are things I absolutely love about using a larger tablet, lugging it around isn't one of them. Add on a detachable keyboard or case, and it suddenly weighs as much or more than a Macbook. For...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-09
Available in Android and Windows 10 versionsHalo keyboard isn't ideal for typing long documents, Cannot draw directly on touchscreen with Real Pen, Real Pen tips are difficult to change, Slow performance
Lenovo made a unique device with the new Yoga Book. I like to describe it as a device the size of a netbook with the design of a convertible and the attitude of a stylus-equipped tablet. Starting at $499, the Yoga Book comes in Android and Windows version...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-08
In Juanuary 2008 Apple announced the original Macbook Air and within months everyone wanted one just to be seen with it. It was as much a computing device as it was a fashion statement. There have been a few devices of this kind over the years, devices yo...
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