This week during the IFA 2016 conference in Berlin, Lenovo revealed a new Yoga Book. It comes with what the company calls the Halo Keyboard, which provides a full backlit virtual keyboard with shortcut keys on a flushed surface. The company says it matches the experience of a physical keyboard without the need for actual keys, and is backed by prediction software and artificial learning software. There’s also built-in sensitive haptic technology to guide typing and reduce user mistakes.
As for other features of the new Yoga Book, Lenovo wasn’t very forthcoming in regards to hardware details. It measures 9.6mm closed, 5.5mm open, tapers to 4.05mm at its slimmest edge, and weighs a mere 1.52 pounds. The tablet’s IPS screen measures 10.1 inches and sports 1080p resolution.