Lenovo have quietly released official images of their mysterious netbook, together with confirming the device's name. The Lenovo Pocket Yoga has a broad, narrow display like the VAIO P, but unlike the Sony the Pocket Yoga's display is a touchscreen with stylus.
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The central hinge seemingly allows the Pocket Yoga to open up all the way around, until the form-factor is a long, thin pocketbook. There's also a leather belt, used to keep the Pocket Yoga closed, but that also doubles as a wireless mouse.
Full specifications are still unknown, but there's definitely a webcam and what looks to be some sort of mouse pointer diamond embedded in the top-right of the keyboard. Hopefully Lenovo let slip some more details soon, including whether this is a design concept or a netbook headed for production.
Update: Unfortunately the Pocket Yoga is merely a concept, and a two-year-old one at that. Full details here.