Lenovo’s Yoga Book C930 isn’t just the second-generation of the company’s unusual ultraportable. Instead, Lenovo has listened to what early-adopters said of 2016’s original Yoga Book, and set about addressing every complaint. Gone is the Halo Keyboard, replaced with a much more flexible E Ink touchscreen.
That can show multiple different keyboard layouts, among other things, and now you can sketch and handwrite directly onto it with a new Wacom-powered stylus. That stylus works on the upper, LCD touchscreen, too, which is now larger than before. Inside, there’s a choice of more powerful processors, along with optional LTE.
The result is a notebook that doubles as an ereader, and as a graphics tablet. Still niche, then, but a lot more polished at what it does. It’ll be on sale – in Windows 10 only form – from October 2018.