Lenovo Working On Yoga Tablet, It Will Be The World’s Thinnest Windows Tablet With Longest Standby Battery Life

Lenovo Yoga Tablet

Following the success of Yoga Windows 8 Ultrabooks, Lenovo is expanding their Yoga brand to tablets. Yes, Lenovo is working on a Yoga Windows tablet that will have some new form factor in which it will have two small stands on the sides. This “leg” like stands can somehow stand itself up, I guess we will understand how exactly it works when we see it in action. Lenovo SVP and head of China, Chen Xudong, on Sina Weibo confirmed that Lenovo is launching this tablet next month.

Yoga tablet will be powered by Intel Bay Trail processor, and will also take the title of becoming the world’s slimmest tablet with the longest standby battery life. We have to wait till next month to see whether Yoga tablet will “revolutionize” the tablet market or not.

via: Ubergizmo, Sina Weibo (1), (2)

  • Willem Evenhuis

    will it run windows or android. Will it include stylus support?

    • Chenny

      You should read it again: “Yes, Lenovo is working on a Yoga Windows tablet”

    • Johan Spånberg

      Does any Yoga-device run Android?

      • Willem Evenhuis

        I stand corrected, thanks. I guess my confusion comes from other Lenovo tablets from the past, that ran on android.

        • Johan Spånberg

          Yoga is the Windows brand for Lenovo… Like Galaxy is Android and Lumia is WP for Samsung and Nokia. :)

  • Yuan Taizong

    I really want to know how long its battery life will be, I really hope that it’ll put the newest iPad to shame ):-D

  • swooby

    These are diagrams of the Lenovo Yoga 10 Tablet running Android that shipped October 30th.
    Yoga does not mean “Windows”.
    Yoga just means that it is multi-mode.

    • nohone

      Being the article was written well before the Oct 30th date you state, at the time it looked like it would be a Windows tablet. And it still could ship as a Win8.1 tablet because of the specs.
      But it is easy to go back to an article this old and complain about inaccuracies.