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Lenovo Yoga Book review: folding up the future

The Lenovo Yoga Book is a unique and sexy 2-in-1, but is it any good? The Quick Take Lenovo has a whole lot going on with the Yoga Book, sporting an elegant, sleek, slim and light design whilst rocking a futuristic "Halo Keyboard" that lights up a flat surface and can also transform into a dedicated inking workspace for apps like Photoshop or Windows Ink. But, as with all flat, touch-based keyboards, the typing experience will take some getting used to.
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