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Old 18-03-2009
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Lenovo Pocket Yoga: netBook touch mini competitor the Sony Vaio P

Lenovo, the Chinese assembly of laptops and desktops, now showing pictures of its forthcoming sub-notebook. This is the Pocket Yoga, what appears to be a luxury NETBOOK too similar to the series Sony Vaio P. Fashion netBook is unwavering and Lenovo today that introduces the Pocket Yoga. Small and equipped with a wide screen, the computer "pocket" also attracted by its aesthetic appearance and finish worthy of a luxury laptop. No additional feature has been provided, but the pictures - visible in the rest of the article - NETBOOK promise a more than attractive.





From what little we know about this team right now, this is for a luxury segment that widescreen display is more than normal, which is convertible to 'tablet PC' and that is touch-sensitive screen. How, where, how and when? For that, we should expect.




In fact, the term netBook is probably not appropriate for the Pocket Yoga because it is no doubt seen pictures in a template positioned on the top of the range, certainly not affordable for netBook.

This mini PC design resolutely sober but his class with leather lining can be carried in a pocket of jeans.




Unlike the Vaio P, Pocket Yoga is convertible Tablet PC. Therefore it has a touch screen that can open at an angle of 360 ? and control with a stylus. For the rest of the board configuration, nothing is revealed except that it apparently has 3 USB ports and connectors Headset and Microphone.




A kind of belt is used to close the Pocket Yoga, but it is much more than that because once removed, it is actually a mouse.




Lenovo had clarified things on your Pocket Yoga. It is actually a mini-mobile PC developed there 2 years ago, before the netBook really do. Its design is complete, and it is unlikely to see appear in stores in the state. We imagine that the mark might be possible to launch a similar model if it considers that there is a sizable market for mini-PC high-end mobile.
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Re: Lenovo Pocket Yoga: netBook touch mini competitor the Sony Vaio P

My truth these "pocket style" seem feasible and impractical.

In Sony's own advertising is uncomfortable note and disadvantages of using the style in your pocket "pocket": P

Besides, really would go down the street with a NETBOOK in your pocket? whereas almost half of the NETBOOK you leave the pocket that much if you move you leave the pocket, if you forget and you feel on top ... and that anyone with an ounce of skill you could remove?

I'm staying with laptops and netbooks traditions thanks
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