Lenovo Launched its Yoga A12 convertible Android tablet


Lenovo has launched the Yoga A12 convertible Android Tablet. It is made with aluminum and magnesium which makes it look very good. Lenovo Yoga A12 will be available on February 8 through Lenovo’s website.The hybrid Android tablet is available in soft gold and gunmetal gray color variants, the price of tablet starts from $299.

Yoga A12

Lenovo Yoga A12 comes with 12.2-inch touch-friendly HD display. The tablet is powered with Intel Atom x5 chip, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, two Dolby Atmos speakers, and up to 13 hours of battery life, according to a statement. The Yoga Book, for the sake of comparison, comes with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and up to 15.5 hours of battery life.

Although there are lots of convertibles in the market now. But majority of those are running on Windows platform. Below we have posted the Image gallery of Lenovo Yoga A12 which will shows you the exact look of the tablet.

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  1. The new Yoga A12 is sleek, discreet, and seems like it has the hardware to match. The one feature that is absolutely mind blowing is the keyboard with absolutely no tactile response. These types of boards always end up being hard to type on at best. I don’t know why Lenovo chose that route.


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