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Lenovo Pocket Yoga

What was rumoured a few days ago about a genuine Lenovo device taken by a source from inside of a showroom within a Lenovo office by Engadget Chinese, now get full photo spread on Flickr. Lenovo confirms the existence of its mystery netbook by posting teaser images on its photo feed. Called the Pocket Yoga, the unit features the ultra-wide, VAIO P-like display and leather-bound. Concept sketches, however, show the PC not only supporting a touchscreen for a stylus but a convertible…

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Lenovo Pocket Yoga

What was rumoured a few days ago about a genuine Lenovo device taken by a source from inside of a showroom within a Lenovo office by Engadget Chinese, now get full photo spread on Flickr. Lenovo confirms the existence of its mystery netbook by posting teaser images on its photo feed. Called the Pocket Yoga, the unit features the ultra-wide, VAIO P-like display and leather-bound. Concept sketches, however, show the PC not only supporting a touchscreen for a stylus but a convertible design that would let the display flip backwards to use it as a very small tablet. No word on the specifications as yet, though the Pocket Yoga’s size would likely dictate an Intel Atom or similar chip. The photos also suggest a built-in webcam as well as a seemingly trackpoint-like controller to back up the touch display. A description on one of the photos even quips “One of the Pocket Yoga's many details: a belt that closes the yoga, serves as a nice aesthetic detail and it becomes a MOUSE!” A belt cum mouse? More photos on the link…

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The Pocket Yoga device is small enough to fit into a pants pocket and features a leather-bound shell for an elegant look alongside an ultra-wide display. Concept sketches and photos that have been posted have indicated the existence of touchscreen support as well as a convertible design that turns the pocket-sized netbook into a tiny tablet. There is still at the moment no word on pricing, specifications or availability.

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