In an interview with Tomsguide yesterday, Jeff Meredith who is the general manager and VP of Android and Chrome at Lenovo, said that a Lenovo Yoga Book Chrome OS addition is expected to be launched in the middle of 2017.
A word of caution though is that Meredith also says that Lenovo will only “probably” maintain 3 distinctive products throughout 2017.
So while Android and Windows versions of Lenovo Yoga Book exists already, the next Android version could, theoretically at least, also be a future generation Android-Chrome crossover operated Yoga Book.
No word on the 12-inch version of the Lenovo Yoga Book though, so for now, the info from the interview seems to be for the 10.1-inch Yoga Book.
Lenovo Yoga Book was unveiled on the last day of August this year, and is a 2-in-1 with a non-detachabe keyboard that you can also use to draw upon through paper. It has a 1920 x 1200 resoution display, is powered by an Intel Atom x5-Z8550 processor, has 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, and generally good hardware specs overall.
It’s an innovative tablet device, although the sensitivity has proven a little uneven every time I have used it to draw on it.
– Tom Bowen