It's much sure that the gadget manufactures are running ahead of the interest of the customers. The Consumer Electronic Show (CES 2012) which had a mesmerizing start unveiling the future devices has also seen the show case of Ultrabooks which are supposed to dominate the electronic arena in 2012. Lenovo, the front-runner in manufacturing laptops and other gadgets has unveiled the IdeaPad Yoga and Ultrabook which can meet the requirements of the consumers. Lenovo IdeaPad, the big boss is touch screen ultrabook which can also be used as a tablet computer.
This 13.3" multi-touch ultrabook cum tablet features 13.1-inch HD+ (1600 x 900) display, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD storage etc. This device weighs 1.4 kg and has a thickness of 0.67 inch. This sleek stylish Ultrabook designed with perfection powered by Intel's Oak Trail processors will run Windows 8, the much awaited Operating System from Microsoft.
As the nature of interest in consumers change, the manufactures do have to act accordingly. So is with Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga which is a blend of mobile device, notebook, tablet and even smart TV. This multi mode notebook gives all facilities which will truly satisfy the needs of the customers. The most attractive feature of IdeaPad Yoga would be its 360 degree dual- hinge flip design. The designers have tried their best in molding it which can bring the user more attached to the device.
A leather palm rest which is added in IdeaPad Yoga gives a firm grip while using it as a tablet. While using it in tablet mode, the Windows 8 desktop OS automatically changes to Metro user interface where the user can have access to touch screen comfortably. If you are looking for some entertainment or to web browsing do flip the screen panel in to tent mode which will bring the screen closer.
Other than the IdeaPad Guru the company unveiled the IdeaCenter A720, a 27 inch touchscreen device priced at $1,299. Two more tablets IdeaTab K2 and IdeaTab K2 which runs of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
The year 2012 would see the unveiling of hundreds of new gadgets which include Ultrabooks, tablets and even more powerful hand sets.