Lenovo’s Yoga was the only Windows 8 laptop-tablet hybrid I saw at CES 2012. Whereas most laptops fold down only to around 180 degrees or less, the Yoga’s 13-in. screen folds all the way around to the other side of the laptop, turning into a tablet, albeit a heavy one at 3.5 lb. The funny thing is that you can still feel the keys on the bottom of the tablet when it’s folded around, but at that point they’re disabled. Lenovo’s targeting $1,000, and you’ll see it some time after Windows 8 launches in the second half of the year.
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