Lenovo may be ready to release a follow up to the 2016 Yoga Book. A filing with the Bluetooth SIG contains a listing for something known as a Yoga Book 2 Pro, which may indicate that there is more than one product in the works.
The first Yoga Book featured the interesting Halo Keyboard, which used a capacitive touch surface instead of traditional keys. This allowed it the dual use of being a keyboard and a drawing tablet. Despite this, the final package didn’t quite impress us.
Unfortunately, the filing at Bluetooth SIG, the regulatory body for Bluetooth, did not specify features of the new device. What we do know that Lenovo may be splitting the line into two, with the Pro series featuring the top-specs while the standard model targeted to the affordable market. The filing is for the new Lenovo Yeti2.0 Pen a.k.a. Lenovo Precision Pen and it has the Yoga Book 2 Pro mention.
At this point, we cannot even be sure about which operating system it will be running. The original Yoga Book had options for Windows and Android, while the company scrapped plans for a 2017 Chrome OS release of the product. In other words, it could be running on any one of these three operating systems when it finally launched.