During their IFA 2016 press event Lenovo showed off many new and interesting products, one of these was the lust-worthy Yoga Book 2-in-1 device. At launch, it was shown off running both Android and Windows 10.
Today we’re hearing that in an interview with Techcrunch Matt Lazare, Yoga Book Campaign Manager at Lenovo, confirmed that they are “very seriously” considering launching a ChromeOS version of the device.
I can tell you that Chrome OS is something that we’re thinking very seriously about, especially with the big upgrades coming down the road that will allow access to the Android app ecosystem. You should look for us to take this hardware platform in Yoga Book and make waves on that front. Obviously, you’ll hear more about that down the road.
To be honest having a Yoga Book running ChromeOS with Android apps makes more sense than the straight Android Version of the device. While seriously considering something doesn’t mean that a product will ever eventual this at least indicates that it is very possible.
Lenovo has a good track record of bringing a selection of their Windows and ChromeOS laptops to Australia, so we’re hopeful that if a new device does eventuate we may see it in Australia, I for one would love to own a ChromeOS Yoga Book.
Would you be interested in a Yoga Book running ChromeOS with Android Apps? Let us know below.