After looking around this morning, this specific blurb caught our interest.
And Windows, their go-to operating system, was still not available in a version that would show off bold, finger-friendly tiles and yield long battery life in a slim form factor. Even now as these companies have experimented with all kinds of hinges and accessories on Windows, their Android efforts can be hard to differentiate as with HP’s Slate 7 and Dell’s recent 7- and 8-inch slates. Into this spiritless landscape, Lenovo has dropped the Yoga Tablet , available in 8- and 10-inch sizes. Unlike its namesake Windows laptop, which reveals no obvious signs of its differentiation at first glance, the Yoga Tablet has a silver, cylindrical side that is reminiscent of extended laptop batteries. Indeed, it contains the battery here as well as making for a grip that is at first unfamiliar, but which allows the rest of the tablet to be very thin. The Yoga Tablet’s name makes “Yoga” a rare sub-brand that spans Windows and Android devices.
First uncovered at: http://www.engadget.com/2013/11/17/the-yoga-tablet-does-kickstands-with-a-twist/