LENOVO YOGA BOOK
If anyone else missed out on yoga lately and is struggling to reach their toes these days (I was busy, okay), it should be a relief that I've booked us in for an intensive technology session today. Lenovo and Motorola recently invited me on a fun day to explore their new range of devices which included the Yoga Book tablet. This boy beats me big time in its backward bend due to its 360 degree hinge (down dog into wheel pose, people). It offers four different modes - type, watch, create and browse, which had me well excited and placed it as the coolest tablet I've checked out to date. The create mode is perfect for aspiring and established artists, as you can easily draw with your hand, digital stylus or a regular pen with paper and see your creations come to life on the screen. In addition to using it to draw, I've been using it to write handwritten notes on paper, which in best Inspector Gadget style gets recorded digitally at the same time. If I'd had this back in school, I would've avoided a fair bit of trouble due to the endless counts my notes would go missing. On the day spent with the Lenovo and Motorola team, we took a trip to The Royal Academy of Arts, exploring and finding inspiration for what we could sketch out on the Yoga Book to inspire a real-life painting (proof below) - snaps were captured through the Moto Z smartphone with the Hasselblad True Zoom Moto Mod – transforming the phone's inbuilt camera to improve zoom and quality, ensuring future street cred points for the Android savvy.
MOTO Z with HASSELBLAD TRUE ZOOM MOTO MOD