The device is insanely thin, so much so that Lenovo couldn’t fit in a Full USB port, instead you are going to rely on the micro USB on board and a whole lot of adapters. There is also weirdly no USB C port.
The device comes with a pen that uses real ink for all your doodling needs, the pen itself was co-developed with wacom and uses electro magnetic resonance to track your movements on a real paper based notepad. The pen can also be configured to use 2048 levels of pressure. The pricing for the ink refills have not been announced but Lenovo they would be priced reasonably. Alternatively, the pen can also be used directly on the surface is itself.
The device is made of magnesium-aluminum alloy and features a slab-like design that opens up to a screen on the top and a blank slate at the bottom which doubles as a keyboard known as the Halo Keyboard, a Haptic feedback based touchscreen keyboard that learns and adapts to a users typing habits.
The device features a 10 inch IPS full HD screen, features four Dolby atmos branded speakers, has 64GB of internal storage, an Intel Processor which is paired with 4GB of RAM. The device is available starting today on Flipkart for Rs. 49,999. The 2 in 1 available in India is the Windows Pro version with an Android version to be announced at a later date.