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About Sam Siv. Who draw pictures to illustrate ideas or create art. Its defining feature is a large, touch-sensitive surface that converts easily from a keyboard to a digital sketchpad.
A proprietary pen, and a special way to use real paper with the digital sketchpad, turn the Yoga Book into a device where typing, drawing, and writing are equally welcome input methods. Like most first products, the Yoga Book has some shortcomings.
I felt the same way about HP's Sprout , which has a similar goal, tackled in a completely different way. The pencil icon will light when Create Pad is active.
You just choose your nib and use it—either the digitizing stylus for writing directly on the Create Pad, or the real-ink pen for writing on paper laid over the surface. You can write on the Create Pad surface with your stylus, and it transfers your work to the screen in any compatible application such as Microsoft OneNote.
The method of changing from stylus to ink is awkward. You use a hole in the top of the pen cap to pull out one nib and shimmy in another.
You also need to be careful not to use the ink pen directly on the Create Pad—which I did many times. In another first for Windows devices, you can use paper on the Create Pad—any paper, placed atop the surface and drawn on with the Real Pen and its ink nib.
I like having the paper option, though. The Book Pad gently affixes itself to the Create Pad with magnets.
Start with the device plus the pen with two nibs. The keyboard is full-size, with function and cursor keys, as well as a small Windows key.
Keyboards are a very personal experience. The Halo keyboard offers that matte texture for grip, plus audio and haptic feedback. Typing will feel a little slow at first, but Lenovo created special algorithms to adjust the keyboard to your typing habits.
I had almost no trouble using this keyboard, and in fact I liked the relief from pounding on physical keys. The specs are modest.
It dwells in that gray area between computer and tablet where limitations are part of the package. This device is an extremely thin