In January, Neowin got a chance to see a new laptop-notebook hybrid product from Lenovo called the IdeaPad Yoga that was running on Windows 8. Since then, the PC maker has announced plans to launch the Windows 8-based tablet, the ThinkPad Tablet 2, sometime in late October.
Now it looks like Lenovo is about to offer up some more information on the IdeaPad Yoga. A post on the company's Twitter page included an updated image of the Yoga with the statement, "It won't be long now. #Yoga #GameChanger."
Rumors are already swirling online that the IdeaPad Yoga will also be Lenovo's Windows RT launch product. The version of the Yoga that Neowin got to see in January was actually running on Windows 8 and on an Intel processor; a Windows RT version of the Yoga would have to be running on an ARM-based processor.
Lenovo has already said that its hardware will be able to compete with other Windows 8 products, including Microsoft's Surface tablet. Lenovo's CEO Yang Yuanqing stated earlier this month, "We are still confident that we are providing much better hardware than our competitors including Microsoft."
Source: Lenovo Twitter page | Image via Lenovo