Lenovo may be preparing to expand its line of Yoga convertible tablets. The Yoga line of devices look like laptops at first glance, and you can use them as laptops. But you can also push the screen back 360 degrees until it rests below the keyboard and allows you to use the device as a tablet.

Right now Lenovo offers models with 11.6 inch and 13.3 inch displays. But it looks like there may be a 10 inch model on the way as well.

Lenovo Yoga tablet 10

A previously unannounced device called the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 with the model number BF8000-F showed up at the FCC website this week.

There aren’t many details in the FCC listing, but the name suggests a 10 inch screen, and the tablet features 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0.

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Lenovo has offered tablets running both Windows 8 and Windows RT as part of its tablet lineup. It’s not clear which operating system the new Yoga will have, or whether it will have an x86 or ARM-based processor.

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9 replies on “Is Lenovo working on a 10 inch Yoga tablet?”

  1. If it’s running Windows, this will be running Windows 8. All evidence points to Lenovo abandoning Windows RT. This would work out great once Windows 8.1 and Intel Bay Trail Atom chips come out.

  2. I guess it’s possible it’s for ChromeOS as well. With touch support now in Chrome, there’s no reason why a hybrid isn’t possible.

    1. Except that ChromeOS is just really, really bad. I have a list of more, but that’s the punchline on all of them.

        1. You can tie as many pretty ribbons on a garbage can as you want, but all that will make it is a garbage can with pretty ribbons tied to it.

          Google is good at quite a few things (Search, Maps), but creating operating systems is not one of them. ChromeOS and Android are the bane of the tech world. Inefficient, unstable, simply awful.

          1. Running Ubuntu is probably the smartest thing you can do if you buy a Chromebook. I certainly wouldn’t keep ChromeOS on there. The reason it was so cheap is because it is a subpar OS running on a subpar processor. If you want a versatile device, get a Windows. If you want a stable (but overpriced) device, get a Mac. If you want to flush your money down the drain, get a Chromebook.

  3. Why do you think it will run Windows? Plenty of Android hybrids on the way… surely Lenovo will have at least one. That’s what I like about Windows 8… anything hardware design that works for it will work even better for Android as it’s a lighter weight OS.

    1. Products under the same series/model name tend to use the same OS… doesn’t rule out the possibility of a new model with Android version but makes it less likely if all previous models have been running Windows…

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