Lenovo’s Yoga series shot to fame with its flexible body, and since that there have been numerous attempts at recreating the design by other brands.
The newest to jump ship is Onda, a brand that has launched it’s own Windows PC with the same hybrid design.
Known as the Onda oBook 11, the device packs mild specs to make for a moderately powerful netbook. This includes the Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 64bit quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, and more.
Onda oBook 11: The Lenovo Yoga alternative that could be?
Priced at under the $300 mark, the oBook 11 could be something that could catch the fancy of people who use their machines to spend time online — bloggers, writers, and the like.
Full specifications of the tablet include, besides the aforementioned, 64GB of storage, a 11.6-inch 1920 x 1080p display, 2 mega-pixel front facing camera, and a 30Wh battery. The factory claims this gives the tablet a 7 hour battery life.
The oBook 11 runs Windows 10 out of the box. Would you consider paying the ~$100 premium of this laptop over traditional Chinese tablets?