The box is rather small and form fitting. Its simple yet elegant design reinforces the Yoga Book's aesthetic appeal. Inside the box are the individually packaged accessories.
Accessories include the AC/DC power adapter and USB cable, RealPen with three ink refills, Yoga Book Pad with 16 sheets of paper, microSD/SIM card slot key, cleaning cloth, and manuals.
The GunMetal Gray metal chassis is quite nice and sturdy. There are almost no markings except for the Lenovo brand logo. The touch surface is protected by Gorilla Glass. The CreatePad has a light matte anti-glare finish. The screen is brilliant, but glare can be an issue.
The front of the unit is bare, and the hinged section isn't as bulky or awkward as you might think. The hinge is very sturdy and will support any angle you open the book to, so you always have a stand to watch Netflix.
The left side of the device features a microUSB charging port, a slot for a microSD card (and SIM in certain models), an HDMI output, and speaker vent. The right side of the device features a power button, speaker vent, volume control, and headphone jack.
To insert a microSD card, you just need to insert the key, and a card holder pops out. In some regions, this is where you would insert your SIM card if your device is equipped with a modem.
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