Lenovo is working on a successor to its unique Yoga Book convertible

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Lenovo seems to be working on a follow-up to the Yoga Book — the company’s 2016 convertible laptop that swapped out a regular keyboard for a configurable, touch-sensitive surface.

According to regulatory filings logged at the Bluetooth SIG website (and spotted by Liliputing), the Chinese tech company is developing two new products: one “Lenovo Pen Pro,” and one “YogaBook2 Pro.” Obviously we can’t say much about these devices from their names alone, but it does suggest sequels are on the way to the 2016 computer and digital pen.

The original Yoga Book was intriguing; an ultra-thin convertible with a 10.1-inch screen that was available running Android (for $500) or Windows 10 ($650). You could use it as a straight tablet, a digital…

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