At the CES 2015, Lenovo has made some big announcements including the second generation Lenovo YOGA Tablet that comes with Windows 8.1 pre-installed and the company’s new AnyPenTechnology.

This new technology AnyPen quite resembles its name and allows users to use any metal object in the surrounding as a stylus and even draw on the 8-inch IPS touchscreen of the tablet. This means that users can make use of a knife, a fork, a ballpoint pen and any other similar kind of things as a stylus and still work with your tablet.

In addition to this new embed technology, the other specs for the device include an 8-inch IPS display with 1080p resolution. The tablet bakes a 64-bit Intel Atom quad-core chipset supported with 2GB of RAM memory and 32GB of internal storage. To its back is an 8MP primary camera with auto-focus while its front hosts a 1.6MP secondary camera. Additionally the device has stereo speakers with Dolby Audio and Wolfson amplification. The battery is really huge with 6800mAh battery juice offering 15 hours of seamless working.

The Lenovo YOGA Tablet 2 is priced for $299 and will be available from this month. Here are few of the images for the device.

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Source: Lenovo

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