Remember netbooks? Remember the smaller Sony Vaio PCs? Well, those are now channeled by the latest Lenovo release, the One Mix 2 Yoga. It’s a 7 incher, that manages to be a convertible and also provide some productivity features. Let’s check it out.

One Mix 2 Yoga feels like a rival for the GPD gaming PCs, that came with Windows 10 or Android, sometimes also gaming buttons. That was a crowfunded project, but One Mix 2 Yoga seems like a smaller outfit, but with great ambition. Their product looks like a GPD Pocket clone, but it has the appeal of a rotating Lenovo-style screen, that bends backwards.

It makes the laptop a tablet, a convertible basically. There’s also a pressure sensitive stylus to work with. One Mix Yoga was actually available for a while, but it didn’t have impressive specs. The One Mix 2 Yoga solves problems with hardcore feats, like 8 GB of RAM, an Intel Core m3-7Y30 processor, 256 GB of SSD storage (PCIe). There’s also a 7 inch Full HD touchscreen to work with.

GeekBuying is offering a preorder sale for the basic configuration, at $650. It runs on Windows 10, sounds pretty pocketable to me and also has a fingerprint scanner. A 6500 mAh battery is also in the mix, plus dual band WiFi and a full metal shell that has metal art CNC engraving.