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A good idea from Lenovo: a four-way laptop-tablet hybrid whose apps offer user-input options for those scenarios.
At the 2012 CES, Lenovo got some attention for its crafty Yoga computer, whose screen hinges allow you to use it as a laptop, a tablet or something in between. (Keyboard down and screen up is "table mode"; flip the screen most of the way back and rest the Yoga on its front edges for "tent mode.")
At IFA, it introduced a new Yoga Pro 2 that adds a retina-quality, 3200 by 1800-pixel screen and offers a claimed nine-plus hours of battery life (http://news.lenovo.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=1714). This €1299 model also throws in some "Yoga Picks"--apps intended for use in each of those modes.
As a frequent cook, I was particularly intrigued by a "Yoga Chef" tent-mode app that lets you select recipes and control their display using voice commands but also hand gestures tracked by this machine's webcam.