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Lenovo is apparently learning fast what people desire in a laptop. Now that they have made their mark in the Tablet sector, Lenovo also came up with a couple of ideas which integrates a few innovative modifications to a regular Ultrabook laptop.
Lenovo’s latest laptops include one unique Ultrabook which will definitely be candy for your eyes. Named as Lenovo Yoga, this Ultrabook sports a brilliant and flexible body, along with great specifications.
Now it wouldn’t be hard to guess why Lenovo would name their Ultrabook as “Yoga”, keeping the term “flexibility” in mind. Basically, Lenovo Yoga is pretty awesome and capable of transforming itself to multiple shapes. So, this has been categorized as a multi-mode Ultrabook.
Key features of Lenovo Yoga:
DISTUINGUISHED FEATURES of LENOVO YOGA DISPLAY Type Capacitive Touch Screen Size 13.3 inches, 1600 x 900 pixels STORAGE CAPACITY Storage SSD Memory 8 GB SIZE & POWER MANAGEMENT Thickness 0.67 inch Weight 1.47 Kgs Operating system Windows 8 CPU Core i7 Ivy Bridge Keyboard Chiclet (not backlit) Battery 8 hours
Lenovo included a patented dual hinge flip for IdeaPad Yoga, which can flip to upto 360 degree angles. This also provides great stability to the device. Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga is quite thin and pretty lightweight. Weighing about 1.47 kgs approximately, Yoga has a sleek 13.3 inch HD display sporting a 1600 x 900 pixels resolution.
Cutting edge hardware and Windows 8 operating system are other plus points of this Ultrabook. Yoga features a Chiclet keyboard, but you will have more fun transforming it to a tablet and enjoying the touchscreen experience in the big 13.3 inch screen.
The touch experience would be pretty smooth with the 10 point capacitive screen and the User Interface is also reported to be way better, along with the much anticipated Windows 8 operating system.
Users don’t need to hold the device in their hands, when they can flip the hinge and adjust the Ultrabook to give it a stand or tent shape, which saves space. So basically, Lenovo Yoga is apt for gaming and other forms of entertainment, web browsing etc. Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga will be out for sale by the third quarter of this year. Its price tag in India is not yet announced.