Apart from the revamped ThinkPad series and the newly introduced Flex series, Lenovo has also come up with a new professional convertible laptop ThinkPad Yoga at IFA 2013.
In the newly introduced ThinkPad Yoga, Lenovo has borrowed Yoga's flip and fold, four mode design; where the device boasts a 12.5-inch Corning Gorilla Glass HD IPS or a FHD IPS display along with magnesium alloy build. Let us inform you, there's a optional digitizer and pen available for the FHD display. The new ThinkPad Yoga runs on Windows 8.1 and offers 10-finger touch screen.
Further, ThinkPad Yoga will come powered by Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 CPUs and up to 8GB RAM. In spite of its 0.74-inch thickness, the machine will be outfitted with a 1TB hard drive as standard equipment, with a 256GB SSD as an available option. Further, the ThinkPad Yoga will come with I/O ports, including two USB 3.0 ports and a four-in-one card reader in addition to mini HDMI. Additionally, ThinkPad Yoga features the legendary ThinkPad keyboard with optional backlit models and models with Near Field Communications (NFC) to easily share data between devices.
As claimed by the company, Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga also responds to voice input so users can chat on Instant Messaging programs, play their music, search the web and more without lifting a finger. And for an expanded workspace, Lenovo's One Link dock, purchased separately, provides USB ports, a mini-HDMI connection, Gigabit Ethernet and more. All will be backed by a decent battery life.
Reportedly, the nee Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga will be available in the global market starting from November with price starting at $949 (aprrox. Rs 62,643).