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A Tablet or Laptop ?? Yes, this will be the first phrase you will utter when you will meet the all new Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 13 convertible notebook. This fully bendable laptop has 4 modes to hang with i.e., Laptop mode, Tablet mode, Tent mode and Stand mode. It comes with the flexibility of moving the keyboard 360 degress completely.
Unlike other Ultrabooks, Yoga 13 combines the productivity of an Ultrabook with the experience of a Tablet. With Windows 8 Professional running on the top you have access to million of apps from Marketplace. Lenovo Yoga 13 sports a 13.3-inch HD IPS display with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. To add more, it is powered by a 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 processor and 128 GB Solid state disk. Here is the full specification for the Hybrid.
- Dimension - 13.1 x 8.9 x 0.67 inches
- Weight – 1.54 Kgs
- Windows 8 Pro
- 13.3″ HD+IPS capacitive multitouch display
- Resolution - 1600 x 900 pixels
- Intel Core-i7 3rd generation processor
- 8 GB DDR3
- Integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000
- 128 GB SSD
- 1.0 MP HD integrated webcam
- Connectivity – USB 2.0, USB 3.0 Port
- Combo jack, HDMI, 2-in-1 card reader
- Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- Battery Life – 8 Hrs
- Price – $999
Various applications comes bundled with the Ultrabook which include, AccuWeather, Birzzle, Evernote and McAfee antivirus. To embellish the laptop, it has 10-finger multitouch touchscreen technology and Lenovo Motion Control which uses the webcam to recognize the gesture of the hand to change the volume, flip pages, move music tracks and undertakes other task with a flick of hand.
Lenovo Yoga 13 was accorded with Best Ultrabook title in CES 2012, but the show is not yet over as Lenovo is all set to release a new version of Yoga 11, again a convertible which will feature Windows 8 instead of RT as was seen in Yoga 11. In my opinion to have an awesome experience of a Tablet with a Laptop, you should try any one of the Yoga line-up.
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