Among the Lenovo‘s new family of 4 convertible devices, the IdeaPad Yoga 13 is hitting the stores this month along with the ThinkPad Twist. With prices start at $1,099, the new Yoga 13 comes with unique hinge that enables users to switch from laptop to tablet with 360° simple motion. Regarding powerhouse, the Yoga 13 is infused with up to 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processors, up to 256GB SSD, and running Windows 8.
If you look at the design, Yoga 13 is very slim at only 16.9 mm, I know is not the slimmest of its kind, but I think it’s slim enough to slip into your bag. Eight hours of battery life is what you get after a full charge. Other highlights include: 13.3-in high definition IPS display (multi-touch screen), and Dolby Home Theatre.
“The Yoga convertibles are a great example of the commitment Lenovo has made to continued innovation with Windows,” said John Case, vice president, Worldwide OEM Marketing, Microsoft Corp. “The commitment is evident in the beautiful hardware designs that exhibit flexibility, mobility and extended battery life; combining that with the new capabilities of Windows 8 these PCs provide an experience that is sure to delight customers.”