Unlike the original Yoga laptop, Lenovo Think Pad Yoga is designed for business users. Just like Sony and Toshiba, Lenovo’s Yoga laptops are designed to work like a laptop as well as table. However the original Yoga Laptop has some issues especially when fold the screen over most of the time the fingers accidentally press against the loose keys on the back. Thanks to the new design, as it seems to have corrected the issues.
ThinkPad Yoga has a “Lift ‘n’ Lock” keyboard that flattens out as you flip the screen back into tablet mode, and most of the time your fingers wont be pressing any button. Nevertheless the ThinkPad yoga is slightly thicker and heavier than the new Yoga 2 Pro
The ThinkPad Yoga starts with a 1,366 x 768 Gorilla Glass panel, and if you want better screen you can upgrade to a 1,920 x 1,080 display for an extra $250.
Other feature includes two USB 3.0 ports (one on each side), a mini-HDMI socket, headphone jack, SD reader, lock slot and a volume rocker/screen-orientation button to use in tablet mode.
There's also a slot for the active pen, located on the right side, which is found toward the front where the palm rest is.
For $999 you will be able to get ThinkPad Yoga with a Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. Also you can add a Core i5 or i7 processor, up to 256GB of storage ($150) and, of course, that 1080p screen for an extra $250.
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