Filed Under: Laptops
You want a notebook, you also want a tablet, but you don’t have the budget for both devices, only one device you can effort. A high-end tablet such iPad or Galaxy Tab could set you back around $500, a stylish and powerful ultrabook such as Samsung Series 5 would cost $900 at minimum. If you want all of them, you need to have $1,400. If you don’t have such amount of money, how to solve the problem? Lenovo has the answer: the $1200 IdeaPad YOGA. I know it’s not the right answer for everyone, but let’s see what it can do.
The IdeaPad YOGA is a multi-mode notebook with four different usage style: notebook, tablet, stand and tent. Measuring 16.9mm thin and weighing 1.47kg, the YOGA comes with a 360 degree dual-hinge flip design which make the four usage mode possible. For entertainemnt, users can flip the screen into stand or tent mode.
Regarding technical specification, the IdeaPad YOGA is powered by the Intel Core Processor family with a Windows 8 operating system, and supports eight hours of battery life with up to 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. YOGA is expected to be available in the second half of 2012. Feeling lucky? Find it at Amazon.com or keep updated by visiting www.gadgeture.com.