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    Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga*

    4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor

    From $1,259.99

    • Screen: 12.5"
    • Display resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
    • Capacity: 256 GB
    • Memory: 8 GB
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Technical Specifications

Processor

  • i7-4500U processor
  • Y
  • 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7
  • 1.80 GHz
  • 2/4
  • 4.0 MB
  • 3.00 GHz

Audio

  • Y
  • 0
  • N
  • Dolby Home Theater
  • 1 W

Battery

  • 7 h
  • Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
  • 4
  • -

Camera

  • Y

Design

  • Black
  • Convertible (Folder)
  • Convertible (Folder)

Display

  • 12.5"
  • Y
  • Y
  • 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Multi-touch

Graphics

  • N

Intel Technlogies

  • 2.0
  • Y
  • Y
  • Intel® Clear Video HD Technology, Intel® Insider™, Intel® Quick Sync Video
  • Y
  • Y
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • -

Keyboard

  • Y

Memory

  • 8 GB
  • DDR3-SDRAM
  • 1600
  • 8 GB

Networking

  • -
  • Y
  • N
  • N
  • Y
  • 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Operating System & Software

  • Windows 8.1

Ports & Interfaces

  • Memory Stick (MS), MMC, MS PRO, SD
  • Y
  • 0
  • 0
  • 2

Storage

  • SSD

Weight & Dimensions

  • 3.45 lbs
  • 19 mm
  • -
  • -
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Expert Reviews (13)

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 28/07/2014

    The next candidate in our barrage of ThinkPad reviews is the ThinkPad Yoga, which, at first glance, might seem a little bit redundant. After all, we've already got three current-gen Yoga models to choose from between the Yoga 2 11- and 13-inch iterations ...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 22/04/2014

    The ThinkPad Yoga Easily change between four modes — Laptop , Stand, Tablet , and Tent — while your system automatically switches system settings and locks the keyboard in place. The secret: ThinkPad Yoga's unique design and touchscreen display allows the...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 18/02/2014

    Good: Signature Yoga folding keyboard with keys no longer exposed in tablet mode, Strong performance and sound system, Great-looking full HD display

    Bad: Pricey, Short on ports, Weak, low-res Webcam

    Last year, we watched as two-in-one convertible laptops battled for dominance, making 2013 the first round of the Windows hybrid wars. Laptop makers trotted out machines that twisted, turned, and bent over backwards to switch to tablet mode. Some were...

  • 10 0
    7

    Date: 11/02/2014

    Good: 360degree hinged touchscreen, Pressuresensitive Wacomn stylus, Rugged enclosure, Available docking station

    Bad: Display choices top out at 1920 by 1080, Soso battery life, Thicker and heavier many of its competitors

    The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga isn't as slim or sexy as its colorful consumer-oriented sibling, the IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro, nor does it have the Yoga 2 Pro's alluring 3820-by-1200-pixel display. But this hybrid Ultrabook checks all the must-have business feature bo...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 06/02/2014

    It’s a ThinkPad. No, it’s a Yoga! No, it’s...a ThinkPad Yoga. Lenovo has melded two of its popular laptop design approaches together to create a sort of hybrid ultrabook, bringing together elements of its workhorse ThinkPad lineup and multi-mode capabl...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 28/01/2014

    Good: The ThinkPad Yoga has an innovative vanishing keyboard that solves a major hybrid problem. Construction, battery life, and ergonomics are up to Lenovo's typical high standards.

    Bad: The screen is smaller and lacks the higher resolution of the similar Yoga 2 Pro. The hidden keyboard adds mechanical complexity to what should be a rugged road system. The upgrades you'll want drive the price up quickly.

    Lenovo's Yoga hybrid line has already gone through several iterations, from the original, fold-back screen version, to the 3,200x1,800 Yoga 2 Pro, to the recently announced lower-cost Yoga 2. Despite a strong fan base, if there's one thing that's bothe...

  • 10 0
    7.9

    Date: 27/01/2014

    Good: Wellbuilt, versatile design, Lowglare screen offers good viewing angles, Comfortable keyboard and trackpad, One of the few Ultrabooks to support pen input, Fast bootup time, good allaround performance

    Bad: Relatively bulky, Selfflattening keyboard seems less useful on a machine that's this cumbersome to use in tablet mode , Base model has a fairly lowres screen, Battery life is on the short side

    It's pretty clear that Lenovo made a bit of a mistake with its original Yoga laptop. Don't get us wrong, we liked -- no, loved -- it, but we could never get over how awkward it was to use in tablet mode: Every time you folded the screen over, you had your...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 21/01/2014

    Lenovo's Yoga laptops have proved to be among the more popular convertible devices that can function as both a laptop and a tablet, and the company has now added a Yoga model to its ThinkPad range of business laptops.At first glance the ThinkPad Yoga simp...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 20/01/2014

    It's no secret. The world has moved on to 2-in-1s. Tablets that become laptops. Laptops that are tailor-made to transform into fast business-oriented machines. The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga belongs to the latter category.Starting at $999, a pre-configured Thin...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 01/01/2014

    Lenovo has popped up with a handful of new products recently, among them being the ThinkPad Yoga, a flexible hybrid laptop with a touchscreen panel that can fold all the way back into a tablet-like mode. This follows the ThinkPad X240 we reviewed last mon...

  • 10 0
    8.8

    Date: 28/12/2013

    Good: Good build quality, Very bright screen, Versatile and innovative design, Decent performance, Excellent keyboard and mouse

    Bad: Slightly heavy, Ethernet port only via docking station, Display bounces a little

    On the business end, customers so far had to contend with the rather unconventional 11.6-inch ThinkPad Helix , the single-hinge, more mainstream 12.5-inch convertible ThinkPad Twist , or the tried-and-true, but much thicker and heavier 12.5-inch ThinkPad ...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 13/12/2013

    Good: Colorful full HD screen; Responsive keyboard; Innovative bendable design; Long battery life

    Bad: Screen is fingerprint magnet; Relatively slow SSD; Limited port selection for business notebook

    Among 2-in-1 laptops that convert from clamshell to tablet mode, Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga series has impressed us with its 360-degree folding screens, giving you the ability to operate in presentation or tent modes. With the 12.5-inch ThinkPad Yoga Ultrabook...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 09/12/2013

    twitter: @lisagade) There are ThinkPad people and there are everyday laptop buyers. For the ThinkPad set, nothing holds up to their beloved line's build quality, durability, business-minded software with no bloat and a keyboard that's the best in the...

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