Lenovo took a step back from U300s and Ultrabooks in general when it designed the IdeaPad Yoga 13. It is arguably the most interesting take on Intel’s Ultrabook blueprint. With a 13″ touchscreen and a keyboard that can be hidden behind the screen, Lenovo may hit the nail squarely on the head by filling a previously neglected market segment.
When does Lenovo intend to release this interesting piece of technology? No-one knows for sure, but I took the initiative and collected tech specs that are available at the moment. They may change. Probably will, too, so don’t be surprised when Yoga doesn’t turn out the way we’re expecting it to.
For the more comprehensive list of Ultrabook tech specs, see the Ultrabook Knowledge Base.
Intel Ivy Bridge | Unknown
Up to 8GB
3.1 lbs (1,406g)
Unknown + soft-touch plastic
Ports and Connectivity
audio jack, wireless, HDMI -out. Sporadic information subject to change until final release.
“the YOGA 13 can also be positioned with the keyboard area flat against the desk” gizmag.com
No word on keyboard quality yet.
Unknown, but after Microsoft releases Windows 8
Entry Point Price
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