Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 goes on sale for $759 and up
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Chinese electronics manufacturer Lenovo is reportedly now taking orders for its latest portable device, called IdeaPad Yoga 11. Unveiled earlier last month, the laptop-slash-tablet apparently offers slim and light design; runs on Microsoft’s Windows RT operating system and has a starting price of $759.
The Yoga 11 can be used in four “modes”: laptop, tablet, stand or tent (see images) and sports an 11.6-inch capacitive 5-point multitouch widescreen display (350-nit) of 1366-by-768 pixels native resolution. It is powered by a Quad-Core NVIDIA Tegra 3 System-On-Chip and an NVIDIA ULP GeForce graphics card.
Furthermore, users are provided with 2GB of low-voltage DDR3L RAM, up to a 64GB Solid-State Drive and a 720p HD web camera for video calls. Connectivity features presumably include two USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI interface, a 2-in-1 media card reader slot, Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth adapters.
The IdeaPad Yoga 11 is 15.6mm (about 0.61-inch) thick and weighs 1.27kg (2.8lbs) with the integrated 4-cell battery that lasts for around 13 hours on a single charge. Lenovo promises to start shipping its latest hybrid portable device “in more than 4 weeks”.