Windows devices are finally coming into the big league thanks to Lenovo. The maker announced launch of its latest array of Windows 10 based laptops as well as desktops for the B, E, M and S series at IFA, Berlin in Germany on Wednesday. The laptop variants that saw revelation are ThinkPad Yoga 260, IdeaPad 100S, the IdeaPad 300,  IdeaPad 500,  Idea IdeaPad 300, IdeaPad 500 and Lenovo’s Miix 700 devices. Also, up for availability in the retail marts soon are the IdeaCentre desktops and the Yoga Tab 3 Android tab.

Dissecting The ThinkPad Yoga 260            

We chose to dissect the ThinkPad Yoga 260 that is causing buzz with its LTE capability.Lenovo Launches ThinkPad Yoga 260 At IFA The classic stand, tend and normal modes are still available on this Yoga baby.


Read More: With a 12.5-incher display, users can choose a full HD or a FHD option when it comes to screen res. Powering the entrails of the ThinkPad Yoga 260 is either an Intel Core i3 or an i5, as you can afford.

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There is a very meaty Intel Core i7 Skylake chipset processor powered variant too. The Lenovo launch supports up to 16 GB of DDR4 RAM and up till 512 GB SSD of internal storage. A couple of USB 3.0 ports plus a Mini Display Port with  HDMI out port add utility to the new release. Of real worth is the 720p RealSense webcam and the Hello spec that Windows 10 comes with.

The Pricing Story

Choose from silver or black hues and be relaxed about running the laptop for 10 hours with a single round of charging. The pricing starts at upwards of $949 and you could bag one from November onwards.