Lenovo is planning to introduce four new devices, which the company says will twirl, flip, and twist between being ultrabooks and tablets. All these innovative and next-gen devices will be launched with Windows 8, which is Microsoft’s latest offering.
Let’s take a quick look at the specifications of these devices individually:
IdeaPad Yoga 13-inch
With the ability to swirl its screen to a full 360 degrees angel, the IdeaPad Yoga is the leading 13-inch convertible device in Lenovo’s lineup of Windows 8 devices. Weighing just 3.40 pounds, the device is powered by Intel Core processor. Slated to hit the shelves on Oct. 26, same day when Windows 8 launches, the IdeaPad Yoga will come with a price of $1,099. This device has a screen resolution of 1,600 x 900 in HD.
IdeaPad Yoga 11-inch
Uncovered by Lenovo in an 11-inch version, this IdeaPad Yoga is a smaller and portable option. This smaller Yoga is a Windows RT device, available with Nvidia’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor. The IdeaPad Yoga 11-inch is slated to come out in December- the holiday season.
ThinkPad Twist is the most business-focused devices of these new convertibles by Lenovo. Made with power and style, this device is easy-to-carry around. Available with an option of either a 500GB HDD or a more speedy 128GB solid state drive, the ThinkPad Twist weighs 3.48 pounds. Expected to hit the stores on October 26th, this device will cost around $849.
IdeaPad Lynx is an 11-inch version, which is slated to hit the shelves this December along with the 11-inch version of IdeaPad Yoga. This 1.41-pound tablet is made with a dual-core Atom processor. Offered with a battery life of 16-hour, this tab is sold at a price range of $599, minus the keyboard, which is sold separately at a price of $149.