Lenovo has launched IdeaPad Yoga at 2012 International CES. The ultrabook is a laptop-cum-tablet PC. It is loaded with extensive features.
CES showcases all the latest and great inventions in the technology. It is a great platform for tech giants to exhibit their upcoming launches and innovations. Lenovo, the Chinese MNC is making a great use of the platform. After launching the television K91, it has recently announced the new Lenovo IdeaPad YOGA. Seems that the name Yoga has been ideally given to the notebook for the kind of flexibility it offers with its flip-flop feature.
Lenovo claims that the recently released product by them, IdeaPad YOGA is the first 360-degree flip-and-fold notebook with multi-mode features. The notebook can be flipped to the reverse side and can be used as tablet with its touch screen interface.
This ultrabook will be launched with Windows 8 in the latter half this year. Apart from 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM, the sleek and stylish notebook comprises a 13.3-inch multi-touch screen to be used as a tablet. With mere weight of 3.1 lbs and 0.67 thin external surface, it becomes extremely lightweight and compact. The battery life is commendable and lasts up to 8 hours.
Although the notebook is perfectly compatible with Windows 7 but it is specifically fabricated for integrated touch screen experience that will be offered in Windows 8. The notebook not only offers exclusive features but also looks great with its ultra-sleek design.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga provides four-in-one personal computing experience to the users by offering four various usage models in a single notebook. Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga was formerly known as Lenovo IdeaCenter A720. It is expected to be priced at $ 1,199.