Lenovo unveiled its new ThinkPad Yoga a swivel screen ultra book, tactile functions available in both daily use as models for the professional

Lenovo was present at the technology fair IFA 2013 and did so with a new series of portable and flexible ultra books with screens whose main feature is the ability to rotate freely, surpassing the 180 degrees that were the limit today. The new Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga has this feature not only the consumer line computer but also computers for professional use ThinkPad family . The new model is an ultra portable with just 1.58 KG weight and an aluminum chassis which ensures protection and aesthetic quality.

Lenovo and Windows 8.1 together to promote ultra books

The new family of lightweight laptops Lenovo Windows 8.1 and will use a touch IPS technology FHD or HD Gorilla Glass display, supporting up to 10 simultaneous touch points of entry, will also feature a 5-button track pad gestures optimized for tactile. Regarding power, the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga take fourth generation processors Intel Core i7, will ram up to 8GB according to your settings and hard drive up to 1TB. ‘s double hinge allows the screen to rotate 360 degrees, and can use the screen as if it will be a tablet, and thanks to the retractable Lift’s Lock keys remain protected on the surface where it is supported.


Among other functions and features that can be found in most laptops and ultra books, find:

* USB 3.0
* Card Reader 4-in-1
* Mini-HDMI Output
* NFC Connectivity

One link Docking, with a single cable connectivity

Thanks to the Docking One link the ultra portable Thinkpad Yoga can connect a single base station to which we can connect USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet or even a monitor, all in one. On its price and launch, we know it will cost € 967 in its most economically and begin to be available in stores from November.