Chinese electronics giant ‘Lenovo’ introduced the newest members of the ‘IdeaPad Yoga’ family, the IdeaPad Yoga 11 and the IdeaPad Yoga 13 in India. The Yoga series by Lenovo features hybrid devices that can be transformed to function as a touch-operated tablet when the keyboard is flipped behind the display. The Lenovo transition freezes the keyboard when device is switched into any mode other than keyboard.
The Yoga 11 is empowered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 Quad-Core processor and hence supports Windows RT, a ULV processor and 2 GB RAM with 64 GB SSD storage at its disposal. It has an 11.6” capacitive multitouch HD display with 1366*768 pixel resolution and its battery can sustain the device for up to 13 hours. The 1.25 Kg device has an integrated 720p HD webcam and has been priced at Rs 61,790.
The Yoga 13, as the name suggests, comes with a 13.3” capacitive multitouch IPS display with a pixel resolution of 1600*900. Powered by a processor of the 3rd Generation Intel Core i-Series, it also incorporates 4GB of RAM, ULV processor and 128 GB SSD. Its battery can last up to 8 hours. This 1.54 Kg also has an integrated webcam and has been priced Rs. 84,290.
Connectivity options in both devices include Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) and an HDMI port though Bluetooth is available in select models only.