Intel has recently launched the new series of chips which are designed to make 2-in-1 laptops much lighter and thinner. Here Lenovo has taken the advantage and today they had launched Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Ultrabook, which is 14 percent lighter and 17 percent thinner and it weights around 1.19 kg or 2.62 pounds.
It is similar to its last model Yoga 2 Pro and it still has 3200 x 1800 display and the keyboard and industrial design have barely changed either. It has the 360-degree hinge allowing you to fold the screen back and use it as a tablet. Coming to the performance it is powered by ultra-low-voltage Intel Core M processor, which means that if you select for the slimmer designs and long battery life, you experience the slight dip in the performance vs the standard-voltage system.
- Processor : Intel Core M-70
- Operating System : Windows 8.1
- Display : 13.3 inch QHD, 3200 x 1800 resolution touch screen, Intel integrated graphics
- Colors : Platinum Silver, Clementine Orange and Champagne Gold
- RAM and Storage : 8 GB LPDDR3L, 256 GB or 512 GB SSD
- Connectivity : Bluetooth 4.0.1, 802.11 A/C Wi-Fi
- JBL stereo speakers with waves audio certification
- Two USB 3.0, One USB 2.0, 4-in-1 card reader, Micro-HDMI out, Audio combo jack.
- Camera 720 P webcam
- Battery life up to 9 hours
- Weight 1.19 kg (2.62 lbs)
- Dimensions 13″x 9″x 0.5″
Overall it is a sexy machine and you can order it today and this ultrabook will ship in three weeks. Its price starts at $1,349.99.
Addition to this Lenovo has also announced ThinkPad Yoga 14, the company’s first convertible ultrabook with in this screen size. Like Thinkpad Yoga, which features 12.5 inch screen size, it also has the self-flattening keyboard that locks up when the system is in tablet mode. It includes the discrete NVIDIA GeForce 840 graphics, 1 TB storage and 8 GB RAM.