Ideapad Yoga, an Ultrabook can be folded Become Tablet
Ideapad Yoga, don’t need tablet PC if you have this
Announced the addition of 30 new products in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, 9 to 14 January, 2012. The product that is launched consists of PCs, laptops, ultrabook, tablets, smart phones, and smart television.
For ultrabook category, Lenovo is showing 4 types ultrabook. The launch will be done gradually throughout 2012. Interesting innovation found on the ultrabook IdeaPad Yoga product .
IdeaPad Yoga is a portable computer device that has an Ultrabook design style, which is thinner and lighter. Uniquely, IdeaPad Yoga can also be converted into a tablet by folding the screen.
“Notebooks IdeaPad Yoga multi-mode convergence and redefine the user experience of products that can be folded. This product brings the best of traditional PCs and the best of the tablet together,” said Yang Yuanqing, Chairman and CEO of Lenovo.
Here is the latest Lenovo Ultrabook collection are exhibited at CES:
IdeaPad Yoga has a multi-touch screen measuring 13.3 inches. Two-hinge design allows the use of four positions: notebooks, tablets, stand, and the tent – in a single computer.
IdeaPad Yoga has a 16, 9 millimeter thick and a weight of 1, 47 kilograms. Using the Intel Core processor family with the operating system Windows 8, with memory up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB SSD. Yoga will be available starting in Semester two, 2012 with prices starting at 1199 U.S. dollars.
ThinkPad X1 Hybrid
This product has the name of the Hybrid, because it presents two different modes. One side is Windows 7 on the Intel Core platform, on the other side is Android with Qualcomm’s dual-core processors. ThinkPad X1 Hybrid will be available in early Q2 2012 with prices starting at 1599 U.S. dollars.
First Ultrabook for business that relies on Lenovo’s thin and light design but with business-class performance, including the availability of applications and typical bisnis services. ThinkPad T430u ultrabook will be available early Q3 2012 with the prices starting at 849 dollars.
IdeaPad U310 and U410
Both of these Ultrabook arguably similar. Only, the IdeaPad U310 uses Intel’s GMA 3000 HD graphics, while the U410 uses Nvidia’s GeForce 610 M 1 GB. The IdeaPad U Series will be available in May with prices starting at 699 U.S. dollars.
We’ll wait the development of Ideapad Yoga.
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