Lenovo has launched a new laptop-tablet convertible device in India, called IdeaPad Yoga. It comes in two versions – one with Windows 8 and the other with Windows RT operating system. While Windows 8 version comes in 13 inch size and runs on Intel Core i7 processor, the 11 inch version runs on Windows RT and has Nvidia Tegra 3 processor.
Both the versions of the IdeaPad Yoga come with a hinge that allows its screen to be rotated 360 degree and thus can be folded from laptop to tablet in one simple motion.
The Yoga 13 is an ultrabook category device that also offers tablet functionality in 16.9 mm frame and eight hours of battery life.
It has a 13.3-inch high definition IPS multi touch display, and offers rich sound experience with Dolby Home Theatre. It comes with up to 256 GB SSD based memory. The convertible weighs 1.54kg. The Ideapad Yoga 13 is priced from Rs 84,290 upwards.
IdeaPad Yoga 11 is the lighter and cheaper version and is 15.6 mm thick. It comes with a 11.6 inch HD display with wide viewing angle (1366×768 pixel resolution) and claimed to have 13 hours of battery life.
This tablet-laptop combo comes equipped with Nvidia Tegra 3, a quad-core processor for Windows RT and with an option of up to 2 GB DDRIII RAM and 64 GB storage. The tablet weighs 1.25 kg. The Yoga 11 is priced Rs 61,790 upwards.
The tablets will reach stores next week.