Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook

The Lenova IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook  is a changeable notebook computer designed by Lenovo and first introduced at the International CES 2012 in January. It is also one of the many modern gadgets presented at CES 2012.  Suitably called, the IdeaPad Yoga is a four-position changeable that sets back the dual-stance laptops into history. Its monitor can be pushed all the way around so that it can touch the back of the bottom side. This makes your laptop to change from Ultrabook to a tablet PC whenever you required it to.

Lenovo IdeaPad can be used in four different modes with the help of the 360 degree flip and fold design. The IdeaPad Yoga can successfully stand as a standard notebook, transformed tablet, a stand, and a tent. In these standard notebook and tablet modes are more straightforward i.e. the user either uses the touchpad and physical keyboard  or flips the Ultrabook to a Tablet and ten-finger layout can be used.

Build and design

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook 13 strikes an inspiring balance between fast performance, excellent battery life and a thin-and-light design. This product is just 0.67 inches with the screen-closed weighs only 3.3 lbs so very close to previous generation 12-inch laptop. It uses direct bonding technology to create the 10-point multi touch display.  Moreover, screen lid is strong and there are no any screen distortions or ripples when you apply pressure to the back of the screen.

When you take a quick look at the bottom of the IdeaPad Yoga, half of the notebook looks clean with no quick access panel for removing the RAM, storage drive and other components. Single standard RAM slots is used by this Ultrabook  and it also includes a modest array of ports since this laptop is also designed to be a tablet and to keep it in light and thin. It consists of a 4-in-1 card reader such as SD, SDHC, SDXC and MMC, headset jack, HDMI and two USB ports, It doesn’t includes Ethernet jack, built in DVD drive and VGA port to connect to old external monitors and projectors.

Salient features of Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook are:

360-degree flip and design with Lenovo transition: with the help of this feature, one can easily change between modes and Lenovo transition mechanically changes system settings and locks the keyboard in place.

Up to Windows 8 Pro: Combine incorporated touch, keyboard, and mouse for a fast, fluid, and fun PC experience.

Lenovo Motion Control: Webcam is used as input device and you can readily flip pages, rewind/forward music, modify volume, and gesticulate other simple commands with the flick of a hand.

10-Finger Multitouch Technology: Effortlessly integrate with Windows 8 and enjoy control that is more precise.

Instant Resume: Get to working mode this ultra-responsive device from sleep mode in just 10 seconds.

HD Graphics Support: It makes easy connection to a TV or other monitor with HDMI output and enjoys beautiful visuals.

Lenovo Cloud Storage:  Defend your significant data, while also making access to information and file are sharing quick and handy. Mechanically back-up and synchronize data across the organization, while enabling access from multiple devices and you can send encrypted data while transferring to maintain extra level of security.

Fast Data Transfer: It can transfer data between the Lenovo Ultrabook and other devices with USB 3.0 great Speed i.e. 10 times faster than previous USB technology.

HD+ Display with IPS Technology: In-Plane Switching (IPS) LCD displays with more brightness. IPS technology allows nearly 180-degree viewing angles and for stunning colors.

In Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook , data may get lost due to many reasons such as accidental deletion, formatting or reformatting of hard disk and due to simple user mistakes and entry of virus attacks into drives. Due to this, if you lost your vital data stored on it then use Remo Recover Windows product to get them back in a simple way. It is the most efficient toolkit available in the market to recover lost data from laptop.

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook was last modified: August 8th, 2016 by Tony Landry

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