* Convert from laptop to tablet with quick flip of the screen
* Powerful 7th Gen Intel Core Processor for faster responsiveness
* View screen from tent or stand mode
The choice between a laptop or tablet can be tough. Tablets give access to loads of apps and an easy touchscreen, but laptops hit the spot when you need full programs and a keyboard. Luckily there’s Lenovo’s Yoga, a slick tablet-laptop hybrid that hands you the best of both worlds.
The Yoga fluidly transforms from PC to tablet in four distinct modes: laptop, stand, tent or tablet. It’s unique hinge and touchscreen display give it a 360-degree mobility, so it’s easy to switch from traditional laptop to tablet with a quick flip of the keyboard against the screen. The shape-shifting continues simply by re-positioning the keyboard as a stand or tent, perfect for viewing videos and streaming entertainment hands-free, which you can count on to look crisp in the edgeless full HD display.
Powered on Windows 10, this convertible laptop has a spec list that includes the 10-point multitouch screen, built-in HD webcam with two mics and a 7th Gen Intel Core processor. Connectivity should be robust with its innovative antenna physically integrated into the hinge, covering more surface area. Paired with 8GB memory and 128GB solid state drive, annoyances like buffered videos and slow web browsing will be things you can bid goodbye to.
With this many options for use and its slim portability, the Yoga is the perfect companion for work and play. Cranking out reports on the laptop, then streaming the latest Netflix series in tent mode without swapping devices? Looks like the Yoga makes a winning case for having it all.
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