The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga might the most innovative device for 2012. There are many people that are trying to go between laptops and tablets. Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga is the first device to merge them both. The special hinge on this computer allows you to bend the laptop back until it becomes a tablet, and this device has four different modes that you can use at once. Read this article to get all the details of this new device.
The Ideapad has rather good specs considering that it is functioning as both a laptop and a tablet. It comes standard with 8GB of RAM, and it is using the newest Intel Core CPU. You also get 256GB of hard drive space, and this is much better than you would find on any other available tablet.
The display is also entirely touch-based. You can use the trackpad or a mouse during laptop mode, or you can touch the screen. The IdeaPad is also one of the first tablets to have Windows 8, and it will definitely help the laptop market use the touch-based controls for this OS.
The display is 1600-by-900 pixels, and this is good for watching movies or going online. The specs are not quite the strongest in the laptop market, but they certainly beat out most of what you will find in the tablet sector.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga’s size is a little controversial. Some people say that it’s a great size for a tablet, but others are saying that it’s too large. This device has a 13.3-inch screen. This is considerably larger than most other tablets, so it isn’t exactly as easy to carry. At the same time, it makes it easier to use both hands, and it makes the device perfect for watching movies.
Another point of contention is the thickness and weight. It’s only 0.67 inches thick, and some people think that this isn’t thick enough for a tablet. It weighs slightly over three pounds, and this makes it heavier than most ultrabooks. Despite the problems, many are interested in trying this device.
There are four different forms. The laptop and tablet forms are obvious, and the other two are tent and stand. The tent form is when you make a tent with the two sides, and this makes it easier to use the tablet on a flat surface. The stand version is like an inverted laptop because the keyboard is on the back. This is meant for watching movies or displaying presentations.
The advantages of this device include specs and function. This is the first device that has merged laptops and tablets in an interesting way. The specs are also very powerful for a tablet, and they are near the top for a laptop. Most tablets only give you 10GB to 60GB of storage space, but you get over 200GB with the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga. The RAM is also much better because most tablets only have about 1GB to 2GB.
Tablets are supposed to be mobile, and a 13.3-inch device isn’t easy to carry around without a large bag. This device is also heavier than most ultrabooks, so that can make it a little difficult to carry without feeling a little tired. The other disadvantage is the price. Lenovo hasn’t stated the specific price, but people are estimating it around $1,200 to $1,900. You can easily buy a moderate laptop and tablet at that price, and still have money left over.
Author Bio: John Gordon is a freelance blogger, as well as a firm supporter of funding new inventions and refinancing.