Lenovo has held an event in London to launch their new computers, tablets, convertibles and notebooks in the Yoga series. Since we told you earlier this week and it has settled on two tablets from Yoga 8 with 10 inches, the Yoga Pro 2 with an integrated projector, Yoga Pro 3 Ultrabook and a new ThinkPad Yoga 14.
The Yoga electronic tablets count on full HD (1920 x 1200 pixels) panels of 8 to 10 inches diagonally with Intel Atom Z3745 Bay Trail quad-core processors, 2 GB of RAM and support for 4G LTE wireless networks. The 8 inch model has 16 GB of storage capacity while the 10-inch has a 32 GB SSD.
They have micro SD card slots, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and dual cameras of 8 and 1.6 megapixels. The models come with Android 4.4 KitKat and cost 250 and $300 respectively. While the 10-inch Lenovo Yoga with Windows will costs $400. The 8-inch tablet with Windows will be released later.
The third model is the Yoga 3 Pro, an impressive Ultrabook ("the lightest and thinnest in the world") with an aluminum chassis and 13.3-inch IPS screen display with QHD + resolution from 3200 x 1800 pixels. It is powered by an Intel Core M-70, 8 GB of RAM and solid state drives up to a 512 GB capacity.
It has high- quality connectivity with Wi-FIAC and Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0 port, micro HDMI and 4 speakers. Lenovo promises a battery life of 9 hours for this premium Ultrabook convertible a tablet that will be available later this month starting at $ 1,349 dollars.
Another of the models presented has been the ThinkPad Yoga 14, it is a new convertible from Lenovo. With a magnesium chassis and Full HD 14-inch screen that rotates 360 degrees to use as a laptop or tablet for presentations.
It uses a Haswell Core i5 processor with 8 GB of RAM and a 1 TB hard drive, accompanied by a 16GB SSD for cache. A NVIDIA 840M reinforces the graphics section while in connectivity we see USB ports, HDMI, Wi-Fi, SD card reader, etc. It will be available with Windows 8.1 for $ 1,199.
We left for the finale the surprise of the event. A Lenovo Tablet 2 Pro with a 13.3-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, an Intel Atom Z3745 processor, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage capacity.
With everything, the equipment hides its star core component: a Pico projector for projecting images equivalent to 50 inches of diagonal surface. With Android 4.4, the price is set for the screen and features: $499.
These tablets and convertibles from Lenovo are very attractive.