Lenovo has just announced a handful of new Windows tablets and ultrabooks. There are four devices in total and they range in price from a $299 tablet to a $1349 ultrabook. That ultrabook will be welcomed by anyone waiting for the sequel to last year's successful YOGA 2 Pro.
Here's what Lenovo has announced:
- Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro
- Lenovo ThinkPad YOGA 14
- Lenovo YOGA Tablet 2 Windows 8"
- Lenovo YOGA Tablet 2 Windows 10"
Here's a quick overview from Lenovo on each device
Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro ($1349 at launch)
The YOGA 3 Pro is the latest version of Lenovo's flag ship 2-in-1 convertible Ultrabook.This system has a new watchband hinge design that allows for additional strength, rigidity and style. Additionally, it is 17% thinner and 15% lighter than its predecessor, and packs a QHD+ resolution and runs on Intel's latest Core M-70 processor.
The Yoga 3 Pro is only 12.8 mm thin.
Lenovo ThinkPad YOGA 14 ($1199 at launch, with potential instant rebates $1099)
The first ThinkPad Yoga with a 14" screen size and made exclusively for Best Buy. The system has the backlit Lift n' Lock Keyboard that automatically lifts and the keys lock flush. As far as specs go, this machine packs a FHD resolution display, ample storage, discrete graphics, and runs on the Intel Core i5 processor
Lenovo YOGA Tablet 2 Windows 8" & 10" ($299 & $399)
As the first YOGA Tablets to run Windows, they share almost all the same hardware specs with the Android counterparts: FHD display, larger speakers, and bigger kickstand with 180-degree rotation and hang cutout and processor platform with Intel Atom. The Windows versions differ from the Android versions as they have twice the storage (32GB) and ship with one-year subscription of Microsoft Office 365. The 10" model includes a Bluetooth keyboard cover.
We'll have more on each device as we go hands-on at a Lenovo launch event in London. Which device are you most interested in? Sound off below an we'll make sure to spend some time with that tablet or ultrabook.