Lenovo unveils two new Thinkpad Yoga premium Windows 10 convertibles

Thinkpad Yoga

The new Thinkpad Yoga comes with 6th-generation Intel Skylake chips and will be available in two sizes. The Yoga 260 has a 12.5-inch display while the Yoga 460 comes in at 14-inches. And both support Lenovo's WRITEit software for writing on the display.

Specs wise, here's what we know so far:

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CategoryThinkpad Yoga 260Thinkpad Yoga 460
Operating SystemWindows 10Windows 10
Display Size12.5-inches14-inches
Display Resolution1366 x 768 or 1920 x 10801920 x 1080 or 2560 x 1440
CPUUp to 6th-gen Intel Core i7 (Skylake)Up to 6th-gen Intel Core i7 (Skylake)
RAMUp to 16GB DDR4Up to 8GB DDR4
StorageUp to 512GB SSDUp to 1TB HDD or 512GB SSD
GraphicsIntegrated IntelIntegrated Intel or NVIDIA GeForce 940M 2GB
BatteryClaimed 10 hoursClaimed 10 hours
Ports2 x USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, OneLink+ and MicroSD3 x USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, OneLink+ and 4-in-1 Media Card Slot
DimensionsRow 10 - Cell 1 Row 10 - Cell 2
WeightRow 11 - Cell 1 Row 11 - Cell 2
ColorBlack and SilverBlack and Silver
PriceFrom $949From $1049

The two are pretty close together when it comes to hardware, and given the price our only real critique would be offering a less than Full HD display at all. Especially at close to $1000. Both also come with the rechargeable Thinkpad Pen Pro and as we already mentioned, Lenovo's WRITEit software.

The larger model specifically mentions Carbon Fiber when discussion what it's made of, while the smaller does not. Either way we're excited to see new, Windows 10 toting Yogas from Lenovo. The convertible isn't for everyone but when you factor in the specs on offer plus the integrated pen, the new Thinkpad Yoga is one to consider.

We'll be getting a much better look at these in Berlin at IFA in the coming days, so stay tuned to Windows Central for more.

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