Lenovo added a new member to their uber flexible “Yoga” line of convertible laptop/tablet hybrids last month during the CES 2014 held in Las Vegas, USA. Dubbed as the Lenovo Yoga 2, the refreshed 11 inch variant of the Yoga convertible is now being sold, and we have all the details. Catch it after the break.

The flexible hybrid Lenovo Yoga 2

Just like the other Yoga convertibles, the Yoga 2 can be used in four different ways–Laptop, Tablet, Stand and Tent mode. The Windows 8.1 convertible features an 11.6 inch multitouch display powered by an Intel Pentium N3520 processor bundled with 4 GB of RAM. There’s also a 500 GB worth of built-in storage, 720p HD webcam, Dolby speakers and a battery that promises up to 6 hours of web browsing or HD playback on a single charge.

The 11 inch, Intel Pentium variant of the Yoga 2 was announced with a price of $529 (Php 23k) during the CES 2014, but Lenovo is selling it on their website for a whooping $749 (under Php 33k). That’s a price difference of  $220 or under Php 10k. Alternatively, BestBuy is selling the device for just $519 (or under Php 23k), estimated to be delivered soon.

Lenovo Yoga 2 11 inches

Lenovo is yet to drop word for the pricing and availability on the 13 inch variant of the Yoga 2, so stay tuned.

11 inch Lenovo Yoga 2 official full specs:

  • 64-bit Windows 8.1
  • 2.4GHz Intel Pentium N3520
  • Integrated Intel HD Graphics 4200
  • 11.6 inch ( 1366 x 768 pixels ) WXVGA HD IPS touch display
  • 10-point multi touch screen with 178 degree viewing angle
  • 4 GB of non-expandable RAM
  • 500 GB of ROM
  • 720p HD webcam
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
  • 1 USB 3.0, 1 USB 2.0, microHDMI, 2-in-1 SD/MMC card reader, Audio Combo Jack
  • Dual-layer AccuType keyboard
  • Up to 34Wh battery

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