Lisa Gade reviews the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga. This is Lenovo’s business oriented Yoga with a 360 degree hinge and a 12.5″ IPS display with 400 nits brightness. It’s available with 10 point multi-touch or with both touch and a Wacom active digitizer and pen. The 3.5 lb., 19mm (.75″) thin Ultrabook convertible ships with Windows 8.1 64 bit and Intel Core i5 and i7th generation Haswell CPUs with Intel HD 4400 graphics. You can get it with 4 or 8 gigs of RAM and an SSD drive is standard. It has Bluetooth 4.0 and your choice of Intel single band 802.11n WiFi or dual band 802.11ac. Since this is a ThinkPad it’s business rugged, has a soft touch black finish, a superb backlit keyboard and an excellent trackpad plus TrackPoint. Pricing starts at $1,199 for the non-Wacom model and $1,299 for the Wacom version. And be sure to read our very in-depth written review here:

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35 COMMENTS

  1. Awesome timely and generous review Lisa. You are a really great reviewer, nice to listen to, thorough and informative. Thanks so very much.

  2. awesome to the max!

    thx for review, finally i know which ultrabook 2 in 1 i will get soon

    yay

    best regards Wolfgang from Germany

  3. Great review Lisa – as always! What is Lenovo's currently strongest Thinkpad machine that comes with an active pen?

  4. I bought one of these with the digitizer pen today for 649.00 Compared to its original price I think I got a good deal. I am taking back my microsoft surface pro 3 that cost me 999.99 plus tax for a i5128gb! They have these for sale at woot.com so if your looking for one get it before they Sellout. Woot is only Selling this for 14 more hours and its new not refurbished

  5. awesome work, Lisa!
    Your attention to detail and your delivery – great!
    Keep them coming 🙂

    a quick one: What model number do I look for when I want to purchase the LTY with the Wacom digitizer and pen?

    Thanks again
    Cheers!

  6. The Thinkpad is at the top of my list right now for untrabooks with a digitizer, but I'm wondering how it hands light to moderate gaming. Can you help me with this?

  7. Lenovo ThinkPad T450s Ultrabook vs Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 12 Ultrabook for gaming and using basic apps like Microsoft word, PowerPoint etc. Im given the opportunity to get either computer for free from my college and I'm curios on to which laptop is better for gaming? Please let me know! Thanks, Nick

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