Lenovo has unveiled their Windows 8, hybrid notebook offering for the consumer by way of the IdeaPad YOGA 13. The IdeaPad YOGA 13 isn’t new to us – it was first unveiled during this year’s CES, and now it’s finally here in our shores. With the lid closed, the IdeaPad YOGA 13 looks like a regular 13-inch ultrabook.
The display on YOGA 13 is a touchscreen deal, and has a native resolution of 1600 x 900. What’s different with the IdeaPad YOGA 13 is that you can flip the display all the way to the back, which makes it into a sort of tablet. A large one yes, but a tablet nonetheless.
Further specifications of the YOGA 13 includes a Core i7 processor, up to 8GB of DDR3 memory and up to 256GB of SSD storage, though all those nice specs come at a steep price.
For the Core i5, 4GB, 128GB SSD version, you’re looking at dropping Php 60,995. Lenovo Philippines says that the higher spec, Core i7 version will be coming in the coming weeks, although they have not said how much the Core i7 version will cost as of yet.