Lenovo launches the ThinkPad Yoga and flips your idea of convertibles all the way ’round


Lenovo just today launched the latest addition to their constantly-growing mobile computing line. The latest device to hit the shelves is the ThinkPad Yoga, a business convertible that gives great flexibility to users in more ways than one.

“The ThinkPad Yoga can flip, fold, twist, turn and separate to adapt to multiple usages in today’s challenging work environments. The ThinkPad Yoga’s multi-mode design and compact sie gives Filipino professionals an edge to take their work aspirations to the next level,” said Michael Ngan, Country General Manager for Lenovo Philippines.

The Yoga, a versatile device aimed at Business users, has customization options along with the same reliability and durability we have all come to expect from the brand. The 12.5-inch machine has a magnesium alloy chassis that offers an amazing visual and multimedia experience thanks to Windows 8.1 and its gesture-optimized glass trackpad.

Along with the usual twisty feats associated with the Yoga line, the ThinkPad Yoga also features a lit and lock mode that locks the keyboard in place when in tablet mode, giving the Yoga a solid, streamlined feel when in tablet mode, as well as NFC for wireless communication across similarly-enabled devices.

The Yoga offers users several configuration options, from processors up to 4th Gen Core i7 processors, up to 1TB of storage and more than enough battery life to last you all day. It also responds to voice commands allowing users to play music, execute searches and use IM services without needing to lift a finger.

The ThinkPad Yoga will be available starting this month at Lenovo Exclusive Stores and the SM North EDSA Think Exclusive Store, as well as Lenovo corporate resellers with prices starting at PHP 71,100.