Yoga range is unique in providing convertible computers running Windows 10. The Thinkpad 260 Yoga is a 12.5 inch laptop available with different configurations. The processors will be Intel i3 to i7 Skylake, accompanied by 16 GB of RAM and a maximum of 512 GB SSD There will be two slabs available. One with a resolution of 1366 x 768 and the other in full HD.
Lenovo also announced another laptop, the ThinkPad Yoga 460. It has a 14 inch screen or Full HD with a resolution 2560 x 1440 and an Nvidia GeForce 940m optional.
Autonomy announced for both machines is 10 hours. The ThinkPad Yoga 260 is expected in the US in November from 949 dollars. As for the 460, it will come out in October from 1049 dollars.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260 weighs 1.3 kilos and measures 1.78 centimeters thick when closed. The touch screen has a diagonal of 12.5 inches, with a brightness that reaches 300 candelas per square meter. You can choose between a panel with a Full HD resolution (1,920 by 1,080 pixels) and one HD (1,366 by 768 pixels). The integrated Intel graphics card. There are five processors to choose the same brand: Intel Core i7-6600U, i7-6500U Intel Core, Intel Core i5-6300U, Intel Core Intel Core i5-6200U or i3-6100U. The board supports four modules of RAM, which can add 16 GB. Storage unit Solid State (SSD) can have a maximum capacity of 512 GB deals. The operating system can be Windows 10 or Windows 7.
As an option, you can add them ability to connect to wireless local area networks by mobile communications technology LTE-A (Long Term Evolution – Advanced). The catalog is a docking station that connects via USB. Among the programs preloaded on Lenovo WRITE.it factory it is developed to take full advantage of the Windows environment 10. The retail price starts at $ 1,050 (about 940 euros) for the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 460; throughout the month of October will begin to hit the stores. To purchase a Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260 need to pay a minimum of $ 950 (about 850 euros) and will be available throughout the month of November 2015.