Chinese computer maker Lenovo, which recently became the biggest PC manufacturer in the world, is seeking to further increase its lead in the PC business with the introduction of what it termed as the world?s first 360-degree convertible laptop, the IdeaPad Yoga 11s.
The IdeaPad Yoga 11s, which has the power and productivity of an ultrabook and the mobility of a tablet, converts into four modes ? laptop, tablet, stand, and tent.
Equipped with Intel integrated high definition graphics and a Dolby Home Theatre audio, the IdeaPad Yoga 11s allows users to watch movies in a space-saving way through its tent mode.
The IdeaPad Yoga 11s stand mode is good for browsing through family photos using the 11.6-inch high definition in-plane swiching (IPS) screen?s 10-finger multi-touch support.
It supports Motion Control, which allows hand gestures in front of the webcam to advance photos, videos and documents in a range of applications.
In laptop mode, the IdeaPad Yoga 11s offers a great typing experience with its comfortable and responsive keyboard. The IdeaPad Yoga 11s tablet mode is ideal for exploring Windows 8 apps.
The slim, 0.68-inch frame of the new IdeaPad Yoga 11s comes equipped with up to a 3rd generation Intel Core i3 processor and is powered by Windows 8.
The IdeaPad Yoga 11s has a 4GB DDR3 memory, a 128GB SSD storage, and a 6-hour battery life. It is coated in a rubber painting to give the exterior a soft finishing and is available locally in Clementine Orange.
The IdeaPad Yoga11s is available in Lenovo Exclusive Stores (LES) nationwide at P44,995.