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Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 11.6-inch Laptop (Razor Gray)
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Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 11.6-inch Laptop (Razor Gray)

  • 11.6 inch display screen with Advanced Hyper Viewing Angle (AHVA) technology ensures clear visuals
  • Comes with 360° flip and fold design, which lets you choose from among four modes
  • Features Windows 8 RT, which can seamlessly support 5 finger multi-touch technology
  • Has an Instant Resume feature, which awakens it from Sleep mode instantly
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Overview: Lenovo Yoga 11 Windows 8, RT Laptop

Description of Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 (59-345700) Ultrabook (Tegra Quad-core/ 2GB/ 64GB SSD/ Win 8) Click Here to Compare Similar Products The much-awaited Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 Netbook (Tegra Quad-core/ 2GB/ 64GB SSD/ Win RT) (Razor Grey), 11.6 inch wide screen Ultrabook is here. This ultra-thin, razor grey Lenovo Yoga laptop has a powerful NVIDIA Tegra T30 1.4 GHz processor. It gives exceptional performance. It has Windows 8 RT OS, which is the sleekest mobile version of Windows 8 featuring Touch technology and tiled applications. This grey Lenovo Yoga laptop sports an HD 5-point capacitive multi touch display with 1366 x 768p resolution, which makes watching videos a pleasant experience. With 2 GB DDR3 RAM and HDD capacity of 64 GB SSD, you can load various applications and access files more rapidly. Enjoy continuous network connection with the Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth v4.0. Other features of this convertible laptop include 4 cell batteries with backup of up to 13 hours, 2 USB v2.0 ports, HDMI port, 2-in-1 card reader and AccuType keyboard. With so many unique features in a single, easy-to-carry laptop, this one is a must buy.

Features: Lenovo Yoga 11 Windows 8, RT Laptop

  • 11.6 inch display screen with Advanced Hyper Viewing Angle (AHVA) technology ensures clear visuals
  • Comes with 360° flip and fold design, which lets you choose from among four modes
  • Features Windows 8 RT, which can seamlessly support 5 finger multi-touch technology
  • Has an Instant Resume feature, which awakens it from Sleep mode instantly
  • Powered by a 1.3 GHz Processor, which contributes to its efficiency and speed
  • 64 GB hard disk drive offers ample amount of storage space
  • Features an Integrated Nvidia ULP GeForce graphics card, which enhances your gaming experience
  • Features an AccuType keyboard, which is spill resistant and comfortable to use
Looking to save some desk space by replacing your computer with a laptop? The Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 11.6-inch Laptop (Razor Gray) might be a great option. This page provides a detailed list of product specifications and also lists information such as product reviews and ratings from customers, to help you decide if this Lenovo laptop suits your requirements. The Lenovo Yoga 11 is powered by a Core i3 processor with a processing speed of 1.3 GHz. Coming to another key component, the OS- the laptop also features a Windows 8, RT operating system. The device’s 2 GB RAM supports the smooth functioning of all your programs and applications, while its 64 GB hard disk helps you store data. The laptop’s 29.5 cm 5-point capacitive multitouch display screen makes everything you watch on it rich and vivid. This laptop also features Wifi to help you stay connected. Warranty included: 1 year onsite warranty + ADP.
Product Details
Manufacturer Lenovo
Manufacturer Part Number 59-345700
Brand Lenovo
Model Number Yoga 11
Colour Name Razor Gray
Colour Gray
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty 1 year onsite warranty + ADP
Technical Specification
Included RAM Type DDR3L
Graphics Coprocessor Nvidia GeForce
Display Resolution 1366 x 768
Operating System Windows 8, RT
Processor Type Core i3
Processor Brand Nvidia Tegra
CPU speed 1.3 GHz
Hard disk size 64 GB
Included RAM Size 2 GB
Hard Disk Format 2 in 1 (SD, MMC) Card Reader
Connectivity Technology Wifi
Wireless Type 802.11bgn
Display Size 11.6 inches
Display Technology 5-point capacitive multitouch display
Batteries Included Yes
Batteries Required Yes
Power Source Battery Powered
Power Adapter Included Yes
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 1.3 kg
Product Dimensions 20.4 cm x 29.8 cm x 15.6 cm

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  1.  The Yoga 11 would make an excellent buy at about Rs 30,000 or less, but nothing more than that. 2 October, 2013 On
    The trouble with these Windows 8 hybrid notebooks is that they are simply too expensive and since there're no strict guidelines set by Intel for these Ultrabooks, not all of them make very practical sense – the Sony Vaio Duo 11 is one such example. Another reason is that these hybrid notebooks don’t exactly give you much value for money. You’ll have to compromise on storage, ports, processing power, etc., which is why many still prefer a standard notebook for productivity use. Lenovo’s attempt at changing this comes in the form of IdeaPad Yoga 11.

    The Yoga gets its name from its ability to bend to your seating position. It can morph into standard laptop mode, a tablet mode, tent mode and stand mode. This is possible thanks to a cleverly designed hinge system that allows you to twist the screen all the way back, 360 degrees. The chassis is made up of a scratch resistant plastic shell that looks and feels extremely tough and durable – even the keys didn’t seem to do much damage. The Yoga is quite slim and light, too, at around 1.27 kg, so it’s actually quite comfortable to use in tablet mode. Single handed operation is still not possible for prolonged periods unless you have forearms like Popeye.

    The power button is placed in the front instead of the inside, so it can be powered on in any mode. Ports include a full-sized HDMI, two USB 2.0, headphone and SD card slot. There’s no LAN jack or a mciroSD card slot. Physical buttons include a volume rocker and an orientation lock switch. There are speaker grilles placed on either side of the notebook for stereo sound. The palm rest area inside has a rubberised, anti-scratch coating as well and matt finish keys look like they can stand the test of time. The screen doesn’t have too much flex to it and the LCD doesn’t distort either, which is good. The lower half, however, is quite flimsy and slight pressure near the trackpad area causes quite a bit of flex. The trackpad is generously large and the mouse buttons have a much better feel than the ones on the HP Envy x2.

    The true beauty of the Yoga is when you bend the screen beyond its typical inclined position. The double hinge mechanism automatically disables the keyboard and trackpad once you fold the lid beyond 180 degrees. This second hinge then kicks in, allowing you to fold the laptop all the way around the back so that it becomes a tablet. Lenovo has pulled this off in spades and the hinges feel really strong and durable with absolutely no wobble. The bottom portion of the notebook is completely sealed off and the battery is non-removable. Four rubber pegs keep the notebook firm on a desk and when in stand mode, the rubberised palm rest takes over. In terms of functionality and ergonomics, the Yoga 11 is by far the best we’ve come across to date.

    The Lenovo Yoga may look like a notebook from the outside, but it has all the makings of a tablet on the inside. Powering it is an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core SoC with a generous amount of 2GB RAM. Since this is ARM-based, Lenovo has had no choice but to go with Windows RT. This means you get to use Modern UI and that’s about it. There is a desktop mode for using Office 2013 Home and Student preview and Internet Explorer, but that’s pretty much it. Windows Explorer is also present for copying files to and from external devices, but all your media files will only open through Modern apps. Along with this, we have a 64GB SSD for storage, an 11.6-inch HD (1366 x 768) display, Wi-Fi ‘n’, Bluetooth and a 1MP front facing camera.

    The Yoga 11 comes with some preloaded applications like Evernote, Kindle, Lenovo Cloud Storage, Motion Control, Energy Management, Companion, Transition and security apps like OneKey rescue.

    I couldn’t run my standard suite of benchmarks since this is not an x86-based system. On the bright side, you’ll be happy to know that Windows RT runs smoothly without any issue. We tried out a bunch of games from the store, which ran very well. Riptide GP looks really good thanks to the special effects only possible with a Tegra 3 SoC. Other than a select few apps that you would want to use on a daily basis, there’s still a huge void for x86 alternatives for Windows RT. For instance, we couldn’t find a Media Player Classic: Home Cinema replacement for Modern that works. This means you are limited to the stock player, which only reads WMV, MP4, AVI and a few other formats but not MKV and others.

    Onboard storage is also a limiting factor here, but thankfully, you can expand it via the SD card slot. The speakers on the Yoga produce very weak sound. The max volume level is not very high and the audio fidelity is below average. The trackpad works well and the keys are comfortable to use even for long typing sessions.

    Lenovo claims up to 13-hour battery life and we did manage to achieve something pretty close to it. Our test involved playing back an SD video clip with the brightness set to medium and Wi-Fi on. Here, we managed close to 11-hours, which is really good.

    All said and done, the Yoga 11 is nothing more than a tablet with a keyboard and should not be mistaken for a real notebook. Windows RT is the main culprit here as it’s very limiting in terms of app support. The good thing is that you get a familiar working environment as Windows, but you can’t really do much with it since none of your standard EXE files will work and there isn’t any Modern app equivalent for most of them either. What you’re left with is a notebook that’s good for a bit of gaming, HD video playback, working on Office documents and Internet surfing – all of which can be done on a dedicated Android or iOS tablet, which are a lot cheaper. The Yoga 11 would make an excellent buy at about Rs 30,000 or less, but nothing more than that.
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