The design of Lenovo’s convertible Yoga laptops has stayed more or less the same since convertible laptops first became a thing, but the company has been tweaking and changing to try and find the ultimate form of what’s meant to be the ultimate portable computer. The Yoga 900S is the thinnest and lightest yet.
Lenovo announced its Thinkpad products yesterday but it held out on a few more surprises. Among the fray are a rugged, backflipping convertibles that hit the 15-inch mark, an affordable Yoga 3, and a tiny Windows tab you can write on with just about anything.
My laptop bag has never felt this light. My computer, never this thin. The $1,350 Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro feels like the future. But the future ain’t here yet.
If you're curious how your bones work when you're doing yoga, Hybrid Medical created this video that shows off what the skeleton is doing in all those poses under an x-ray. The 3D animation was made to be as realistic and as accurate as possible.
The backflipping Lenovo Yoga singlehandedly made laptops cool again. The Yoga 2 Pro added a backlit keyboard and a brilliant 3200 x 1800 QHD screen. Now, Lenovo's going for broke with the third generation of its transforming touchscreen machine. Not only is the new $1,349 Yoga 3 Pro thinner and lighter, it has a…
Lenovo has just announced the release dates and feature sets of its two latest Chromebook iterations ahead of today's press conference and there's something for everyone in the offering.
For some people, exercise and working out is a way to keep their bodies fit and trim. But for most of us, it's just a way to feel less guilty when we overindulge. So to stay inspired to make it all the way through your next yoga class, keep your gear in this giant burrito bag that provides a delicious-looking reminder…
Two years ago, Windows 8 birthed what feels like a thousand different varieties of twisting, bending, hybrid laptops. In the vast army of oddities, only a few stood out as being actually good. Of those select few, the Lenovo Yoga was our favorite. Now it's back with a refresh, and it's better than ever.
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There are like a bajillion different Android tablets out there. And there are virtually zero reasons to talk about most of them. The Nexus 7 is your reigning champ, the Kindle Fire HDX is your barely-recognizably-Android alternative, and that's about it. But Lenovo's at least giving it a shot with—get this—a kickstand.
Out of last years selection of fledgling Windows 8 convertibles, Lenovo's Yoga was our favorite by far. Now we're getting one with some ruggedness to it. You know, a little bit of raw strength. Meet the Thinkpad Yoga.
Last year's Lenovo Yoga was one of the better laptops we've ever used, and certainly right at the top of Windows 8 convertibles. This year's Yoga 2 Pro refines the hell out of that notion, and adds a super high res screen on top.
I've got a bunch of Windows 8 PCs sitting around the office and my apartment. I use them all throughout the day, but when I need to actually get something done or test out a feature, I find myself using the Lenovo Yoga, without a second thought. That's probably a good sign.
the YoFoMat is the world's first foldable yoga mat, as opposed to your typical rollable ones. According to the manufacturer, it can fold to the size of a book and it offers the same grip as standard yoga mats.
So it looks like those rumors about touchscreen ultrabooks were true. Lenovo's Yoga is the first such device of its kind (that being a Windows , equipped with a multitouch panel capable of tracking 10 fingers. And though I've been dismissive of such devices, it wasn't nearly the awful experience I thought it would be.