Lenovo Unveils the Ultra Portable and Powerful Yoga Pro 3
Lenovo announced the Yoga 3 Pro today, a 13-inch super thin-and-light laptop/tablet convertible, sporting a QHD+ 3200×1800 Gorilla Glass Screen. Coming to its dimensions, the Yoga Pro 3 is a mere 12.8 mm in thickness and weighs just 1.19 kg. It is powered by the latest Intel Core M processor, designed to offer maximum battery life that can be compared to the battery life of a smartphone or a tablet.
When it comes to specs, the Yoga Pro 3 is not much different from its predecessor – the Yoga Pro 2. It still has the same 3,200×1,800 display resolution, giving it a pixel density of 276 ppi, which is quite good for a laptop. Meanwhile, its design language remains the same, it still has a 360-degree hinge which allows users to fold the screen into tablet mode, stand mode and tent mode. The Yoga Pro 3 will be available in three different colour variants namely ‘Clementine Orange’, ‘Champagne Gold’, and ‘Platinum’.
Lenovo claims that the Yoga Pro 3 has a battery life of 9 hours. In terms of connectivity it has two USB 3.0 ports and one USB 2.0 port. Other connectivity options include a 802.11 A/C Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4. It will have upto 8GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage capacity, there will also be a 256 GB variant. The Yoga Pro 3 will be available from Lenovo’s Web store starting at $1,349. There is no information regarding its availability and price in India as of now, though we will keep you updated.
Along with that, Lenovo is also announcing a new ThinkPad Yoga 14, a 14-inch convertible featuring a Full HD display with Nvidia Geforce 840M graphics, ITB HDD, Intel Core i5 processor and as claimed by Lenovo, provides battery back up of upto 8 hours.