by January 30, 2013 0 comments

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Lenovo Yoga 11 is a stripped down version of Yoga 13. It is smaller and lighter and has a tablet-like configuration- Windows RT, powered by a Tegra processor, and 64GB SSD. Like Yoga 13 the screen lid folds backward so that it can be used as a tablet. Yoga 11 is quite light when held as a tablet, but the keyboard on the reverse was a little irritating. The keyboard has its benefits though, as it can also be used for support during round table presentations.

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Yoga 11 has metallic aluminium body that keeps it neat and sturdy. The keys are big, but without backlight, the hand-rest is big and comfy. It includes 2 USB ports, one HDMI, one SD card slot and a headphone jack; has WiFi for internet along with a 720p front camera. The eye-catching 11 inch multi-touch screen works well as a tablet. It’s an excellent convertible device with a light form factor and a great display.

It is priced at Rs 61k, which makes it the lowest priced convertible. Since, it runs on Windows RT, we were unable to install apps, other than those compatible with it and are available on Windows app store.

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Bottomline: If you want a smaller and lighter Lenovo Yoga at a lesser price, this can seem like an alternative, but that is not exactly true. This one also has an inferior processor and has a different Windows OS. still, if you want to own a cheap convertible, you can go for Acer Iconia W510, which has Windows 8.

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