The IdeaPad Yoga 11 does seem like an interesting device to get, but take a step back and compare it with its larger brother the IdeaPad Yoga 13. You might just find that the IdeaPad Yoga 13 is much more appealing and you might find yourself gravitating to that machine or waiting for the Yoga 11s, which is due out later this summer.

The two main caveats found in the IdeaPad Yoga 11 are that it runs on Windows RT, a pseudo stripped down version of Windows 8, and that it comes with a 5 point touch display, while most including the Yoga 13 come with a 10 point touch display.

If these points are a concern to you, your best bet is to pay that extra hundred dollars or so, and go with the Yoga 13. It’s a much better machine. Lenovo has also announced that the Yoga 11s, a version of the Yoga 11 except with the full Windows 8 OS, will be coming out in summer 2013.

Like a slew of notebooks launched in tandem with Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS, the Yoga 11 does come with 5 point touch screen display which offers a 1366×768 resolution. However, instead of offering the Windows 8 suite, the Yoga 11 is powered by Windows RT which is pretty much like Windows 8 with the exception that it can only run programs which are developed using Windows Runtime; meaning mostly those apps you find on the Windows Store.

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