Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga 13 has been out for a while, since last fall, and recently a similar but smaller machine was released in the Yoga 11. The ultrabook convertible has for the most part received favorable reviews, not just for its technical specs, but for it’s innovative design, which is a first in the industry, with no other ultrabook with an even remotely close design.

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Basically, in any mode the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 is attractive and ergonomic, at least when taking its size and power into consideration. Build quality is equally solid. The rugged plastics used throughout inspire confidence, and all the panels are beautifully fitted. It’s not quite up to Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon due to a little bit of flex here and there around the hinge area and – surprisingly for Lenovo – just a wee bit in the keyboard, but then this is a considerably more affordable and more versatile machine.
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