While the color scheme of the IdeaPad Yoga 13 may be too loud for some, and the flipping to different modes bizarre to many, this Lenovo system has grown to be quite popular as the favorable reviews just keep pouring in. The IdeaPad Yoga 13 is one of Lenovo’s top-sellers. It’s quite a versatile and practical machine when you think about it. Performance wise, the Yoga 13 stacks up to similarly configured systems. Check out the what this article has to say about the IdeaPad Yoga 13.
As an ultrabook the Yoga is slim, speedy and sleek. The bright orange lid and underside won’t suit everyone, but it is certainly striking and will also be available in silver grey. The plastic build isn’t as rigid as the metal used in the HP Envy X2, but it still feels robust. The plastic surrounding the keyboard has a faux leather look and feel, but it’s not as cheesy as it sounds.
The keyboard itself doesn’t require as much pressure as other laptop keyboards to register a keystroke, but it’s still comfortable and accurate to type on. The large touchpad successfully replicates the gestures used to control parts of the Windows 8 interface, such as the Charms bar, making it a usable alternative to the touchscreen. Overall the design of the Yoga as a laptop is excellent.
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