We’ve talked about how we like the simplicity in design Lenovo has used to implement touch computing into an ultrabook, found in the IdeaPad Yoga 13. We’ve also talked about how we like that Lenovo has finally broken away from what seems to have been an industry standard 1366 x 768 display resolution to a better 1600 x 900 native resolution. Now we move to the actual touch screen and once again, Lenovo has shown us that it did well in putting a good responsive screen with this system. An article over at PCWorld talks about this, and since it does a good job at highlighting this point, we’ve included the snippet here to share.

Unlike some of the other Windows 8 touchscreens I’ve used, the Yoga’s 10-point multi-touch touchscreen is a pleasure to use. It’s responsive and accurate, and multi-touch gestures are extremely smooth. It feels much more like a tablet screen, rather than a touchscreen that’s been tacked onto a laptop. Because of this, using the Yoga in tablet mode is very easy, though it can be a little awkward because of the size and weight of the machine.

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