The advent of Windows 8 has introduced a plethora of hybrid convertibles looking to take advantage of touch display capability. What better way to do this than to combine the tablet and laptop form factors. PC vendors have come up with interesting design concepts, but none are as practical as that found on Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga. The design is simple and easy to use. Just fold the display to different positions and you’ll have new ways of using the device. No twisting, rotating, sliding and flipping.

At the moment Lenovo has the IdeaPad Yoga 13 available for purchase. This has a 13-inch display. The IdeaPad Yoga 11 with an 11-inch display will come out at the end of the year in December.

After using hybrids that utilize sliding hinges and rotating screens, the stability and simplicity of Lenovo’s hinge design is a revelation. Manufacturers take note, this is how you navigate the combination of laptop and tablet. The hinge design also allows the Yoga to bend and twist in other new ways, allowing for not only Laptop and Tablet Modes, but also Stand Mode, with the touch-screen standing up from the base, and Tent Mode, with the ultrabook propped hinge-up. When folded behind the screen in tablet mode, the keyboard and mouse automatically deactivate, letting you touch and swipe unhindered. These extra modes are especially handy when kicking back with a movie.

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