If you want to check out a fair review of the IdeaPad Yoga 13, try reading the one found on Ars Technica. The author does a nice job of highlighting the nice features found on this Windows 8 convertible tablet/laptop, but also takes some time to point out some caveats.

Of the more notable features that he mentions, the one that most stuck out for me while reading the article was the comment on the ultrabook’s display.

While the size and weight aren’t quite at the top of the class, the laptop’s touchscreen is a treat. It’s a 10-point IPS panel with a 1600×900 resolution and excellent color and viewing angles (see for yourself in some of these pictures). This comes at a price point where manufacturers all too often opt instead to use 1366×768 panels with awful viewing angles. So we’re hoping the Yoga signals a trend toward better screens from all the major OEMs.

Read More at A Good Ultrabook, a Bad Tablet: The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Review

Most of the issues that were brought up concerned the actual weight of the form factor, which is understandable, considering this device is actually a mesh of two different ones. The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 isn’t going to be super thin and light, so keep this in mind when considering this device.




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