While the novelty of the design found on Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga 13 is something that is innovative, allowing users to use the device in different modes, the specifications found inside the machine are notable as well. One component worth mentioning is the Yoga 13′s screen. It stands out from the many other laptops and ultrabooks out there because it’s an IPS display that has an above average resolution. This feature will certainly be a blessing for those that are frequently looking at computer screens, as it will be easy on the eyes and will provide for ample desktop workspace.

The 13.3-inch glossy screen on the Yoga 13 is above average in a number of ways. For starters, Lenovo used an IPS display panel rather than a cheaper TN-style panel. This means the colors and screen brightness remain consistent regardless of your viewing angle. An IPS display is a feature that’s “nice to have” on a laptop but it’s virtually “essential” on a tablet because of the variety of positions and viewing angles.

The second premium feature to this screen is the resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. Most 13-inch laptops have a 1366 x 768 resolution and that’s just not enough for multitasking with several windows on a single screen. Combine that increased resolution with the 10-point multi-touch dispaly surface and you’ve got the foundation for a great Windows 8 user experience.

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