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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook

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  • Intel Core i5-3317U CPU
  • 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • 128GB SSD
  • Windows 8 Standard 64-bit
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Product Information

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Screen Size13.3 inches
Screen Resolution1600 x 900
ProcessorIntel Core i5
Hard Drive128 GB flash_memory_solid_state
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Brand NameLenovo
SeriesYoga 13
Item model numberYoga 13
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemWindows 8.1
Color Silver
Processor BrandIntel Core I5
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive InterfaceSolid State
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #14,066 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 30, 2012
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Product Description

The larger Yoga has a 13.3-inch IPS display (1600 x 900) and weighs 3.4 lbs. It is a mere .67 inches thick making it a true thin and light laptop that can also be used as a tablet.

Customer Reviews

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Marla Johnson
The IPS screen on this yoga is amazing, the color is great and it is view able on so many angle.
Very slim, very light, great screen, super fast.

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179 of 185 people found the following review helpful By A. Celen on November 26, 2012
== First things first ==
My wife has been looking for a laptop to replace her old Vaio SZ (very nice laptop, still lighter than many and lasted her 5 years!). She was a little picky when it comes to aesthetics and didn't like Macbooks, so it took us a while to find a good looking and solid Windows laptop. So we were looking for a laptop that:
- is good looking as in the design not being an afterthought but a part of the whole package
- has a quality screen with above average resolution (average as in 1366x768, which comes with even some 15" laptops for heaven's sake!)
- is light but well built and durable
- has less optical drives and more space for battery instead, so that it can last a while (more than 5 hrs would be good)
- has a large and smooth track pad (hopefully with not-so-horrible multi-touch support, as I got used to see in even high-end PC hardware)
- has a 180 degree tilt-able screen like her old Vaio SZ (not sure why this is a requirement, but I know better not to ask too much at this point)
- has enough power to support daily tasks (she is not a gamer, so an i3-5 with integrated graphics should be fine)
- has an SSD (best thing happened to laptops since sliced bread with some PB & J: well worth real-world-not-just-benchmark performance gains and more portability)

So we finally settled with Yoga. And lo and behold, Yoga ticks all of the boxes above, only coming slightly behind modern Vaio Z in looks (Yoga's processor is good enough, thank you very much), but hey, this is a Lenovo quality Ultrabook slash Tablet that is built for Windows 8 not just compatible, has a *touch screen* and we have $600 left we can use on something else.

We bought ours from BestBuy for ~$1000 the week it came out (wasn't on Amazon yet).
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Christopher D. Mcbride on January 8, 2013
**NOTE: I purchased this in person at a large B&M retailer, (rhymes with Rest Guy) as it was not for sale on Amazon at the time and have also posted my review on their site.**

Most reviewers have touched on the great parts of the Yoga 13 but I will reiterate some of them:

- Fantastic 1600x900 IPS display. While it is glossy, it works great at ANY angle which is a must for a multi-use device as this one is trying to be.

- Hinge is of extremely good quality, as is the rest of the device. It just feels like a premium product.

- Keyboard is nicely spaced and offers a very satisfying level of tactile feedback, but FYI, the backspace key, while large, is not full size.

- Battery life has been about 7-8 hours for me doing light web browsing. You can get at least 5.5 if you are streaming a lot, and I watched two full length movies on Amazon on one charge.

- External controls allow you to power on/off, control volume, and lock screen orientation without having to access the keyboard side of the device, which is very helpful in tablet mode. The power button is slightly recessed, but once you are familiar with where it is, this is not a problem.

- The wireless antenna seems to maintain very good signal within my entire 2,000 square foot home, something my previous laptop, (a Sony Vaio TZ) did not do, and it maintains better speeds than my wife's Acer as well.

- I have to again echo everyone else's comments on the great versatility of the Yoga. It is perfect for any situation and you will find yourself using it in ways you can only imagine around the house and at the office. It is absolutely great for propping up in bed on my stomach/chest with the keyboard as the base and just using the touchscreen.
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78 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Okayki on October 31, 2012
Touchscreen makes navigating Windows 8 a breeze
Fairly powerful - You wont be using this as a gaming laptop but I did manage to sneak in a game of Civ 5, and XCom at work.
Boots Fast - the boot time is very quick from off to tiles in about 10 seconds.
Speakers that work - I don't know wether to credit the ultrabook side of this but probably the best sounding tablet I've played with.
Light - For a laptop at least.

Heavy - For a tablet. Not something you'll be holding in your hand as an ereader for long.
Sensitive Touchscren - the touchscreen is a bit on the sensitive side I've doubled clicked and tabbed other windows open by accident.
Odd portrait mode - because of the resolution if you're reading it in portrait mode it is a bit thin and long.
Not 1080p - not a big deal to me but it might be to others.
Exposed keyboard as tablet - The keys will be exposed when you use this as a tablet, while they are turned off it is somewhat odd griping this and feeling buttons.
No microphone input - Sounds petty but I like the option of having a microphone input.

Outside of the finicky touchscreen, the cons are rather minor to me, while I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who is looking to use a tablet most or all of the time, I highly recommend this to anyone looking to pick up an ultrabook and is even slightly interested in having a tablet as well.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Kindopp on January 22, 2013
Let me first say I am a computer consultant and I have all the toys, Asus Zenbook (bye bye Zenbook), Ipad, Iphone, and Nexus 7. When the new windows 8 came out I wanted a convertible so I could have the best of both worlds, a tablet in bed that didn't limit me to playing games and surfing the web. Enter the Yoga.


I am absolutely blown away by the boot and shut down times, about 6 secs and 1 sec, yes about 1 sec for it to shut off. Switching users, waking from sleep, all those tasks are so fast it is incredible. I have the zenbook with an SSD running Win 7 and it is pretty fast too, but nothing like windows 8. WOW

I have to say I couldn't give this machine to 99% of my customers without doing some updating, tweaking and a hands on windows 8 lesson. It isn't for the faint of heart. I think they call us early adopters which is just a nice way of saying people who have to have the lastest gadgets and toys even though they know they should wait until the bugs get worked out.

Most who read this will know of the issues people are having, if not just visit the Lenovo Yoga forums.

I have had no Wifi problems, My track pad really sucked but it is good now, not sure how this one got fixed. I had a little screen flicker but it turned out to be a setting in the Intel Graphics software. I had the on screen key board problem that it popped up for 1 sec but before I could type it was gone, the first windows update I did fixed this. The screen rotating is buggy, sometiimes it works fine and other times not so much. Hard to say for sure if this is a Lenovo or Windows thing but I am sure it will improve.
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