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Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Convertible Ultrabook Tablet - Intel Core i7-4500U, 512GB SSD HDD, 8GB RAM, 13.3" QHD+ 3200x1800 Touchscreen, Intel HD4400 Graphics, Intel 7260-N WiFi, Bluetooth, HD Webcam, USB 3.0, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 8.1 Pro (Silver Grey)

by Lenovo
31 customer reviews
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  • 4th Generation Intel Core i7-4500U Haswell processor (1.8 Ghz | 3.0 Ghz Turboboost | 4MB Cache)
  • 512GB Solid State Drive Storage (6GB/sec)
  • 8GB DDR3 SDRAM (1600MHz)
  • 13.3 QHD+ IPS LED, (3200x1800) display, 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Intel Wireless-N 7260 WIFI
  • Intel HD 4400 Graphics
  • Bluetooth 4.0
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Introducing the ultimate multimode Ultrabook. The Intel-inspired Yoga 2 Pro is a PC, a tablet, and more. Its super-high resolution QHD+ multitouch IPS display flips back 360 degrees to offer four different usage modes: Laptop, Tablet, Stand, and Tent. Life has many modes; so should your technology!

Notebook: Use the Yoga 2 Pro as a traditional notebook for editing files, composing documents, blogging, or focused work.

Tablet: Flip the screen around to comfortably listen to music, look at photos, or browse websites in tablet mode.

Tent: Flip the screen most of the way back and prop the Yoga 2 Pro up like a tent for comfortable video chats, sharing the screen with friends, or listening to music.

Stand: Flip the screen back and around and rest the Yoga 2 Pro on its keyboard for another attention-grabbing way to enjoy and share media.


Take charge of your day-to-day life with this convertible laptop. The screen folds back a full 360 degrees so the unit can also function as a tablet, or as a touch-screen display. Command your apps with the touch of a finger or with your voice, and see every detail of your high-res photos on the QHD+ screen.

Product Information

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Screen Size13.3 inches
Screen Resolution3200x1600
Max Screen Resolution3200x1800
Processor1.8 GHz Intel Core i7
Hard Drive512 GB flash_memory_solid_state
Graphics CoprocessorIntel Integrated Graphics
Wireless Type802.11bgn, Bluetooth
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 1
Brand NameLenovo
SeriesYoga 2 Pro (Premium)
Item model numberIntel HD4400
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemWindows 8;
Item Weight3.1 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H12.99 x 8.66 x 0.61 inches
Color Silver Grey
Processor BrandIntel Core I7
Computer Memory TypeDDR SDRAM
Hard Drive InterfaceSerial ATA
Optical Drive TypeNone
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #15,457 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.7 pounds
Date First AvailableFebruary 27, 2014
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Bassetwrangler on May 20, 2014
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I was thinking about waiting for the availability of the Surface Pro 3 but am really glad I did not. Build quality of the Yoga 2 Pro is exceptional, the high resolution display is sharp and bright, touchscreen sensitive and accurate and the slightly larger screen size makes the Yoga 2 Pro easier to use for document and content creation. It's my first Windows 8.1 machine but I was quickly able to configure away the very minor amount of installed crapware and install my application software from an external USB-interfaced DVD reader. I don't miss the lack (or weight) of a built in optical drive.

I don't mean to sound like shill, but when a Windows computer with powerful i7 processor boots up in less than fifteen seconds I'm in love. I hope we have a long and happy relationship.

PS - After a month I replaced the networking card with a 7260NGW Intel® Dual Band Wireless card (around $30) which was a great improvement to WiFi connectivity and connectivity speed. Lots of web videos showing how it's done.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Miguel Quartin on June 15, 2014
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I have been using my Yoga 2 Pro for a month now and I must say I really like it. I found used for all 4 different modes (laptop, tablet, tent and stand), though I mostly use it as a laptop. I like the back-lit keyboard and love the 4K screen. reading text in this resolution is much more comfortable and easy on the eyes. However, even though Windows 8.1 has better scaling options than previous versions, 3rd party software support for high-DPI displays is still not good enough, so I am now running this laptop in 1600x900 resolution. And that is the great thing about a 4K screen: 1600x900 looks like native 1600x900 and even 1920x1080 looks great, with no discernible blur.

I needed a fast laptop with lots of SSD space, and this one fits the bill perfectly, and with a price hundreds of dollars less than what I found elsewhere.

My only complain about this laptop is its lack of a full HDMI port. If you want to connect it to an external monitor or projector, your only choice is a crappy and flimsy micro-HDMI port. And, just like I had read in some forums, I had issues making 2 adaptors I bought work, because the port is a bit too recessed, and I had to cut some plastic off the adaptors to make it work. This is ridiculous for such a high-end product. Keep this in mind if you need to use projectors or if you like connecting it to a big monitor (like me).

Nevertheless, I still like my Yoga 2 Pro too much to let this connectivity issue deter my 5-star rating.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amir Servatdjoo on July 20, 2014
This is a horrible computer. The concept is wonderful and I just can't understand why not all Ultrabooks fold all the way backward into tablets. It seems like such an easy and logical thing to implement. Anyway, I've been using this for about a week now, and unfortunately I can't cope with it. It has too many problems for me to keep it. I also have an Acer S7-392, and even though these two ultrabooks have very similar specs, that computer performs significantly better and is smoother in every aspect. For some reason this Lenovo can't even play videos smoothly. I think 70% of the problems with it have to do with the uselessly massive screen resolution. There's absolutely no reason for it to be that high. The computer can't handle that resolution and it doesn't even look nice and sharp. It's just a very bad screen. On top of that, the operating system is simply not built to handle that kind of resolution on such a small screen. No matter how you set the resolution (I've tried everything), you can't get it to look good. The color yellow is also wayyyyyyy off. On paper, this is an amazing computer, but in practice it just doesn't stack up. Here are my pros and cons

- It turns into a tablet - This is awesome. I wish all Ultrabooks did this
- Touch responsiveness
- Very fast WiFi speed compared to my Acer
- I like the sound quality
- I like the nice rubbery feel of the material they used for it.

- Awful screen - 3200 dpi makes zero sense on a 13 inch Windows computer. Sounds good, but it sucks.
- You can't get the color yellow to look yellow. I've even gone as far as installing some experimental drivers I found in the forums. It's pretty bad and it's worse than it sounds.
- It can't properly detect what mode it's in.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mauricio Castro on August 16, 2014
There are a couple of things you need to know about this laptop before you Buy it,
first the battery doesn't last what they advertise, if you get 4 hours consider yourself lucky, in my case a total deal breaker since I use it for work and in case of a brownout I need it to be able to last for the hole shift.

Second, the SD card reader doesn't take the card in com
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I actually just purchased my first MacBook Pro Retina 13" about two weeks ago. I have always wanted a Mac, but was worried about the transition from Windows and the cost. Needless to say, I absolutely love it. Albeit, there are some major things that frustrates me, and they frustrate my wife to the point that she hates the Mac operating system. I decided to shop around Windows Laptops as I have not done that in about four years.

Really, what I loved about the Mac, was the longevity of the battery, its streamlined look, and how lightweight it was. Our previous laptop weighed in at about 5.6lbs.

At first, I was drawn more to the ThinkPad Yoga 14 due to the HDD being 1tb. The Mac I bought was a 512gb SSD, but that was kind of pushing it for us since my music, movies, pictures, and home videos were already around 400gb. I actually bought the Yoga 3 Pro first and did not like it for many reasons, so I returned it and bought the ThinkPad Yoga 14. I liked it, but it was too heavy. I was really hesitant about buying the Yoga 2 Pro because there is only a 256gb version which was way to small for me. But, I read reviews that I can easily upgrade to a 1tb SSD. So, I bought one.

The first one I bought had a problem with the fan - when it would run it would make a ticking type noise; the only way I can describe it is it sounded like the fan blades were rubbing against something as they were spinning. I returned it and got a second one - no problems on the second.

Right away, the Yoga 2 feels much more solid than the Yoga 3, but much lighter than any other laptop I have owned or was looking at. The texture and material of the laptop feels like rubber, but is also very smooth and soft to the touch. This is great because it actually allows you to grip very well.
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