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Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro with 13.3 inch 3200×1800 resolution display announced

Submitted by on September 6, 2013 – 5:52 am

Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro

At IFA 2013, Lenovo announced the successor of the original IdeaPad Yoga – Yoga 2 Pro. The Yoga 2 Pro is targeted at business users as it is laden with business heavy features and comes with a multimode design.

The first thing that you will notice about the Yoga 2 Pro is its amazingly impressive, eye-popping 13.3-inch display with comes with an insanely super high QHD+(3200×1800) resolution 10-finger touchscreen display. The new 16:9 display has four times the pixel density of the original Yoga and is the highest screen resolution in the market. The 350-nit screen features IPS 178° wide angle viewing for great views from nearly any line of sight.

Not only have Lenovo given the Yoga 2 Pro an amazing display, they have also made it incredibly thinner and lighter than the original Yoga, at 15.5 mm thin and 1.39 kg. Yoga 2 Pro allows users to enjoy the laptop in each of its four modes: laptop, tablet, stand and tent. Yoga 2 Pro comes with the latest Intel 4th generation Core i7 ULT processors under the hood and runs on Windows 8.1. You can get up to 512 GB SSD hard-disk, Intel WiDi for streaming content wirelessly to a TV, Dolby Home Theatre v4 and up to nine hours of battery life. The Yoga 2 Pro will come in its trademark Grey or Clementine Orange color and will feature a backlit keyboard.

There is no word on pricing and release date yet. What do you think of the Yoga 2 Pro? Will you buy the multi-mode device?

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