Summary: Overall, the Yoga 11 is worth considering if you're looking for a device that doubles as a notebook and a tablet, but because the screen is always attached, this machine is really more of a touch notebook with benefits.
Summary: The IdeaPad Yoga 11 carries a price tag of Rs 61,790, but you can find it online for roughly Rs 56,000. While this may seem like a good price for a Windows hybrid Ultrabook, it’s actually not.
Conclusion: The Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 has a very unique construction and in terms of design alone is perhaps one of our favourite hybrid devices out there now for this reason. It's an ultra-flexible laptop with the option to convert into various different modes, making it a close to ideal multimode device.
Pros: Flexible for user needs, lightweight and slim design with good build quality makes it portable, unique and innovative.
Cons: Battery life not as good as promised, slightly dimmer than expected display, expensive for its specifications., Good potential is held back by the limitations of Windows RT.
Summary: The laptop-tablet hybrid is back in a smaller version with Windows RT
Pros: Looks great, Easy hybrid functionality, Comfortable keyboard, Colossal battery life, The look and feel of the Yoga 11 is impressive, and we liked the soft finish and the stylish and vibrant orange styling. At 1.27kg (2.79lbs) it's just light and thin enough to be thrown into a bag, and the solid ...
Cons: Crazy price tag, Barren app store, Average screen, Mediocre performance, The price of the Yoga 11 is absolutely absurd, and represents a missed opportunity to carve a niche with this innovative bendy product. The lacklustre power, dull lifeless panel, minimal storage and flat-lining app ecosystem...