Summary: Ok, here's the thing. This shouldn't be anyones main computer. its more tablet then laptop. it runs windows rt, the light version of windows. this means it doesn't have the same capabilities as windows 8. you will mostly be relying on the windows app store, which leaves something to be desired. it also runs the tegra 3 processor. which is for smart phones and tablets. if you need a more serious laptop then look at the yoga 11s or yoga pro 2. much better options.
Summary: Very nice computer, small and very fast. Only thing I don't like is that it doesn't have a cd rom. Definitely look into. I love that it is a touch screen and has the windows 8 for my work stuff.
Summary: No Firefox. No Google Chrome. No iTunes. No Torrentz. No Adobe Shockwave. No Adobe Flash. (Only Adobe Reader) --I'm sure there's a lot more, but those are just the ones I tried. Because this computer is preinstalled with Windows RT, the only apps available are the ones that come preinstalled, and only the ones you can download from the Windows Store (which isn't much besides the basic necessities).
Summary: I actually purchased the Yoga 11" directly from Lenovo's site. I do want to point out that my entire experience was really positive working with their sales and customer service staff. The item shipped quickly and without hassle - they required signature but since they ship via UPS, they allowed my neighbor to sign. Ultimately I did return this item which I'll explain more on, but that process too was outstanding.
Summary: The computer itself is pretty darn cool. I really liked the availability for either tablet or PC and I loved the touchscreen! I'm not a huge fan of Windows 8 though, so that was a challenge to overcome. As it turns out though, this computer ONLY functions as a tablet - the desktop "screen" / what have you is just a facade. You will not be able to download anything (iTunes, Google Chrome, etc) because it runs Windows 8 RT which is for tablets only.