This 11.6-inch hybrid goes from tablet to laptop and back again. Is this the magic price point for adopting a Windows RT machine?
Unlike the full hybrid IdeaPad Yoga, the less-expensive Flex 14's hinge only goes back about 300 degrees.
Listing for $649 just a few months ago, this Windows RT-powered hybrid looks a lot more appealing at this price.
This sequel gets thinner, lighter, and adds an ultra-high-res screen
An ultraportable hybrid that smartly puts the laptop first.
Is it a tablet? A laptop? It's a nifty mix of both, but you'll have to decide if Windows RT is where you want to hang your hat.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 earns its name with a dual-hinge system that allows the screen to bend back 360 degrees. Here's an attempt to show off that feature (among a few others).
A blessing or a curse? The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 tablet includes a built-in keyboard that never detaches. Where I'm from we call that a laptop.
That's a $200 drop on this convertible Windows RT tablet/ultrabook. But will it drop even more?