I'm Dan Ackerman and we're here to take a look at the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 14 inch.
A larger version of the original Thinkpad Yoga we saw earlier in 2013.
What makes a Thinkpad version of the Yoga different than Ideapad Yogas.
Is that, besides being targeted, you know, and more business uses, it has the same back hand, just like any other yoga, what this guy does, is the keyboard, when you fold it back, it doesn't actually retract, but the rest of the keyboard deck comes up to meet it, so you end up with flush keyboard, so you're not feeling those keys articulating under your fingers.
You get the normal Thinkpad features like the Thinkpad touch pad and even the little red pointing stick this guys runs Intel's current Gen Haswell CPU, they'll be new Intel CPU's but really not until next year and this guy's gonna be available for holiday 2014 and you're gonna find it in a retail stores apparently this is gonna be a Best Buy exclusive at 1099, I'm Dan Akrin and that's the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 14.
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