When Lenovo introduced its Yoga 3 2-in-1 laptop to the market consumers and enterprise users alike were very pleased with what was shown to them, so much so that they wanted to see what all the fuss was about and to purchase one.
This 13.3-inch device has more to offer than the Surface Pro 3 or any other similar device thanks to its blend of decent hardware and superb build quality. However, Lenovo understands it is missing out on a bigger market, a smaller version.
Enter the Lenovo Yoga 3 11, which is a mini version of its larger sibling. Its display is said to be almost 2 inches smaller at 11.6 inches, and so will weigh less than the full-size version, which comes in at 2.6 pounds.
Mobile Geeks has been doing some digging and has come up with proof that the Yoga 3 11 2-in-1 ultrabook does exist and comes packed with some decent hardware.
The specs are said to be a choice of 128GB and 256GB of storage and 4GB and 8GB of RAM. You will also have a choice of two processors, the Core M 5Y10c or Core M 5Y71, Intel HD Graphics and Windows 8.1.
Assumed price for each model are â‚¬599 and â‚¬999, which are not cheap but you have to remember they are more premium in terms of design than some if its rival products out there.