Pre-order the Lenovo Yoga 11S today, available in June

Pre-order the Lenovo Yoga 11S today, available in June

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Starting today, you can now place orders for the IdeaPad Yoga 11S Ultrabook from www.lenovo.com and pre-order from Best Buy. Various models of the Yoga 11S will be available in Best Buy stores starting on June 23. The estimated retail price for the Intel Core i3 model is $799.99 (U.S.).

Yoga 11s

The Yoga 11S follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, Lenovo’s Yoga 13, and boasts an 11.6-inch HD IPS screen with 10-finger touch support. And like the Yoga 13, the Yoga 11S converts into four modes, including “tent,” as shown in the above photo. It can be used as like a laptop or folded and flipped to be used like a tablet.

For more on Lenovo’s Yoga PCs – click here.

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  • Wileybc
    0 Posts

    Another case of no digitizer stylus.

  • - thanks for the comment and the feedback. We also saw your comments on a few other blog posts too.

  • Drew
    19 Posts

    This looks pretty good. I think the Yoga design is superb and well ahead of the traditional laptop, tablet + snap-on keyboard or plain tablet designs.

    The $799 price tag also puts it cheaper than the Surface Pro even without the keyboard for roughly the same screen real estate.  As a consumer I am glad the prices are starting to come down but I hope they don't bring the price down by offering only smaller versions.  The 10-11" is as small as I would ever be interested in.

    Hopefully they will keep the 11" Windows RT version of the Yoga and not cannibalize it with this one.

  • vieya
    44 Posts

    Could you guys please use update windows media player, windows movie maker and make a new zune HD or zune player or something?  Windows phone is nice but I'm not planning on mixing music with contacts. Also xbox music needs some work it looks and feels incomplete. Windows media player hasn't been updated for years. Windows movie maker is a extremely dumb-downed version of what it used to be.