Lenovo expands its multimode family with next-gen Yoga 2 Pro, ThinkPad Yoga, Flex 14/15 and Flex 20 AIO for $1,099.99, $949, $629.99 and $899.99, respectively. The laptops on a shoestring budget are here and they are twins. The Flex 14 and Flex 15 are actually a further expansion of Lenovo’s Yoga Series.
The Yoga Versions of Lenovo are not about to be closed down. In fact, a proliferation in the form of the Flex 14 and Flex 15 is well on its way. And the good news is that these two are very cost-efficient. These two rectangular forms can rotate a full 300 degrees on their central axis. They have a dual function as a laptop and as a stand. Thin and lightweight, these models are a dream fantasy come true. The Flex 14 has a 14 inch display unit.
Besides 10 point poly-touch capabilities, it has an Intel i7 core processor. Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro feature on this silicon system. Inside lie some pretty cool NVIDIA GeForce graphics. 500 Gigabyte of storage capacity exists in the Flex 14 while 1 Terabyte of the same stuff is in the Flex 15. Both beauties have a USB 3.0 Port and frontal camera each. A LAN Port, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 are there and earn further brownie points for the series. The price range is at about $630 and so will be reasonably affordable for many of those who don’t want their wallets to shrink in size. Both of these devices will be available for sale in late September.
Meanwhile, the 13.3-inch Yoga 2 Pro and the 12.5-inch ThinkPad Yoga are always there are sources of inspiration to millions of users. Lenovo has got the edge when it comes to slim and smart laptop designs that are a cinch to use and a delight to operate. The Yoga 2 Pro will be available in early October for $1100 and ThinkPad Yoga will be available in early November for $949. 19.5-inch frameless HD Flex 20 transforms AIO into multi-person play machine. It will also be available for $899.99 by the end of this month. The N700 multimode wireless mouse will also be available in early September for $59.99.
Lenovo's Business Group PC Division VP and GM, Tom Shell, said, “People around the world have told us they love the flexibility of Yoga and Horizon’s multimodes. Our new Flex products represent this multimode future of PC design, bringing the functionality of some of our coolest modes – stand and flat – now to our mainstream devices. And we’re continuing to enhance our signature flip and fold Yoga with Yoga 2 Pro’s amazing display, thinner and lighter design and smart mode experience.”