Friday, November 6, 2015



ThinkPad is the name given to Lenovo's legendary business laptops (it inherited the name after the acquisition of IBM's PC business in 2005).

Yoga is the name given to the company's consumer pioneering range of `flexible' devices -Yoga laptops have screens that can articulate in different directions to make a laptop, a tent, help them fold flat or become a tablet.

The ThinkPad Yoga marries these two lines because some of their business customers wanted this flexibility. Importantly, you don't lose attributes of either line: it's still a ThinkPad, with the excellent spill resistant keyboard, trackpoint and durability.

There are two versions: a 12.5-inch (ThinkPad Yoga 260) and a 14-inch (ThinkPad Yoga 460).

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