Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 in the Test

Lenovo has the knack: 13 Ultrabook Yoga is extremely limber in the test and thus opens up new possibilities.

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The 360-degree rotation 13 Lenovo Yoga works just as easily as with a Terminal board the envelope from a sheet of paper: the Ultrabook cover is handled as a paper back and sticks on the back – other than the leaf.

This now becomes the front panel, and so that you can reach the power switch and volume control as well as here, these are side mounted. The last important button in tablet mode sits directly below the display, is decorated with the new Windows logo, and brings the Windows 8 home screen on the tablet of all layers.

Well, you can meet its large tiles with your fingers, photo albums liquid leaf through with wiping movements. That whets the appetite for more!

Display: film maturity indicator

The contrasting images on the 13-inch HD display from all sides thanks to ISP screen can be seen well. The resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels is ideal for cinema lovers. If required, the brightness on over 300 can be highly regulate cd / m ┬▓.

Thus, can invite when the season starts again, ever to the open-air cinema – suitable film material provided as from Windows 8, Windows Media Center with DVD support the Pro version is reserved. Lenovo yoga can be also as a tent set up for movies or presentations in a small circle.

And if you previously has set up the app “Lenovo Transition”, recognize media player, photo viewer and PowerPoint demonstration position and automatically switch to full-screen mode.

Case: Quality workmanship

The high pixel density naturally takes its toll in tablet mode: If you want to use traditional programs with small buttons, not optimized for the touchscreen, a steady hand is needed.

Because keyboard and touchpad Lenovo yoga in tablet mode inactive and are also out of reach: the screen is folded, outside the Lenovo Yoga rests on his keyboard. Depending on surface – think there also a weather costs suspended garden furniture – first of all overcome. In particular, because Lenovo has around high-quality coated the palm rest to the large touchpad with leather.

At all, yoga is very well-finished and shows class in its actual use as Ultrabook. The chiclet keyboard can be operated very well; What is missing is a backlit keyboard. But in cozy living-room atmosphere it is anyway rather use yoga as a Tablet and in this situation want at most a quieter fan.

Hardware: Thin & accommodation

From the full 128 GB solid state disk of our test device, together approximately 69 GB into two partitions were for your own applications and data. If you need more memory, get the Lenovo Yoga with 256 gigabytes or upgrade the memory in a tablet├╝blicher manner with an SD card, for which there is a corresponding slot.

In addition, Lenovo has prepared data storage in the Lenovo cloud storage on the Yoga. Behind it lies the SugarSync cloud service with a free storage offer 5 gigabytes and their own apps for Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and Symbian, which can be used for synchronizing mobile devices.

Yoga from the data up to 300 megabits per second is a Wi-Fi network. Faster, it would be a LAN port, lacking the Yoga though. On board there are two USB ports, an HDMI connector and Bluetooth 4.0.

Conclusion: Ultrabook with fun factor

The Lenovo Yoga affords no outliers in the laboratory and is located with many current core i5 Ultrabooks on a level, also the stamina is decent with almost six hours.

The price of 1299 euros is reasonably good quality. Typical Tablet Lenovo yoga in weights and measures can not keep up with of course. It is the icing on a successful Ultrabook – and exceptionally flexible use.

 

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