When Lenovo announced Yoga 2 Pro Ultrabook last year, many of us got confused about the naming convention which added the ‘Pro’ word to it. Now we are clear about the Lenovo’s plans as they have announced the new Yoga 2 devices. Yoga 2 laptops are the real successors to previous year Yoga models and Yoga 2 Pro is model focusing on premium customers with QHD+ display, SSDs, etc,.
There are two different Yoga 2 models, one with 13-inch display(3.5 pounds and 0.68 inch thick) and the other with 11-inch display(2.9 pounds).
The Yoga 2 13 comes with mid-range specs, you can configure CPU up to Core i5, touch display up to 1,920 x 1,080 and storage up to either a 500GB HDD or hybrid hard drive. All the devices comes with backlit keyboard and eight-hour battery. The 13-inch model will be available starting next month for $999 and up.
The Yoga 2 11 comes with quad-core Intel Bay Trail Pentium processor, screen with 1,366 x 768 IPS touch display, storage up to 500GB of storage and battery life of 6 hours. This will be available later this month for $529.
Overall, these two devices are solid upgrades for last year models.