We here at FHM are always on the look out for new tech toys that are powerful or unique enough to feature on our glossy pages or be granted some online airtime. In other words, pag hindi matindi o kakaiba, hindi papasa.
So when we encountered Lenovo's flippin' and twistin' duo of the IdeaPad Yoga and ThinkPad Twist, we gladly went to work to tell the whole world about them. Why? Read on.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga
We wonder if the babe does yoga, too...
The IdeaPad Yoga reminds us of a sexy girl with the flexibility of an Olympic gymnast. Hold those naughty thoughts, guys, we're talking about a machine that's just 16.9mm thick that comes with a sleek and smooth metallic casing!
And here's the biggie: Its 13.3-inch HD LED display is not only touchscreen, it can also be moved a full 360 degrees to the back, which transforms the device into something like a tablet. With this feature, Lenovo says you can use the IdeaPad Yoga in four modes, depending on the position of the screen: laptop, tablet, tent, and stand.
We bet your notebook can't do that
On the inside, you've got hardware that's to be expected from a premium device. The IdeaPad Yoga comes with either a third-gen Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor with up to 8GB DDR3 RAM and a 256GB SSD for faster operation. Wireless connecitivity via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are also in the mix, as expected. Lastly, it has Windows 8 running inside it to maximize the use of its touchscreen, and vice-versa.
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