Introducing the ultimate multimode UltrabookTM. The Intel®-inspired Yoga 2 Pro is a PC, a tablet, and more. Its super-high resolution QHD+ multitouch display flips back 360 degrees to offer four different usage modes: Laptop, Tablet, Stand, and Tent. Life has many modes; so should your technology.

3 thoughts on “Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (59386391) Silver

  1. John S. Dean "John" says:

    This was enough to make me give up my Retina Macbook Pro and go back to Windows I switched from Windows to MacBook Pros back in 2009 because I loved the trackpad on the macbooks. I’ve been using my 15″ Retina MacBook Pro since they were released in 2012 and loved it, but I had picked up a Surface Pro when they were released in Feb and really liked the experience. I’m a multiple Microsoft MVP award winner in the Tablet PC group, and had used tablets exclusively from 2004 or so until I switched to the Mac in 2009. So while I couldn’t use the Surface Pro as a main machine due to the small 128GB SSD, it did show me that it was time to return to Windows and a tablet computer.I started looking hard a month or so ago when the new Haswell chip systems started showing up. And I kept coming back to this one as the most bang for the buck. I went through all sorts of problems getting my hands on one, but finally did a few weeks ago. I copied everything off my Mac to a USB drive and never touched it again other than to clean it off to sell.The…

  2. J says:

    Best Ultrabook out there at the end of 2013 Updated 11/27/2013First things first, I got my Y2P at Best Buy for the low price of $1200, I hope Amazon adjust their prices soon. That aside, this is by far one of the best ultrabooks out there right now, and the only thing that even comes close is the Macbook Air. I say this because any windows ultrabook that rivals the Y2P in specs and screen resolution, runs at least $200 more. Now I’ll try to summarize a few things that stand out about this laptop, either to me, or in the various reviews I’ve come across.Screen: speaking of the screen, 3200x1800p is incredible to look at, and after using this for a week, I find it hard to go back and look at the 1080p monitor of my laptop. That said, it is true that Lenovo has run into some odd problems with yellow reproduction, and any yellow will look a bit green/mustard-ish. This is particularly noticeable in photos and less noticeable/non-existent in movies. While Lenovo has issued a BIOS update to attempt to fix…

  3. CM says:

    Gorgeous display, reasonable price, excellent buy! I was first attracted to Yoga 2 Pro by its stunning display. It uses the same LCD panel as Samsung’s Ativ Book 9 Plus. The 3,200 x 1,800-pixel screen is simply gorgeous, ultra sharp and crisp. It’s at least on par with, if not better than, Macbook Pro 13’s Retina Display (2560 x 1600).Just a catch, the LCD panel’s Pentile Red-Green-Blue-White (RGBW) pixel matrix is different from the more conventional Red-Green-Blue (RGB) matrix. It leverages a modified physical layout of the pixels to deliver a brighter display at lower power consumption levels. This results in lower color luminance, especially when viewing yellows. So, when I first opened Paint to browse the color palettes, bright yellow appeared as dirty brownish yellow.I investigated online and found that Lenovo had already come up with a remedy. Supposedly, all I needed to do was to update the BIOS and installed a new version of Lenovo Energy Manager. I set the power option to “Daily Mode” and…

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