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Lenovo's Yoga 11S Now Available for Pre-Order

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  • Windows
  • Notebooks
  • Ultrabooks
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May 17, 2013 5:47:55 AM

Not bad, good competition for the surface pro I think. ..but 768p? Cmon lenovo at least make it 1080p
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May 17, 2013 6:20:09 AM

I'm okay with 768p on an 11.6" screen, but it's a real shame that you need to fork over $1350 to get a model with Windows 8 Pro (at least direct from Lenovo).
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May 17, 2013 7:20:50 AM

Intel's premium prices with intel's GPU, no thanks!
Slap in AMD's APU, slash the price, then we'll talk.
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May 17, 2013 11:51:33 AM

With Haswell so close (and the alleged huge power savings), this seems like a really stupid time to buy an ultrabook. Wait a couple of weeks and either buy a Haswell equipped model, or a discounted Ivy Bridge one.
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May 18, 2013 11:35:30 AM

Haswell is going to be able to deliver a much better punch in the same power envelope the y series ivy bridge are. The haswell version of all ultrabooks are going to be infinitely superior because of the additional battery life and cool temps. This yoga will get a nice boost from haswell in both the cpu and gpu departments. At 11.6" I would like to see 1600x900 IPS/PLS minimum but it really should be 1920x1080 and the 13.3" one I'd like to see that bumped to 2560x1440 like the toshiba kirabook has but 1920x1080 IPS/PLS is the minimum i would accept on the 13.3". If they can bring the higher resolution with the haswell refresh i just may be in the market for a yoga book.
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May 24, 2013 1:38:08 AM

in 2003, we have this,
NEC Electronics America Inc. has developed the 8.4-inch XGA TFT color ... All I want for Christmas is anything on this year's Best of Innovations
now 10 years later. 768 again? retro :p 
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