We were patiently waiting for a convertible ultrabook since the thin laptop craze began, and Lenovo has stepped up with the new IdeaPad Yoga, a 13.3-inch dual-hinged tablet that Lenovo claims offers four-unique positions (hence the name, Yoga), notebook, tablet, stand, and tent.
The IdeaPad Yoga display opens a full 360-degrees and the entire unit measures a scant .67-inches thick and weighs 3.1 pounds. This convertible will sport and Intel Core processor and run Windows 8. It will support up to 8GB of RAM and ship with a 256GB SSD. The ultrabook will get approximately 6 hours of battery life, according to the company.
The 13.1-inch display will have a 1600 x 900 resolution and support up to 10 touch points. For an idea of how the four YOGA positions work, check out the gallery below. TabletPCReview hopes to have a hands-on with the convertibe ultrabook later from CES 2012.