Windows 8 ultrabooks are not just becoming hybrid, they now twist, and turn, and won’t stay put. Lenovo launched two new such multi-hinged notebooks with screens you can touch – the IdeaPad Yoga 13 and the ThinkPad Twist. This happened just a day after Lenovo convened bloggers for a hands-on intro of the business-executive-focused ThinkPad Twist.
If you’ve ever caught yourself tapping or swiping your notebook’s screen, don’t be ashamed. It’s how much touchscreen behavior has invaded our lives. Now you can do it on a consumer-friendly Windows 8 notebook. The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13:
The Lenovo ThinkPad Twist: serious looks meets flexibility
The Lenovo ThinkPad Twist is aimed at the high-end business executive. It packs an i5 processor, Windows 8, up to 500 GB HDD, 24 GB mSATA, a keyboard of legendary comfort, and up to 7 hours of battery life. It resumes from sleep as fast as a tablet, and its sturdy build invites you to imagine that it will outlive a zombie apocalypse. Its screen can swivel even while it’s in laptop mode, and like the Yoga, can become a tablet. P57,990.00, baby.
For more detailed specs and sharp, candid pics of the ThinkPad Twist, see our hands-on right here.
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