Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Review: Flipping Fantastic

Two years ago, Windows 8 birthed what feels like a thousand different varieties of twisting, bending, hybrid laptops. In the vast army of oddities, only a few stood out as being actually good. Of those select few, the Lenovo Yoga was our favourite. Now it's back with a refresh, and it's better than ever. Read More >>

Thinkpad Yoga: Finally a Convertible With Some Grit

Out of last years selection of fledgling Windows 8 convertibles, Lenovo's Yoga was our favourite by far. Now we're getting one with some ruggedness to it. You know, a little bit of raw strength. Meet the Thinkpad Yoga. Read More >>

Convertibles For the Business-Cool

Some businesses -- whether they're bringing in the big bucks or just a one-man-band starting out -- have already discovered the joys of multiple devices, ie, festooning employees with a laptop and tablet. But a hybrid device is not only convenient, it's cost-effective, too. Read More >>

Mini Space-Saving PCs, Which You Can Squeeze Into Any Nook or Cranny

Well, almost any nook or cranny. Years ago, you needed a great hulking desktop of a thing if you wanted huge power and performance. Now though, computers like Lenovo's Ideacentre Q190 are so compact they can even be attached to the back of your monitor, freeing up desk space for approximately six cold mugs of half-drunk tea, and an array of Post-Its. Read More >>

Lenovo's Yoga Goes From Desk to Disco (Or Laptop to Tablet) In Seconds

"Convergence" is a word we've banned 'round these parts as quite frankly, what gadget isn't in danger of putting the kitchen sink out of a job these days? But Lenovo only wishes for you to consider its Yoga range of convertibles as "versatile," which is a polite way of saying you don't need to avert your gaze when you pass your old laptop and tablet queuing up outside the dole office. Read More >>

Lenovo Yoga Review: This Is How You Build a PC/Tablet Freak Machine

I’ve got a bunch of Windows 8 PCs sitting around the office and my apartment. I use them all throughout the day, but when I need to actually get something done or test out a feature, I find myself using the Lenovo Yoga, without a second thought. That’s probably a good sign. Read More >>


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