The Lenovo Yoga Windows 8 hybrid has been around for quite some time now and it looks like the company has a new update to it – the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro that comes with a display that has twice the resolution of its predecessor. With a 13” display on board, the device packs 3,200 x 1,800 resolution inside, much higher than what others are offering – 1080p display. Powered by none other than the fourth generation Intel core processors on board, the Yoga 2 pro also features a slimmer profile, giving it a weight of a mere 1.39kg.
Other than those changes, the design looks pretty much the same, the Yoga 2 Pro allows the display to be turned 360-degrees around so it can be used in tablet mode. You can select up to Intel Haswell Core i7 processor, it runs on Windows 8.1 with up to 512GB of SSD, has Intel WiDi for streaming content wirelessly to a TV, Dolby Home Theatre v4, and up to 9 hours of battery life.
The Yoga 2 Pro will be available in October with a starting price of USD$1,100; Lenovo will also have a refreshed 11” version, the Yoga 11S that will be getting a Haswell treat as well though, pricing for that has not been unveiled.