Feature with the wide watching angles, Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro. is the all-about best-in-class example of a first-generation Windows 8 hybrid. With the Yoga 2 Pro Lenovo produced a notable refresh to a device that increasingly look like it will be a basis of the PC maker’s schedule for the probable future. What makes such a brilliant ultra-book?
Flexible screen: The first ultrabook with 360 degree pivot design. It flips back 360 degrees to offer four different custom modes: Laptop, Tablet, Stand, and Tent.
Multihued display: One of the sharpest in the trade. The 13.3-inch 3200 * 1800-pixel IPS display is advanced than that on the 13-inch Macbook Pro with Retina Display (2560 * 1600 pixels).
Exceptional keyboard and touchpad: Exceptional backlit island-style keyboard. The keyboard itself is indented, expected in an attempt to maintain the keys from protrude while in Tablet mode.
With excellent palm refusal ensured that the cursor tracked easily across the screen, you could reliably perform gesture such as edge-swiping, two-finger scrolling and pinch-to-zoom on the click pad.
Clear Audio: A pair of speaker on the bottom right and left front-end of the chassis. The speakers show fairly boisterous and are able to fill a big room with audio contentedly.
Concrete performance: The Yoga 2 Pro is able to handle regular word and web functions with ease. The device is also able of handling more difficult Microsoft Office function such as computing difficult Excel spreadsheets without any trouble. Equipped with 4GB of Ram the device is able to run multiple tasks.
Even the best-in-class ultra-book has its drawback. Besides its shorter battery life (compared to competing Ultra books offer), it does not have a build-in DVD drive or CD drive. It means that you cannot put in a DVD disc to the ultra book to enjoy the movies. Though, with Any DVD Cloner Platinum which is a qualified DVD ripper program, you can rip DVD movies to lossless video files for playback on Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro. It is wonderful to enjoy the lossless movies and vivid photos on the great high-classification screen.