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Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Thinner, Lighter and Faster

lenovo-yoga-3-pro_wp_header If you are looking for something sleek in design and want to eliminate extra baggage (tablet, laptop or DVD player) in your travelling bag. Lenovo made that easy with the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, which eliminates carrying multiple devices during your travels. It’s a laptop and tablet in one; also known as a hybrid computer.

The Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro sports a stunningly thin look and a remarkable weightless feel. The Yoga 3 Pro introduces the ‘watchband’ style hinge design making it stronger yet thinner by allowing the Yoga 3 Pro to lay completely flat on a surface and folding the keyboard portion to hold comfortably into a tablet.

What’s new with the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro? It’s 17% thinner and 15% lighter than the previous Yoga generation devices. It comes with the new Intel Core M processor, which is built to deliver optimal blend of mobility and performance. Lenovo is always to trying to break the barrier in their design, so they added “watchband” hinges to the Yoga 3 Pro. The hinge design allows the Yoga 3 Pro to lay completely flat and with its six points making the Yoga 3 Pro strong when you are changing it to different modes.

The Intel Core M processor is for a new class of devices that is smaller in size and runs more efficient, as well cooler than previous generation Intel Core processors. This allows Lenovo to design the Yoga 3 Pro to be only half an inch thing, while maintaining battery life with a smaller battery than the previous generation of Yoga devices. Due to its thinner size, many ultra-books come with only two USB ports. The Yoga 3 Pro includes additional unique charging port that doubles as a USB 2.0 port.

One of the best things about the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro is it being so flexible to adapt to your workflow no matter where you are at. Like its predecessor, the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro has the same ability to bend 360 degrees allowing users to select from four different modes whether it’s for work or play. We have the classic notebook mode; the stand mode for view movies and video chatting, the tent mode is great for touch-base tasks and the tablet mode.

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