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Lenovo’s first ever Yoga laptop was amazing. Everyone was bedazzled by what it can do, and it really does live up to its name by Yoga-ing all over the place and does all the poses you want it to do.

After that, some time has passed and Lenovo unleashed the new Yoga 2. I got my hands on the Yoga 2 Pro – which is definitely exciting.

Before we begin the review, here’s the quick spec rundown of the variant of the Yoga 2 Pro that I have for my testing session.

  • 13.3-inch IPS LED display with 3200×1800 resolution (QHD+)
  • Intel Core i5-4200U running at 1.6GHz each
  • Intel HD Graphics 4400
  • 4GB RAM
  • 128GB storage

The package design is rather simple and thin, and is with minimalistic colour and flashy graphics on it. It shows what it needs to show – like the Yoga’s 360º screen rotation and the 4 officially supported modes – Laptop, Tent, Stand, and Tablet mode.

DSC_2662Opening the box we find the IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro enclosed within a pouch. Also note that the Yoga 2 Pro fits just nicely with the corners of the laptops touching the box.


Opening the pouch, we got the IdeaPad Yoga out.

Digging deeper, there are compartments for the power brick, the cables, and also the instruction manual.

A pretty normal unboxing experience – everything is kept minimalistically simple and beautiful.

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