- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Ports and buttons
- Page 3: Design and build quality
- Page 4: Screen and touchscreen
- Page 5: Keyboard and trackpad
- Page 6: Comfort and portability
- Page 7: Performance
- Page 8: Battery and charger
- Page 9: Upgradability and maintenance
- Page 10: Wrap up
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.
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.