Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Review
Pricing, Summary, and Final Thoughts
Earlier in this review, the IdeaPad Yoga 13 was described as the poor man’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Those were the initial impressions of this reviewer, and a full evaluation has not changed this assertion in any way. However, it is not that much poorer. For a few hundred dollars less than the X1 Carbon you can get a relatively well-built, solid Ultrabook with decent battery life, a good keyboard, and reasonably good specifications.
All in all, the IdeaPad Yoga is not a bad buy for those who want a hybrid Ultrabook/tablet. At the very least it is heads and shoulders above the previously-reviewed HP Envy x2. And while the cost is going to be a little on the steep end, it would still be attractive enough for those on the lookout for an Ultrabook with decent specs and capabilities.