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Lenovo readies Yoga Ultrabook-cum-tablet for Blighty

Windows 8 wonder priced up

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Lenovo today heralded the UK arrival of the IdeaPad Yoga - an Ultrabook with a display that folds right round to turn the machine into a tablet.

Lenovo Yoga

The 1.5kg machine sports a 13in, 1600 x 900 IPS LCD touchscreen to match that of the Toshiba Excite 13. But it's a chunky 17mm thick - average for an Ultrabook, bulky for a tablet.

Lenovo Yoga

There's a 54Wh battery on board and it'll come with Intel Ivy Bridge chippery. It'll run Windows 8.

It'll cost from £1200 over here. No word on a ship date just yet. ®

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