Lenovo Yoga 3 reaches Indian shores with a stirring design, for a hefty price-tag

Brace yourself. You are just up to witness one of the most value-for-money offering products from the house of Lenovo.

The ‘showstopper’ from the Chinese manufacturers is finally arriving to make its impact across India, but for a hefty price of above Rs 1 lakh.

Lenovo today presented the Yoga 3 convertible notebook to the Indian eyes. Claimed to be the slimmest convertible laptop available in the market today,

Lenevo yoga 3

Yoga 3 leaves behind nothing in terms of the spec sheet and with its impressive design.

Price and features:

But certainly we are forced to raise our eyebrows when gasping at the price-tag of Rs 1,14,990.

Weighing around 1.20 kg, Yoga 3 measures only a mere 1.2 cm in thickness, and features a 360-degree hinge mechanism that has its inspiration from those in watches.

Lenovo has acquired this flexi-design by incorporating 813 distinct pieces of aluminium and steel. Anything less than a top rating would only prove to be witless. Check-out the complete features and specifications here.

The 13-inch display is packed with a QHD+ display that brags a resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels, which is although lagging a bet behind the 4K display resolution.

It also gets the Corning Gorilla Glass protection. 10-point multi-touch support is what Lenovo offers with Yoga 3.

An Intel Core M-5Y70 processor is placed on its heart that gets clocked at 2.9 GHz. Graphics demands are met by the HD Graphics 5300 GPU. The DDR3L ports are fitted with 8 GB of 1600 MHz RAM.

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Users could choose between the two SSD variants of 256 GB or 512GB SSD. The four-cell 44.8 Watt hour Li-polymer battery is well packed to serve the juice for the device for up to 7 hours. Also being bragged about is the JBL speakers, which also gets bestowed with Waves Audio certification.

On its connectivity front, the Yoga 3 comes with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies and also offers two USB 3.0 ports, a DC-in with USB 2.0 function, and a 4-in-1 card reader that can support SD, MMC, SDXC and SDHC cards.

Lenovo has indeed crafted an impressive work with the built for its new Yoga series laptop. However, the Windows 8.1 running laptop may tend to fairly shade a bit due to its price-tag, which certainly proves to the big deal in a growing market.

Lenovo Yoga 3 can be availed from Lenovo Smart Connected Devices stores as well as Croma stores, and is available only on a single color variant; the Champagne Gold one.

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