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Lenovo Offers ThinkPad Yoga and X240 Ultrabook Starting This December (Updated with More Photos)

By Lionell Go Macahilig - on 12 Dec 2013, 9:52pm

Lenovo Offers ThinkPad Yoga and X240 Ultrabook Starting This December (Updated with More Photos)

Lenovo Philippines' 4P Manager for SMB Francis Judan (far left) holds the ThinkPad X240, while Country Manager Michael Ngan (second person from right) poses with the ThinkPad Yoga. Also present during the event are Microsoft Philippines' Windows Client Lead Mae Rivera-Moreno (second from left) and Lenovo Philippines' Marketing Communications Manager Anna Abola (far right).

Lenovo is bringing to the Philippine market two new iterations of its respected ThinkPad line: the ThinkPad Yoga and the ThinkPad X240.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga

The ThinkPad Yoga in tent mode.

Adopting the versatile multi-mode design of the IdeaPad Yoga 13, the 12.5-inch ThinkPad Yoga can be transformed into four modes: laptop, stand, tablet, and tent. With this capability, the ThinkPad Yoga becomes an ideal portable computing solution for both business and leisure. Continuing ThinkPad’s tradition of durability and reliability, the ThinkPad Yoga uses a tough magnesium alloy body and is fitted with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass to protect its display. Optimized for Windows 8.1, the convertible notebook supports 10-finger multi-touch. Powered by a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 processor, the ThinkPad Yoga comes with a 1TB HDD. It also features Near Field Communications (NFC), apart from the standard set of connectivity options.

Lenovo ThinkPad X240

The ThinkPad X240 comes with a built-in battery. It stays on even if its removable battery module was taken off.

For users who still prefer a notebook with a traditional form factor, Lenovo offers the 12-inch ThinkPad X240. Similar to the ThinkPad Yoga, the X240 also comes with a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 processor and a 1TB hard drive. Weighing 1.3kg and with a thickness of 20.3mm, Lenovo describes the ThinkPad X240 as a definitive and thin Ultrabook. The new notebook also features a Full HD display, backlit keyboard, and a complete set of ports. On top of these, the ThinkPad X240 features the new Power Bridge technology to address users’ portability and power requirements. Apart from the removable six-cell 72Wh lithium-ion battery, the ThinkPad X240 has a three-cell built-in battery, resulting in up to 17.4 hours of battery life.

The ThinkPad Yoga and the ThinkPad X240 will be available starting this month for PhP 71,100 and PhP 69,990 respectively. Interested consumers may visit or inquire Lenovo Exclusive Stores, SM North EDSA Think Exclusive Store, and Lenovo Corporate Resellers for actual availability.