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The 11.6" ThinkPad Yoga 11e Multi-Touch 2-in-1 Notebook from Lenovo features a unique 360° multi-mode design. Laptop Mode features the traditional layout of a laptop where you use the keyboard and touchpad to navigate the screen. Stand Mode is where you can watch videos and view photos with minimal interactions with the computer. Tablet Mode is when you push the screen all the way back, transforming this notebook into a tablet. Tent Mode is when you stand the system up on its edges, resembling a tent – useful for presentations.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e has an 11.6" HD LED-backlit display. The screen has a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 1366 x 768 native resolution, which is powered by integrated Intel HD Graphics. Its resolution can support native 720p HD video playback without upscaling or letterboxing. The display is also a touchscreen, which supports multi-touch gestures incorporated into Windows 8.1. There's also an HDMI port, so you'll be able to output video to an external display, such as an HDTV.
The system is powered by a quad-core 1.8 GHz AMD A4-6210 processor. It also has 4GB of onboard 1600 MHz DDR3L SDRAM, a 500GB 7200 rpm HDD, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, an integrated webcam, a microphone, and built-in stereo speakers. The operating system installed within this system is Windows 8.1 with the option to downgrade to Windows 7.
Thanks to its unique 360° hinge, this Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e notebook can transform into four unique modes for a variety of interactive options, which are:
Laptop Mode is the traditional notebook layout with the screen in the normal position, and you use the keyboard and touchpad to navigate.
Stand Mode is when you push the screen past 180° and have it come up the other side, but not all the way to 360°. In this mode, the screen resembles a TV or a picture frame, from which you can watch videos and view photos with minimal touch interaction.
Tent Mode is when you stand the notebook on its two edges with its hinge in the highest position. As you can gather from the name of the mode, the notebook should resemble a tent in this position. Tent Mode is best utilized for presentations, such as for graphs and PowerPoint slides.
Tablet Mode is when you push the screen 360° back so it is resting on the backside of the keyboard. This mode makes the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e resemble a table,t and you can use its capacitive touchscreen to tap, swipe, and rotate your way around.
Dual-Band Intel 802.11ac Wi-Fi
Featuring Intel dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e delivers high performance, broader coverage, and longer battery life. The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e also comes with Bluetooth 4.0 technology, so you'll be able to connect wirelessly to Bluetooth-compatible peripherals and accessories.
11.6" HD IPS LED-Backlit Touchscreen
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e has an 11.6" HD LED-backlit display with in-plane switching (IPS) technology. The screen features a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 1366 x 768 resolution, powered by integrated Intel HD Graphics. The display is also a touchscreen, so you'll be able to take full advantage of multi-touch gestures. With native support for 720p HD video playback, the HDMI port allows you to output high-definition video to an external display, such as an HDTV.
The Return of the Start Button
After many requests from Windows users, the Start button makes its return in Windows 8.1. While it may not be exactly the same as its predecessor in Windows 7, the Start button has two core functions. A left click on the Start button will take you to the Windows 8.1 Start screen featuring live tiles. A right click on the Start button brings up an advanced menu where you can access the Device Manager, Control Panel, Network Options, and more.
Boot Directly to the Desktop
Windows 8.1 gives you the choice of booting to the Windows 8.1 Start screen with live tiles or booting to the familiar desktop screen of Windows 7. Users can also boot directly into an app or app view if they choose to.
Seamless Integration of Multi-Touch Gestures
Windows 8.1 supports multi-touch gestures. Now, you can use your keyboard, mouse, or the touchpad using simple gestures. Whether you're browsing apps, reading a book, or typing on the go with touch, you'll be able to seamlessly switch between all three interactive components. With the touchpad, Windows 8.1 allows you to use multi-touch gestures, such as swipe, drag, tap, slide, pinch-to-zoom, and more.
To the Cloud
With Windows 8.1, when signed in using your Microsoft account, you'll have instant access to your personal Start screen, themes, language preferences, browsing history, and browser favorites. You can also connect to services such as Microsoft Outlook, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, and more.
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In the Box
Lenovo 11.6" ThinkPad Yoga 11e Multi-Touch 2-in-1 Notebook