The Lenovo Yoga 11, which is the smaller sibling of the Lenovo Yoga 13, although it runs on Windows RT, is now made available for you to part with your hard earned money. The Lenovo Yoga 11 apparently appeared on their website on the quiet, where you will be able to choose from 32GB or 64GB flavors. The 32GB model is said to retail for $679 a pop, while those who figure out that they need more storage space can always check out the 64GB model at $759 a pop. Of course, while the mantra of “better be late than never” rings true, it is best to be early, no? After all, the initial announced availability was originally scheduled for a December launch.
For those of you who are wondering, the Lenovo Yoga 11 seems to be priced on the rather steep side, especially when you take into consideration that the kind of specifications it comes with are not too different from that of other Windows RT-based tablets including Microsoft’s very own Surface, the Asus Vivo Tab and the Samsung Ativ Tab. All of those mentioned models, the Yoga 11 included, come with NVIDIA Tegra 3 processors as well as 2GB RAM. Still, the Yoga 11 does boast the largest screen size among all four tablets at 11.6” in addition to carrying a full-sized HDMI port and SD memory card slot.
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