If you like what Lenovo has done with the ThinkPad Yoga family of hybrid devices, you might be interested to learn that Lenovo has unveiled a trio of new ThinkPad Yoga laptops at CES 2015. This includes the ThinkPad Yoga 12, 14, and 15, which as their names have probably given away are the laptops’ display sizes which comes in 12-inch, 14-inch, and 15-inch options.
That being said apart from the difference in screen sizes, the laptops are more or less the same. Under the hood these laptops will be powered by an Intel 5th gen Core processor and will all feature Lenovo’s Lift n’ Lock keyboard. They will also come with a 10-point multitouch display and according to Lenovo, the ThinkPad Yogas will sport a long battery life and will be military spec tested (Lenovo is hoping to get the mil-spec certification).
There are some differences between the laptops. The 12-inch model is the most basic, but for those opt for the 14-inch model, you have the option of adding an NVIDIA GPU which should allow you to play some video games that might be a bit more graphically demanding. This is the same for the 15-inch model, except that the 15-inch model will feature an optional Intel RealSense 3D camera.
If these sound like laptops you might be interested in, Lenovo has priced them at $685 for the 12-inch model, $749 for the 14-inch model, and $875 for the 15-inch model, with the prices rising should you want to add more additional hardware like the discrete GPUs and RealSense 3D cameras.