Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S
10-point touch screen.
Big SSD for the price.
Flip design allows for multiple use modes.
Nice IPS panel.
Boots really fast.
HDMI out port.
Mediocre battery life.
Power button is hard to locate.
Bottom can get hot.
Extra heat venting mars tablet mode.
Motion control is gimmicky.
Lacks 5GHz WiFi.
By TechSpot on July 18, 2013
A lot has changed since late last year when I first looked at the Yoga 13. That system showed that there is a market for convertible notebooks and while the Yoga 11S is essentially a slimmed down version of the original, there needs to be more to it at this point to make it a true standout device.70
By ultrabooknews.com on December 11, 2013
For those that are interested in the Lenovo Yoga 11S (and I'm sure many are because it's a great bit of kit) I've put together two video reviews for you. They follow-on from the full review posted here last week and, as that review did,...-
By ultrabooknews.com on December 04, 2013
The Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11S in review here is a current Ultrabook, in previous generation form. The new Haswell versions are feeding-in but this Ivy Bridge version is on offer at $699 so it makes an attractive hybrid of great quality and mobility even...-
By Wired on September 04, 2013
When Lenovo released the IdeaPad Yoga 13 last year, there was plenty to like about the 13-inch hybrid laptop. It had decent battery life, it came with a fantastic touchpad, and the 360-degree hinge mechanism that let you flip the laptop into a tablet...80
By PCPer on August 20, 2013
The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S occupies an important middle ground between the larger-sized Yoga 13 (which is simply too cumbersome to serve as a reasonable tablet for many people) and the ARM-powered Yoga 11 (which, in spite of its superior battery life...-
By PCWorld on August 13, 2013
Lenovo’s Yoga 11S is an absolute joy to use. With a $999 price tag, however, it’s hard to overlook the laptop’s ho-hum performance and medicore battery life. If Lenovo ever decides to update the Yoga 11S with one of Intel’s power-sipping fourth-generation Core processors, the result could be convertible perfection.70
By TechReviewSource on August 12, 2013
The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S aims to bring some flexible fun to Windows 8 with an Ultrabook design with a flexible display to turn it into a tablet. It's extremely thin, lightweight and comfortable to use.Typically with today's portable...80
By Expert Reviews on August 09, 2013
It’s expensive and not as powerful as many other Core i7 Ultrabooks, but its screen and battery life are excellent...80
By uk.hardware.info on August 08, 2013
Generation Y is here, and so are the sleek Windows laptops and tablets. The Acer Aspire P3, Lenovo Yoga 11s and Toshiba WT310 are all equipped with Intel Core CPUs from the new Y series. The new processors are more energy-efficient, which is great for...-
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on August 07, 2013
A major improvement over the original ARM-powered Windows RT device, but still short of being the ultimate...70