At IFA 2013 today Lenovo has unveiled both the ThinkPad Yoga and the Yoga 2 Pro.

Kicking off with the ThinkPad Yoga, Lenovo have built the idea of the original Yoga Ultrabook into a more robust business form, featuring a 1920 x 1080 full HD 12.5 inch touchscreen display, the ThinkPad Yoga includes a glass trackpad, and like the original Yoga it can be used in a tablet, laptop or tent viewing mode.

There’s also the option to add a backlit keyboard as well as Corning’s Gorilla Glass.

Inside the laptop is Intel’s Core i& Haswell chipset, up to 1TB of storage and an “all-day battery life”.

The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga will be available from November priced at 800 euros (£675).

Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro

Alongside thee ThinkPad Yoga, Lenovo also updated the current Yoga Ultrabook with the announcement of the Yoga 2 Pro, which brings a new Intel Core Haswell processor, and a new 13 inch 3200 x 1800 pixel touchscreen, a massive four times the resolution of the original Yoga.

Lenovo also say that the screen is a lot brighter at 350 nits, with a new thinner and lighter design, the Yoga 2 Pro is just 15.5mm thin and 1.39kg in weight.

However the Yoga 2 Pro will still keep its folding design, allowing it to e folded between a laptop, tablet and even a “tent” mode.

The Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro will be available from October for £1,100.

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