Lenovo has today announced its latest laptop and tablet hybrid, the Lenovo Yoga 3.

Featuring a full sized keyboard, the Yoga 3 can instantly switch from a tablet like shape to a computer design, all thanks to it hinge that allows it to be rotated a full 360 degrees

The convertible comes in two different sizes, 11 and 14 inches but both are extremely slim and lightweight, with the 14-inch measuring just 0.7 of an inch think and weighing only 3.53 pounds and the 11-inch model measuring just 0.6 of an inch thick and weighing only 2.65 pounds.

What makes it a Yoga however is its modes, laptop, stand, tent and tablet. These can all be switched between by simply rotating the device itself.

In terms of specs the 14-inch model has a 5th generation Intel Core processor, whilst the 11-inch has Intel’s new Core M fanless chip.

both also have a full HD touchscreen display with a 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution, a 720p webcam, and connections for USB 3.0, USB 2.0, SD cards and HDMI. There’s also 802.11ac WiFi support and storage that goes up to 256GB (SSD only) on the 11 inch and up to 500GB on the 14-inch.

The Yoga 3 will be available in march in orange, silver, white and black with prices starting at $799 for the 11-inch model and $979 for the 14-inch model.

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