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Lenovo introduces Yoga (the laptop, not the exercise)

News10: For those who think yoga simply isn't for them, it's time to think again.

Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga is a 13.3-inch ultra-thin (16.3mm) laptop computer that looks worthy of the marketing buzzword "ultrabook". Packing enough of a punch (up to an Intel i7 CPU, eight gigs of RAM, and a 256GB SSD) to handle most anything the average computer user will throw at it, the Yoga is quite the flexible machine (hence the name) and can be used not only as a standard laptop but also in three other modes.

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Yoga Pro 3 will be Lenovo’s competitor against the iPad Air 2

Lenovo did show off quite a few tablets and hybrids at IFA Berlin at the beginning of September, such as the ThinkPad Helix, Horizon 2S, Horizon 2E and ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23. What we regretted not seeing at the trade show was a successor to the Lenovo Yoga Pro 2 tablet, which was a pretty impressive release from the company.

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Lenovo Prices its Impressive YOGA Ultrabook

Gadgehit.com writes: "Lenovo has priced its highly anticipated IdeaPad YOGA Ultrabook laptop in the UK starting from £1,199. Lenovo, the world’s second largest PC maker, is showcasing for the first time in the UK a whole range of desktops, laptops and All-in-ones at its stand D70 at the Gadget Show live at the Birmingham NEC."

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CES 2012 and technology trade shows: What's the real ROI of attending?

N10: Annual tech industry expo the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has just wrapped, introducing a slew of 2012's best new high-tech gadgets, apps and online services. But having absorbed the conference's record 20,000 new product debuts, provided courtesy of 3100 companies who demoed across a record-breaking 1.861 million net square feet of exhibition space, we're still left with more questions than answers. Chief among them: With launches in key categories like smartphones and tablet PCs largely taking a backseat to thinner connected TVs and expanding cloud multimedia services, does the show still remain relevant for entrepreneurs and small business owners?