Lisa Gade reviews the 2017 edition of the ThinkPad Yoga with 360 degree hinges, retractable keyboard, a touch screen and included pen (Wacom AES). The Yoga 370 is 13.3”, and Lenovo has gone with that in-between size rather than continuing with the 12.5” and 14” sizes available with previous generations. It has a full HD IPS 1920 x 1080 display and runs Windows 10 on Intel 15 watt dual core i5 and i7 CPUs with up to 16GB DDR4 RAM and M.2 SSD. LTE is optional, and the laptop has a backlit keyboard, Precision TrackPad, fingerprint scanner and Thunderbolt 3. It runs relatively cool and generally quiet, as one would expect from an Ultrabook. Pricing starts at $1389.
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