Lenovo’s Converetible IdeaPad Yoga Tablet to Hit Japan through NEC LaVie Y

Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga was unveiled early this year and it made quite a wave because of it’s pretty unique feature: a touchscreen display which could be folded back to 360 degrees. Japan’s NEC is bringing a variant of the ARM-based Yoga as the LaVie Y. It will available in Japan on November 22nd with an estimated price of $1,136.


The 11.6-inch hybrid laptop/tablet has a 2GB of RAM, a 64GB solid state disk, and an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. It runs Windows RT. The NEC laptop, like the IdeaPad Yoga, has special hinges that let users push the screen back 360 degrees so the computer can be held like a tablet.

Other specs are as follows:

  • Maximum battery life:        Up to 320 hours
  • Dimensions:                            204 x 298 x 15.6 in
  • Weight:                                      2.73 lb

Sources:  Liliputing, Engadget

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Written by: Björn A.