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A high-end Ultrabook that's actually affordable

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The Yoga 2 Pro addresses many of our complaints about the original, and is now one of the best touchscreen Ultrabooks you can buy, especially at this price. We just wish the battery life had improved more.

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Critic reviews

8.1
10 reviews
  • Speed and features
    8.1
  • Design and form factor
    8.3
  • Battery life
    6.7
  • Display
    9.5
  • Durability
    8.7
  • Expandability
  • Noise
    8.0
  • Portability (size / weight)
    7.0

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8.6
14 reviews
8.0
Engadget Nov 19, 2013

The Yoga 2 Pro addresses many of our complaints about the original: The display is sharper and the overall package has been slimmed down so that it's noticeably thinner and lighter. At the same time, the Yoga 2 Pro is still the most versatile Windows convertible we know of.

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8.0
CNET Nov 13, 2013

If you think of the Yoga 2 as primarily a laptop that can be called on to flip and fold into new shapes to serve specific purposes, it's one of the best all-around ultrabook-style systems available, and one that adds new high-end features at a price that makes it almost irresistible.

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8.0
Gizmodo Nov 25, 2013

The Yoga 2 Pro is a very good laptop, and much of what made the original Yoga such a pleasure is still present, and often improved.

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8.0
PC Mag Dec 5, 2013

The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro is summed up by the terms innovative hinge and brilliant screen. If those are what you are looking for, then by all means grab one and extensively try it out.

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8.0
Ars Technica Mar 16, 2014

If you seek a pristine, touch-screen multimedia portable, crossed with a capable notebook that (currently) works best using keyboard shortcuts, you’re the Yoga 2 Pro’s target audience.

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8.0
Computer Shopper Dec 3, 2013

The Lenovo would belong on any ultrabook shopper's short list for its swift performance, comfortable keyboard, and stunning screen, as well as its low price. Its versatility is a bonus—icing on the cake, if there were such a thing as a foldable cake.

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8.0
TechRadar Dec 16, 2013

With the Yoga 2 Pro, Lenovo has built an attractive, fun to hold and easy to carry ultrabook. It's not a knockout in the performance department, but it's no slouch either, and its reasonable asking price serves as a nice counterbalance.

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9.0
HotHardware Dec 18, 2013

Because of its performance, versatility, and gorgeous display Lenovo’s Yoga 2 Pro is one of our top picks for convertible ultrabooks, and as such, we’re giving it our Editor’s Choice award.

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8.0
Expert Reviews Feb 11, 2014

Like its predecessor, the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro isn’t perfect, but its novel hinge and impressive display certainly go a long way to make up for its flaws.

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Gizmodo Sep 5, 2013

What does matter is that the core tenet of what made the first Yoga so great is still true: It's a damn fine laptop. Everything else is icing. The keyboard and trackpad are performing very well in the pre-production models I saw, though they were running on Windows 8, not 8.1.

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CNET Sep 5, 2013

I'm pleased to see a backlit keyboard, and in our brief hands-on time with the Yoga 2, it felt like a nice upgrade from the previous version, and it's still one of the slickest-looking ultrabooks out there, even without its hybrid properties

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Pocket-Lint Sep 5, 2013

As an all in one device this is one of the most flexible we've seen. Not only has Lenovo crammed a stunning screen and powerful specs into a body 10 per cent slimmer than the last model - but it's done it with thought. Gesture and voice controls are the next logical step for a device that acts as a...

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TrustedReviews Sep 9, 2013

We’re intrigued to know how much the Yoga 2 Pro will retail for in the UK, but seeing as it’s priced at €1,100 in Europe, expect it to be around £1,000 here. But, with such a great screen and improved design, we think Lenovo is onto a serious winner here.

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BrainofJT BrainofJT

I recommend buying the Yoga from the official Lenovo website, not Amazon. You'll save hundreds of dollars by doing so, especially if you use this Lenovo promotion link here: bit.ly/YogaTwo Overall, this thing is a beast. It has great specs and unique functionality. You can't get anything...

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10
Lazzzara Lazzzara

After a bit of hassle getting it shipped out from Lenovo I have absolutely no complaints about this device. Throw in the fact that it's hundreds of pounds (or dollars/euros/whatever) cheaper than comparable machines - while also offering what I consider to be the best form factor for Windows 8 -...

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9.0
Garybeenker Garybeenker

It's a great machine, highly recommend it. Looks good, quiet as a whisper, light, and powerful enough to run most Windows software. Highly recommend it.

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7.0
Gigabyte Gigabyte

It's a great device overall but I returned it after 4 weeks. The Laptop, Tablet, Stand, and Tent modes are fun to play around with in the store but I found myself using laptop mode 99.99% of the time. 3200x1800 is too much for a 13.3" display unless you like using a magnifying glass. Lenovo...

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10
groda groda

Best computer I have ever had. I run very large programs and this holds up pretty darn well. I can't say it is perfect, but I have never met a laptop that can do what this one can.

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2.0
Jim72 Jim72

READ UPDATE COMMENT BELOW THIS REVIEW Looks great out of the box but once you own one you'll wish you bought elsewhere. Very regularly Bluetooth will lockup your laptop for a minuet and devises will drop out, Lenovo support is very bad with no updates even though many users are complaining....

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