Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Hands-On Video Review: A Flexible, Capable Ultrabook
In our flurry to dive into our detailed performance review of the new Yoga 3 Pro, we had to forgo the video hands-on demo we typically like to pull together for a hot new notebook like this. However, today we're making good on our effort to bring you an up close and personal perspective of what's hot in the land of mobile tech this holiday season, with a quick hands-on video review to follow-up our deep dive.
Have a gander as we try to find our inner chi with the Yoga 3 Pro...
From our review... "The Yoga 3 Pro is not a fanless design but instead is a super-thin, ultra-light notebook with a premium, high resolution 3K display and a crisp 3200X1800 resolution. And though the Yoga 3 Pro is crazy-thin and light at just 2.6 pounds, its cooling fans are barely audible under load. In addition, this machine has a design feature that is a first for notebooks. Its "watchband" style hinge allows the machine to flip and contort all the way back into tablet mode and anywhere in between--and look good doing it."
We noted that the Yoga 3 Pro is HotHardware "Recommended" equipment if you're in the market for a new thin and light laptop with touch and Windows 8.1. You can find it on Amazon starting at $1299 as configured for our review.