Last year the Chinese hardware giant launched a 12.5-inch model in this line, but the new Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 14 is set to amp things up in the screen estate department.

This successor to that popular product is a 14-inch convertible laptop that is going to please a lot of business users. It works in four modes, and features the convenient Lift nā€™ Lock keyboard mechanism of the original model.

And it also brings it in terms of hardware.

You get large storage capacity in the form of a 1TB hard disk, with 16GB SSD cache for fast operations. An NVIDIA GeForce 840M graphics chip is an optional upgrade, though it merits a mention that the company has just launched its next generation GPUs in the form of the GTX 970M and the GTX 980M.

The hybrids comes with an IPS screen running at 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution, and draws its power from an Intel Core i5 Haswell processor that is paired with 8GB of RAM.

Remaining specifications include a docking connector, HDMI output, SD card reader, two USB 3.0 ports and one USB 2.0 one.

Battery life, Lenovo claims comes in at 8 hours on a single charge.

The ThinkPad Yoga 14 has been priced at $1,200, and this premium pricing goes in line with its internal circuitry and the magnesium alloy build.

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