Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 Overview
The IdeaPad 11 has a nice silver casing on the top and bottom that is made of magnesium alloy, but does have a matte finish to it which makes the unit easy to carry and handle. Under the hood you have a NVIDIA Tegra 3 T30 processor which runs at 1.3 GHz. You also have 2GB of DDR3 memory and a 64GB eMMC storage. There is a small Lenovo logo on the top corner of the lid.
Starting on the left side of the unit there is a headphone / microphone port, USB port and HDMI out. Moving further down there is a small stereo speaker and volume up and down rocker.
On the right side you have your power connection which has been change to a square connector and is labeled white. There is also a SD card reader and USB port. Further down you will find another stereo speaker and a screen lock button, which will lock the screen orientation while in tablet mode.
On the front of the unit on the left side is a small power button. It also has an indication LED that will let you know the battery status. Looking at the photo below we can see just how thin this laptop is as well. It is only 0.61-inches thick and weighs in at 2.73 lbs. On the bottom of the unit are 4 large rubber feet that will keep the laptop sturdy when typing.
Opening up the laptop you are greeted with a full keyboard and touchpad. The keyboard itself uses the island chicklet-type keys that are raised up just a bit. The trackpad sits a little left center to the keyboard and is surrounded by a black leather finish on each side.
The screen used on the Yoga 11 is a 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 HD LED backlit screen, which does offer 5-point multi-touch technology. Right above the screen is a 1MP webcam that is capable of shooting 1080p video. Below the screen is a physical Winows home button that can be used when the Yoga is in tablet mode or normal laptop mode.