Lenovo’s ThinkPad Yoga shatters workplace boundaries with multi-mode design

ThinkPad Yoga

With today’s work environment veering way from the usual 9 to 5 desk job paradigm, most companies now need devices that can transcend capabilities of the conventional office PC to optimize workforce productivity.

Heavy and bulky PCs are no longer in sync with the business professionals’ “on-the-go” lifestyle. While tablets address the portability and mobility aspect, they are usually not powerful enough to fully support the users’ requirements for content creation. And while laptops are good for creating files, a modern business professional also needs compact devices with touch-screen capabilities to make presentations easier.

“With the rising convergence, consumerization and mobilization of technology, today’s volatile business landscape demands flexible devices that allow business professionals to control their work experiences and keep up with multiple roles. As the third-largest maker of smart connected devices in the world, Lenovo addresses this need by embracing the multi-mode design philosophy and innovating convertibles such as the ThinkPad Yoga that adapts to users’ preferences instead of forcing them to work within confines,” said Michael Ngan, Country General Manager of Lenovo Philippines.

Ever Business-Ready

Today, business professionals can easily send emails and create reports using ThinkPad Yoga’s legendary keyboard in laptop mode. During presentations, they can convert the laptop into a tablet or even put it into stand mode to facilitate discussions during business meetings and web conferences. With the ThinkPad Yoga’s high definition in-plane swiching (IPS) feature and 10-finger multi-touch support screens, business professionals can easily browse through documents or leverage on the Motion Control to forward documents, videos, and photos just by using hand gestures for a more interactive show and tell session. 

Aside from its multi-mode design feature, the ThinkPad Yoga also offers various customization options, high performance, security and productivity features to complement a business user’s highly active lifestyle. For instance, Near Field Communications encourages collaboration among its different departments by allowing business professionals to share data with one another. Meanwhile, the ThinkPad Yoga’s ability to respond to voice input enhances a business professional’s multi-tasking competence: users can chat on Instant Messaging programs and search the web without lifting their fingers, freeing their hands to perform other tasks.

The Business Traveller’s Companion

Weighing at just 1.58 kg, the ThinkPad Yoga eases the physical burden of travelling with technology with its compact and portable design. Thanks to the ThinkPad Yoga, business travellers no longer have to pack everything from the office when they go abroad as the convertible Thnkpad Yoga already has all the essentials covered in its 12.5 inch thin frame. The device is also easy to bring around as it can easily be slipped inside a hand-carry bag.

The Lenovo Transition feature, which allows users to convert the ThinkPad Yoga into different modes, simplifies things for business professionals who do not wish to bring a lot of different devices when travelling. They can rely on the same device for creating powerful content during their presentations abroad and for watching movies, playing games, and other entertainment needs when they want to relax during long rides.

With an all-day battery life, the ThinkPad Yoga keeps outlet outrage at bay and helps business travellers remain productive beyond the usual work hours.

Pricing and Availability

The ThinkPad Yoga is available at Lenovo Exclusive Stores and SM North EDSA Think Exclusive Store, and Lenovo Corporate Resellers with pricing that starts from Php71,100.

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Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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