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With Yoga 300, Lenovo makes convertibles more affordable
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With Yoga 300, Lenovo makes convertibles more affordable

The convertible laptops are uber-cool and Lenovo has mastered it with its Yoga Series 2-in-1 category launched first back in 2012. The convertible offers four different modes: laptop, tablet, tent, or stand. To make Yoga more mainstream, Lenovo has launched Yoga 300 priced at Rs 30,480 in India.

The Yoga 300 has a compact display featuring a 11.6-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) LED-backlit multi-touch LCD display. It is powered by 64-bit Intel Pentium N3540p rocessor (4 cores, 4 threads, 2.16GHz base clock, up to 2.66GHz burst, 2MB cache) clubbed with 4GB of DDR3L 1333MHz RAM and Intel integrated graphics. On the storage front, it houses a 500GB HDD clocked at 5400RPM.

The Yoga 300 comes with a 720p HD camera with single mic for getting the voice calls right. The connectivity features of the convertible include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and HDMI.

For a good audio experience, the Yoga 300’s audio is powered by Dolby Home Theatre technology and has dual speakers. It is powered by a 2-cell 30Wh battery, the company says it can run up to 5 hours on single charge. It comes pre-loaded with Microsoft Office 365, Evernote and Lenovo ShareIt and Haromony apps.

The Yoga 300 is availabe in a white color variant and will be available in the Lenovo exclusive stores and online at



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