"And just like that, the tablet market was flooded," is what historians of the future will likely say when speaking in reference to late 2012. Well, they'll probably throw in some end-of-the-world coverage too, but the point is, there are a lot of Windows-based tablet/hybrid/convertible PCs launching over the next few months, and nearly every PC vendor and its mama are getting in on the action.
The Lenovo IdeaTab Yoga 11 is hitting US shores in December, with Lenovo yet to confirm whether we'll see it in Australia. Sporting the Windows RT operating system, a Tegra 3 processor and a built-in keyboard that can be folded out of the way when need be, will it be worth US$799, and inevitably more once the Australia tax is applied? Well, that will depend on its quality and your needs. Read on if that piques your interest.
The Yoga 11 sports an 11.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1366x768 pixels. As someone who's become kind of a pixels-per-inch snob of late, those specs don't exactly grip me with excitement.