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Lenovo Yoga 260 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Hong Kong HKD 8,900
Indonesia IDR 568,000
Malaysia MYR 8,429
Philippines PHP 62,920
Singapore SGD 1,890

Lenovo Yoga 260 Expert Reviews

onmsft.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-12
Excellent design and build quality, Advanced security options, Versatility with traditional clamshell, tablet, tent, and presentation modes, Nice included ThinkPad Pen Pro active stylus, Matte screen that reduces glare and is plenty brightWidescreen format and huge bezels make for a poor portrait tablet experience, Battery life is middling, Screen lacks color pop
Pros: Cons: Summary: If you're looking for a well-built traditional notebook where the screen can be reversed for presentations and the occasional movie, then the ThinkPad Yoga 260 is a good choice for any business professional. You're paying extra for t...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-06-17
There's something reassuring about a ThinkPad. In some ways, little has changed for decades: the staunchly unfashionable design and retro logos hark back to the devices of IBM days, and even the name has its origins in the IBM of the 1920s – it was born f...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-11
Great build quality, Excellent keyboard, Loads of connectors, Good performance and long battery lifeMediocre screen, Slightly odd keyboard layout, Noisy fan
What is the Lenovo Yoga 260? The Yoga 260 brings together two of Lenovo's signature laptop lines. It combines the ThinkPad's business features and design with the folding touchscreen of its Yoga devices. Whether you're after a reliable workhorse or a vers...
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-14
We're back again with yet another laptop review; specifically, the review of the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260, a versatile, lightweight, business ultrabook. Lenovo continues to push out excellent computer products from the low end to the high end. While other...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-07
Excellent productivity and graphics performance, Long battery life, Vibrant 1080p screen, Lightweight build, Snappy AccuType keyboard, Built-in stylusMediocre results on some multimedia tests
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260 ($1,499 as tested) is a business-oriented convertible-hybrid laptop, the latest iteration of Lenovo's excellent line of business ultraportables that can double as tablets. In many ways, the ThinkPad Yoga 260 is a refinement of...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-19
Just another black box. That's how the uninitiated tend to describe Lenovo's ThinkPad series of devices. Those of us who've spent more than a passing moment know the truth. That durable black frame is unassuming. ThinkPad machines are battle tested, durab...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-08
Excellent keyboard and touch pad, Beautiful IPS display, Long battery lifeLight, but not light enough to replace a dedicated tablet, Options bump up the price quickly, No more 2.5-inch drive bay
A convertible 2-in-1 notebook—any convertible—would have made waves in the business-laptop world several years ago. But hybrids are becoming almost as common a sight in today's business market as among consumer machines. Lenovo started the trend with its...
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notebookreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-29
Business class build quality, Impressively thin and light for its specs, Great keyboard and TrackPoint controlsBattery life could be better, Pen is a little small for adult hands, Wide bezel around the screen
The word ThinkPad might conjure memories of bulky business laptops designed to handle whatever a mobile workforce can throw at it, but Lenovo's ThinkPad Yoga 260 is a thin and light convertible Ultrabook will just about every bell and whistle you need for...
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HEXUS.net
Reviewed on 2016-02-25
Robust build quality, Class-leading keyboard, Versatile usage scenarios, Stylus is a genuine value-add, Powerful Intel Core processor, Good connectivity optionsDisplay could be better, Not ideal as a tablet
2-in-1 laptops and convertibles have really come of age, and Lenovo has reaped the rewards as consumers have taken to the firm's array of Yoga PCs. The tablet-laptop hybrids have struck the right chords, but can the same attributes be successful in the bu...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-21
Lisa Gade reviews the 12.5” Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260, the successor to the ThinkPad Yoga 12, and the smaller sibling to the 14” ThinkPad Yoga 460 (still sold under the ThinkPad Yoga 14 name by Best Buy in the US). The ThinkPad Yoga 260 is a more affordabl...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-20
Lisa Gade reviews the 12.5” Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260, the successor to the ThinkPad Yoga 12, and the smaller sibling to the 14” ThinkPad Yoga 460 (still sold under the ThinkPad Yoga 14 name by Best Buy in the US). The ThinkPad Yoga 260 is a more affordabl...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-02-18
Comfortable keyboard, Great build quality, Useful extra featuresNot great as a tablet, Somewhat awkward screen resolution
Windows PC manufacturers have been falling over themselves with new laptop-tablet hybrids coming out seemingly every other week. While Lenovo has been setting the pace for consumer hybrids with its Yoga series, practically defining the idea of hybrids in...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-02-14
Following in the footsteps of HP’s rather lovely EliteBook Folio 1020 , the ThinkPad Yoga 260 delivers its compact business thrills in a 12.5in-screened package. That in itself gives it a slight edge over the myriad 13.3in devices on the market. It’s just...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-08
Best-in-class keyboard, Lightweight, bend-back design, Accurate stylus with helpful softwareBelow-average battery life, Less-colorful display than competition
Lenovo's ThinkPad Yoga line has long been known for pairing a flexible, bend-back design with ThinkPad-level durability and usability. The 12.5-inch ThinkPad Yoga 260 continues this tradition, packing a best-in-class keyboard, an accurate touchpad and a p...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-05
There's something endlessly reassuring about a ThinkPad. In some ways, little has changed for decades: the staunchly-unfashionable design and retro logos hark back to the devices of IBM days, and even the name stretches way back to the early days of IBM i...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-02-02
excellent input devices + stylus, bright, matte touchscreen, interfaces + docking port, low noise, extensively configurable, security featuresheavy CPU throttling, TFT's color reproduction, "predetermined breaking point" on chassis, slightly distorted microphone recordings, poor webcam
Predetermined breaking point. Does the Yoga 260 follow in the footsteps of the ThinkPad X250? Is it the better ThinkPad subnotebook thanks to its various modes? Lenovo provides reasons for criticism. This is surprising and unexpected in view of the otherw...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-01
Slim and light, versatile 360 degree convertible design. Very good pen experience. Upgradable internalsSmall evolutions here, display color gamut below the competition
The ThinkPad Yoga 260 has a 44 Whr, 4 cell battery, which is average in capacity among its competitors in this size class. Lenovo claims up to 10 hours per charge, and as ever that's optimistic. Our Core i5, full HD model averaged 7.5 hours when doing pro...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-09
Keyboard, Skylake, Converts1080p display, Slightly bulky, Slightly heavy
A few years ago, Lenovo tried a a few things in the laptop market with the Yoga (rorate and dock), Helix (twist and turn) and the Miix (completely detachable).While the latter two designs still remain in one form or another, the Yoga is the one that has b...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-09-08
Keyboard, Skylake, Converts1080p display, Slightly bulky, Slightly heavy
A few years ago, Lenovo tried a a few things in the laptop market with the Yoga (rorate and dock), Helix (twist and turn) and the Miix (completely detachable).While the latter two designs still remain in one form or another, the Yoga is the one that has...
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