Lenovo took the wraps off a number of new Windows 8 devices at CES 2013, including its new IdeaPad Yoga 11S, a souped-up and touch-ready version of its popular convertible PC.
Like its predecessor, the Yoga 11S can be twisted and turned into a variety of use models, including traditional clamshell mode, tent mode and stand mode, a form factor ideal for watching movies or browsing through PowerPoint presentations. The Windows 8-based device has an 11.6-inch display and measures just 0.68 of an inch thick.
Inside Lenovo's latest Yoga is a third-generation Intel i5 Core processor. Gesture control is also supported, allowing users to advance through photos or other files with the swipe of their hand. The IdeaPad Yoga 11S will launch in June, starting at $799.