Lenovo recently launched its first Yoga 2-in-1 ultrabook with an Intel Core M Broadwell processor. The Yoga 3 Pro weighs 2.6 pounds, works as a notebook or tablet, has a high-resolution 13.3 inch display, long battery life, and a new hinge that allows the machine to be thinner than its predecessors.
Now it appears Lenovo has a smaller model in the works. The Lenovo Yoga 3 11 is expected to have a similar design to the Yoga 3 Pro. But it’ll have a smaller 11.6 inch display.
Mobile Geeks dug up several retail listings for the Lenovo Yoga 3 11, as well as an FCC filing which suggests that the Yoga 3 11 will look a lot like the Yoga 3 Pro. There’s also a Yoga 3 11 page on the Lenovo Germany website… but there’s nearly no information on that page, and the picture on the site clearly shows the wrong computer.
Lenovo is expected to offer models with 4GB to 8GB of RAM, 128GB to 256GB of storage, and Core M 5Y10c or Core M 5Y71 processors. They’ll come in at least two color options: white and silver.
European prices should range from 599 € to 999 € (about $742 to $1238 US).
In other words, these new laptops won’t be as cheap as some earlier members of the Yoga family. But they should be thin, light, and could possibly feature fanless designs along with long battery life thanks to their low-power Core M processors.