Lenovo announced that it will be hosting the Lenovo concert for buyers of its latest multi-mode convertibles and select PCs to celebrate the new year and to thank loyal customers for helping it retain its #1 standing in global PC sales for the second quarter in a row. With the multi-mode campaign, buyers who purchase the Yoga 2 Pro, Flex, Miix2, S410p, Yoga 13, and C440 from now until January 5, 2014 will receive complimentary tickets to the Lenovo Concert on January 9 2014, and watch Nina, Rico Blanco, Kyla and the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra perform live at Resorts World.
“The Lenovo Live Concert is our way of showing our appreciation to loyal clients who have helped us sustain our position as the #1 global PCmaker for the second quarter in a row.Their continued support and enthusiasm are the driving force behind our continuous thrust to provide innovative and highly-differentiated products like the Yoga 2 Pro and Miix 2, which address doers’ multi-faceted needs in today’s PC Plus era,” said Michael Ngan, Country General Manager, Lenovo Philippines.
Users will instantly notice the Yoga 2 Pro’s impressive, eye-popping 13.3-inch display: its QHD+ super high resolution 10-finger touchscreen displays images in 3200X1800 resolution in a 16:9 aspect ratio, equivalent to four times the visual clarity of the original Yoga’s HD+ (1600X900) screen and the highest screen resolution on the market today.The 350-nit screen features IPS 178° wide angle viewing for great views from nearly any line of sight.
Unbelievably thinner and lighter than before at 15.5 mm thin and 1.39 kg, the extra mobile Yoga 2 Pro lets users easily enjoy computing in each of its four modes: laptop, tablet, stand and tent. Yoga 2 Pro runs on Windows 8.1, and features the latest Turbo Boost Technology, up to 256GB SSD, 1.0M HD Camera, and up to nine hours of battery life. It also features a new backlit keyboard and comes in its signature Grey or Clementine Orange.
A full-function laptop and tablet, Yoga 2 Pro infuses new smart features including Yoga Picks, a concierge-like tool that suggests suitable apps based upon the device’s mode, custom apps and voice control.
AWindows 8.1tablet with a PC processor, the eight-inch Lenovo Miix2 can be attached to a ‘quick flip’ keyboard-case that instantly turns it into a full-function laptop PCfor mobile entertainment and content creation needs.More than just an affordable tablet, the Miix 2 has a 64GB built-in storage space, a Micro SD slot for additional capacity, 2MP front and 5MP rear cameras, and is equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and WCDMA.
The Miix 2 is available in Light Silver. It also comes with an optional integrated AccuType keyboard that is as stable on the lap as a notebook.
More than a thin and light laptop, the dual-mode Flex 14.1-inch and 10.1-inch laptopscreatively flip300° for stand mode, a new way to interact with a PC and position the device closer to the user for a more natural, comfortable touch experience. Users canopen Lenovo’s custom YouCam program, say “1,2,3 cheese” to snap a webcam photo and then send it to a friend using Flex’s voice commands. They can also enjoy cinematic quality sound with Flex’s Dolby Advanced Audio v2, or even watch high definition content on another screen via Flex’s HDMI-out connection.
Flex 14 has a fashionable soft-touch black cover trimmed with Silver or Clementine Orange, which attracts attention. Equally stunning, the interior contains a clean keyboard design with optional backlighting.