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Final Clearance Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro 13.3" Touchscreen Ultrabook - Grey (Intel Core i7-4510U / 256GB SSD / 8GB RAM)

  • Model #: Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro
  • Web Code: 10299930
  • Release Date: 04/07/2014
(17 ratings)
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Lenovo Yoga series laptops contort into 4 positions to meet your needs in work and play. Find your ideal companion in Lenovo's Yoga 2 and 3 series laptops.


The Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Ultrabook can strike a different pose for all your needs. Its QHD+ 13.3" touchscreen folds back 360 degrees, letting you convert it to four different modes ranging from laptop to tablet. With an Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD, this Ultrabook delivers quick and smooth performance for tasks in work and play.

More Information

  • Intel Core i7-4510U processor and 8GB RAM provide powerful performance for multi-tasking and resource-heavy tasks
  • 256GB solid state drive facilitates quick boot-up and load times
  • 13.3-inch touchscreen display with 3200 x 1800 resolution can fold back 360 degrees, allowing you to use the Ultrabook in laptop, stand, tent, or tablet mode
  • 802.11b/g/n/ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 allow you to connect to the web and Bluetooth-enabled devices
  • USB 3.0 port enables blazing-fast transfer speeds with USB 3.0 devices
  • Webcam lets you video chat with friends and family or take snapshots
  • Battery runs for up to 8 hours before needing a recharge
  • Windows 8.1 offers an intuitive operating platform with personalized features such as Live Tiles

What's in the Box?

  • AC Adapter
  • Power Cord

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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3.8 / 5
Based on 17 ratings,14 Reviews
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  • from Toronto, ON
  • Mar 15, 2015

Review after one month using

The weight and the size is as small as described. However the battery is not satisfied which is only 4 hours at normal use condition. And the high definition screen may cause some applications looking really small. In a word, the overall quality is good.

  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Mar 06, 2015

slow and has firmware problems

I bought this computer about 2 months ago. I returned one of them right away, because there were bright areas on the bottom and top of the screen when there was a black background. Well it turns out that it is a common problem and the new one has the same issue. I could live with it, so i kept the computer. However, I made a mistake by updating the drivers through lenovo webpage. After the updates, when I close the lid and open up again, I realized that the touch screen doesn't work. I read a lot of forms, but no solution other than pressing the power button for 5-6 seconds and force it to shut down. This is a main issue, and I will need to send the computer to the service. In addition to these, the computer is very very slow especially when there are two windows open at the same time. My 6 years old Tosh. is still faster than this computer, so I use my old computer even when I need to open adobe acrobat. I like this computer because it is small and light so it is good for travelers, but I would buy a different computer if I knew it has all these downsides. By the way, when you run a software the bottom of the computer gets very very hot and you can't keep it on your lap. Also location of the fans are not efficient, because you can easily block the air circulation when the laptop is on your laps and this heats up the computer!

  • from Ontario
  • Mar 05, 2015

Fantastic Laptop with one issue

Overall the Laptop is great, fast, great build, not too bloated with added software. Only short coming is the WiFi which is a known issue for this laptop. There are numerous discussions about it in various forums. The good news is you can upgrade the WiFi card in this for between 30 and 40 $. Should this happen in a laptop of this price?... no, but considering the quality of everything else I don't mind it too much so 4 stars. Just search for upgrading WiFi card on the Lenovo Yoga 2 pro. You can find step by step videos on YouTube.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Mar 04, 2015

Better than expected.

Would have given 5 stars if battery managed to hold out for more than 5 hours. Otherwise this is an amazing little laptop. Still pricy but easy to use and boots fast.

  • from Jordan Ontario
  • Oct 25, 2014

awsome machine

I have had it for two months now and have not found anything negative to mention. Very fast, light weight, well built computer.

  • from Halifax, NS
  • Oct 12, 2014

SSD failed after 2 months of use

The machine was bought the first week of August, after 70 days of use, it cannot detect the SSD.

  • from Surrey, BC
  • Oct 05, 2014

Great purchase - complete review

(Skip ahead for my full review) First off, I would like to say that you can't blame the products resolution for causing incompatibility with lesser software; that is like saying I bought a race car and I can't drive it on regular road. Review products for what it is! Now to address the elephant in the room; battery life has been a hot topic about this product. Many critics of how bad the life is on it and let me assure you that if you use this ultrabook for what it is, a non gaming device with the default brightness set, you will get up to 9 hours out of it. The issue here is that the default brightness is 40% and most users will crank up the brightness. However, on full brightness and speakers to max volume, I can easily watch 2 movies on Netflix using the Wi-Fi connectivity. Please keep in mind what you install on your device, certain softwares are not power friendly. I bought this device so I can work when I am not home. I wanted something with a high resolution, touchscreen capacity and runs windows. That ultrabook met those requirements with flying colors. HEAT: If you are using the ultrabook while charging it, the heat on your lap is noticeable, however this would entirely depend on the individual and I found it tolerable. While not charging, the unit is relatively warm to cool to the touch. Ventilation is located in the back row and is only an issue if tablet if you have the tablet vents facing you. The fans cannot be heard and are very quiet, unless you put your ear on the actual grill exhaust. KEYBOARD: Let's big clear, I hate the size of keyboards on non Desktop PC, however, the keyboard feels comfortable and very responsive. It also has a low noise sound, the keys can be backlit using the keyboard key shortcut. Lenovo should have incorporated that feature as a side switch IMO, however not a deal breaker. SOUND: I was very impressed on the sound quality. The speakers are located on each side near the rear, so when on your lap, you may accidentally cover the speaker, and partially the sound. No issues on flat surfaces. DISPLAY: Beautiful image quality, I have doubts that it might beat the Retina apple products, however if I wanted an apple product, I would have bought an apple product. Still, the image is crisp and no distortion I have noticed with the screen. As for the touchscreen surface, I recommend getting a fine point touchscreen pen since this display is very high resolution. To give you a comparison, imagine your smartphone as a 13.3 inch display, the pixels will be relatively the same size across the screen. PERFORMANCE: The i7 delivers. Fast boot, relatively fast browsing. At times, I would forget I was not using a desktop PC. GAMING: I admit it, I did install a few games. No issues with browser flash games, and I did install a game called Civilization which is not graphically demanding, it runs very smooth on 3200 x 1800 resolution. Please note that with any games, do not enable any kind of graphic acceleration with this ultrabook. Although, it will run many olders games and some recent ones, this is not it's primary function. WHY SHOULD YOU BUY IT: - Using spreadsheets - drawing/Editing images (such as photos) - Watch HD movies - BLUETOOTH connectivity - Acquiring signature for contract documents - Lightweight and shock resistant (not to be confused with impact resistant) - USB 3.0 - Memory card reader - Mini HDMI port. - Ideal for work on the road WHY YOU SHOULD NOT BUY IT: - SSD and not HDD (not ideal for video editing or storing extra large files, such as blu-ray size) - Hardcore gaming - Video editing movies (commercial length would be acceptable) - If you have difficulties reading on smartphones. Final thoughts: It does exactly what I needed. Although expensive, I found it was worth every penny. My first time buying a Lenovo product and this won't be my last.

  • from Halifax, NS
  • Sep 30, 2014


Great ips screen, high resolution, but some software cannot support high resolution screen perfectly, good product honestly

  • from Saint Catharines, ON
  • Sep 28, 2014

Good Ultrabook

Everything is wonderful. Light weight. Excellent screen. Good outlook. Even the battery can not last that long. But the data processing speed is great. Anyway, it is a great ultra book.

  • from Oakvile, ON
  • Sep 26, 2014

Except battery life, I have no other complain

I got this since a month. I like the laptop. Few points i noticed. # Wifi was very bad, and then i found tweak in internet to downgrade its driver, and it worked excellent after that. # Battery do not last that long. In my day to day use, i noticed, it dies in 4-5 hours. # Though it is using 3K screen, the OS and apps are not optimized for the hi resolution. So fonts, pictures do not render to screen well with that you see on other laptops.

  • from Hamilton, ON
  • Sep 19, 2014

Lenovo Yoga pro 2

Excellent product, battery only last 6hrs not the 9 Lenovo claims.. But what company that claims 9hrs acually last 9hrs. Lightening fast start-up and continues until your finished with anything your doing on the computer. Don't regret buying this at all. When you buy yours and use it I think you'll agree.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Aug 29, 2014


very nice laptop. fast, brilliant screen resolution, it works as tablet, laptop, etc folds very well. very light weight . had it for 2 months... no complaints. glad i bought it. windows 8 works very well on it.

  • from Mississauga, ON
  • Aug 22, 2014

Perfect pc

This laptop is good in everything, even gaming. I have it for about a month now and I reccomend it for an all around laptop but the problem is that the battery works 4 about 6-7 hours when fully charged. I think the value is excellent, probably the best laptop for $[...]

  • from toronto
  • Aug 12, 2014


It's great. no defect with previous wifi issue, connecting perfectly. screen is amazing but unfortunately many applications couldn't get running with such high resolution quality. Battery is only maximum of 6 hours operation with usual use, definitely not approaching 9 hours lenovo claimed++