Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 260
ABOUT LENOVO THINKPAD YOGA 260 (20F6005SUS) LAPTOP (CORE I5 6TH GEN/8 GB/256GB/WINDOWS 10)
Buy the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 260 (20F6005SUS) Laptop (Core i5 6th Gen/8 GB/256GB/Windows 10) that is engineered for long-lasting performance. This laptop offers smooth processing and comes with a stylish design. In addition to this, you can easily this laptop in your backpack due to its lightweight and compact design
You get a sturdy, full-length, and ergonomically designed Full-size Island Style With Numeric Keypad in the Lenovo Thinkpad 260 (20F6005SUS) Laptop (Core i5 6th Gen/8 GB/256 GB/Windows 10) so that you can working with the utmost convenience for long working hours. Also, the laptop is powered with a high-quality Li-Ion. Therefore, there zero chances of battery overheating or swelling
Hence, you can enjoy an exceptional audio-visual experience.
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 powerful stylus into a svelte, 2.9-pound chassis. This provides a really strong productivity experience, though its undersaturated display and slightly below-average battery life leave room for improvement.
The ThinkPad Yoga 260 has the same tried-and-true aesthetic as most of Lenovo’s other business laptops. The square, raven-black chassis gets small splashes of color from a flashing red light in the ThinkPad logos on the lid and deck, along with the red TrackPoint nub and buttons. You can also get the laptop with a silver-colored chassis.
A pair of powerful hinges allows the screen to bend back a full 360 degrees so you can use it in presentation (outward-facing), tent or tablet modes. The screen remained stable in the different modes, but it bounced a bit when I touched it in laptop mode; the screen on the Lenovo Yoga 900 was more stable. To help you grip the back of the ThinkPad Yoga 260 in tablet mode, it uses Lenovo’s “lift-and-lock” keyboard, which makes the keys sink beneath the base and become unpressable when you rotate the screen back.