Microsoft today published a new ad targeting Apple Macbook Air. This new ad compares Macbook Air with the recently released Lenovo Yoga 3 2-in-1.
The new 13-in YOGA 3 Pro is unbelievably thin and light frame with new watchband hinge design, same QHD+ screen as Yoga 2 Pro and comes with Harmony, Lenovo’s intuitive software that adapts to users’ personal preferences as they use the device in its different modes.
The current YOGA 2 Pro itself is a thin and light notebook, the new YOGA 3 Pro takes this concept even further by shaving 17 percent from its predecessor’s frame at just 12.8 mm thin – thinner than a pencil when opened. The PC also comes in lighter at 1.19kg – 14 percent less than before – lighter than a bottle of water. Lenovo’s new watchband hinge is constructed from more than 800 pieces of steel and aluminum. Lenovo engineers redesigned the original YOGA hinge so that it now provides the same degree of flexibility and flatness seen in metallic watch bands. Instead of two focus points, there are now six. Complementing the distinctive new hinge design, the YOGA 3 Pro is available in three eye-catching colors: Clementine Orange, Platinum Silver or Champagne Gold.
It’s an epic dance-off between the new Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro and the MacBook Air. But does the MacBook Air stand a chance against the sleekness and multi-mode flexibility of the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro? Nope. And once you add the touchscreen, it’s game over. The Yoga 3 Pro proves there’s more than one way to do what you want.
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