Shortly before CES this year, Lenovo announced a new range of ThinkPad PCs, including the Yoga 370. In fact, the 370 feels a lot like a miniature version of the flagship X1 Yoga, which was announced a few days later.
We reviewed the ThinkPad X1 Yoga a few weeks ago, and now we've got the Yoga 370 in. While the screen is a bit smaller at 13.3 inches and there are fewer ports, it does feel like a comfortable machine to use. When the display is folded back and the convertible device is being used as a tablet, the keys retract, and since it's lighter than the X1, it's a bit more comfortable to hold.
It comes with a pen that's stored within the device, and it charges that way too. Unlike other pens, you won't have to worry about replacing a AAAA battery. Other than that, it's about what you'd expect from a premium convertible, with a Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and a 1080p display. Check out our unboxing and first impressions video:
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