Aside from a few affordable tablets, Lenovo also debuted its share of convertibles and hybrid tablets in Barcelona. Those are the Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 310, Lenovo Yoga 710 and Lenovo Yoga 510, that are detailed below.


Lenovo Yoga 710 is supposed to be a compact and powerful slate with a keyboard accessory and an 11 inch and 14 inch version. The 14 incher has a 6th gen Intel Core i7 processor, while the 11 inch model goes to a Core m5. Windows 10 is the OS here and the whole machine weighs 1.07 kg, so it’s quite compact. It can flex into 4 modes, making it easier to type, present and watch videos.

The 4 modes are stand, tent, tablet and laptop. The 14 inch Yoga 710 brings up to 256 GB of SSD storage and there’s also the option of a next gen Nvidia GeForce graphics solution. Lenovo Yoga 510 offers up to 8.5 hours of battery life and transitions between the same 4 modes of use as the Yoga 710. It weighs 1.75 kg in the 14 inch version and 2.08 kg in the 15 inch one.


Inside we find an Intel Core i7 processor, optional AMD Radeon R7 M460 graphics and quite a bit of RAM. Finally, the Lenovo IdeaPad MIIX 310 is a detachable tablet with optional 4G LTE, a weight of 580 grams and a battery life of up to 10 hours. There’s an optional Full HD display, up to 64GB of eMMC storage and 4 GB of RAM.

Yoga 710 11 inch starts 799 euros and comes in May, while the Yoga 510 14 inch is priced at 479, available from April. IdeaPad Miix 310 is a 10 incher priced from 269 euros upwards, available from June 2016.