The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S might only have added an "S" to the original Yoga 11's name, but boy, does it sound like the laptop-meets-tablet that the company should have released in the first instance.
Why? Because it's out with Windows RT and in with full Windows 8, plus a more powerful third-generation Intel Core i5 processor to deliver the grunt needed to power on through.
It also adds the 10-finger multi-touch support to the 11.6-inch HD IPS display that was until now found only in the larger Yoga 13 model in the series.
We were already fond of the Yoga's implementation of a dual-hinge system, that means the screen can be moved through a full 360 degrees into traditional laptop or tablet-like positions or anything in between.
It's available in silver or orange, and the one crucial thing we don't know about the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S yet is its price. Here's hoping it's not that much more than the RT-only device and we reckon this could shift plenty of units.