Leading PC manufacturer headquarteed in China, Lenovo, has introduced a range of new Windows 8.1 Laptops under the branding of its Yoga series in India.

Coming out with changes in logo and caption, Lenovo is trying to attract the young customers to rule the growing phase of convertibles in this country.

Lenovo has presented three new Yoga gadgets estimated at the price of Rs. 30,490 and Rs. 86,990. These latest devices incorporate the 11.6-inch Yoga 300, 14-inch Yoga 500 and the 14-inch adaptation of Yoga 3 convertible costs Rs. 30,490, Rs. 57,990 and Rs. 86,990 respectively.

“Globally we are the leaders in the consumer convertible PC space. We achieved this by constantly innovating and stretching the boundaries of what a PC stands for,” says Shailendra Katyal, Director of Home and Small Business at Lenovo India

The Lenovo Yoga 300, much the same as its partners from the Yoga family, has four user modes to offer, namely tablet, stand, tent, and tablet. It includes an 11.6-inch HD display with 10-point multi-touch and is controlled by an Intel Baytrail processor.

On the other hand, Lenovo Yoga 500 has a 14-inch full-HD display. The device is powered by 5th generation Intel Core i7 processor, accompanying integrated Intel HD or Nvidia GeForce 940M graphics and carries a backlit AccuType keyboard.