Yoga 11s (Hardware)
Lenovo also used one of the new Y class processors from Intel, the Core i5-3339Y in this case. While it has a higher number than the standard Ultrabook processors Core i5-3317U or Core i5-3337U, it's actually slower than those, and more energy-efficient. The Yoga 11s comes with a 128 GB Samsung PM830 SSD, a good choice.
The number of connectors is good compared to the two other tablets in this review, but you don't get as many as on a standard laptop. The main thing we're missing is a permanent network port. You have to put an adapter on one of the two USB ports.
The Lenovo Yoga 11s has both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, a standard SD card reader and a standard HDMI port. The connector for the power supply looks a bit different, as it's more of a rectangular shape.
The Lenovo Yoga 11s drops the ball when it comes to the wireless implementation, with a disappointing USB 2.0 802.11n 150 Mbit 2.4 Ghz adapter. Especially since this is the type of device you will use wirelessly, it's a shame that Lenovo cut corners here.