Since the Yoga has a 2,5" SSD and in some regions just a regular HDD + small caching SSD, does this mean there is a free mSATA slot? I'm really curious about this. It would give the Yoga an edge over other ultrabooks, because you'd be able to fit it with both a fast mSATA SSD and a large regular 2,5" HDD.
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