You can upgrade the Lenovo Yoga 13 has spots for 2 SSD! That’s awesome. You could upgrade, but why bother, just add a second one.
I love my Lenovo Yoga 13, but it doesn’t ship with enough disk space. Adding an SSD helps a lot.
Since 1.8 inch SSD are pretty much only available in up to 256 Gigs that’s what I went with.
The Crucial m4 mSATA SSD delivers all of the award-winning performance and reliability of the Crucial m4 SSD – in a drive that’s an eighth of the size. Measuring in at about one-third the size of a standard business card (3cm x 5cm), the Crucial m4 mSATA is designed primarily for ultrathin laptop users who want to dramatically increase their system’s performance. Because of its small form factor, the Crucial m4 mSATA SSD can do things that hard drives and other SSDs often can’t: it can serve as a primary storage device in ultrathin laptops, it can attach directly to the mSATA socket on your system’s motherboard (freeing up a hard drive bay), or it can act as a cache to complement the performance of an existing hard drive. Offering lightweight construction, inherent power savings, travel-worthy durability, and validation for Intel Smart Response technology, the Crucial m4 mSATA SSD packs powerful performance in a tiny mSATA form factor.
Here is a quick How To I put together for how to install a second SSD in the Lenovo Yoga.