Lenovo Unveils Yoga 900 Convertible Laptop

/ 3 years ago

yoga 900

Lenovo has announced the Yoga 900 which is officially the word’s thinnest Intel Core i-series convertible laptop and features a gorgeous watchband hinge. This 13.3-inch device opts for a 3200×1800 IPS display with wide viewing angles and impeccable colour reproduction. Additionally, the JBL speakers offer superb sound quality despite the Yoga’s ultra-thin 14.9mm frame. On another note, the Yoga 900 contains 50 percent improved battery density compared to the previous generation and provides up to nine hours of local video playback. As a result, the portable design and hefty battery makes it the perfect choice for watching films on long flights.

The Yoga 900 also incorporates an incredibly high specification including a Samsung SSD and memory capacity up to 16GB. Lenovo even improved the cooling system by a substantial 30 percent which enhances the user-experience. There are many high-end options on the market to suit business customers who require a portable device, but the Lenovo 900 looks the most impressive.

In terms of pricing, the base model costs $1,199.99 and comes in a variety of colours. This includes clementine orange, platinum silver and champagne gold. From an aesthetics standpoint, the Yoga 900 is beautiful and I would love to have one to use during press conferences. Although, it is well out of my price-range.

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