Lenovo says it has released a new range of Yoga devices including its Yoga 910 convertible laptop to bolstered its continued push in the PC market.
Lenovo says its Yoga Book is the world’s thinnest and lightest laptop measuring at 9.6mm closed and weighing in at 690 grams.
Among other features, the Lenovo Yoga 910 also has a halo keyboard feature that learns and adapts to the typing habits of users, thanks to its built-in prediction and artificial learning software. It also comes with a real-pen accessory to allow users to write and draw with pen and paper while digitising their notes and sketches and a 360-degree watchband hinge.
According to the device maker , the Lenovo Yoga 910 was built to meet up with the fast evolving lifestyles, workplace and digital demands of today’s PC consumers.
” Yoga products were built based on extensive user research and feedback and that is why each new Yoga range adds new technology, like the Yoga 910 fingerprint reader that simplifies PC log-in. Let’s check out the major features of the Yoga 910”, according to Lenovo.
The Yoga 910 features a 4K screen and also an option of full HD screen. Both options feature a near edgeless 5mm bezel display that offers 10 percent more screen area, a 14 percent increase in pixel density compared to the previous model for sharper, clearer images and 100 percent sRGB colour gamut coverage for users to see a wide range of colours when viewing photos and videos.
Lenovo also designed its Yoga 910 with an all-metal unibody casing in champagne gold, platinum silver and gunmetal colors for a luxurious look and portability no matter where users take it.
Paired with the sleek Yoga mouse (sold separately) that doubles as a remote control, the Yoga 910 puts high-end performance, portability and versatility into a thin and stylish 13.9-inch convertible laptop. Users can simply switch the laptop into tent mode and have it sit on its front edges to have a video camera that meets them at eye-level.
The Yoga 910 is also one of the most powerful convertibles around with up to Intel’s latest 7th genearation Core i7 processor. For many Yoga users, their convertible has become the primary platform for work and entertainment.
As customers demand more convenient authentication options, Lenovo says its Yoga 910 is embedded with an advanced fingerprint reader designed to bring mobile convenience and improved security to the PC.
With the touch of a finger, Lenovo says users can quickly log onto their PC using Windows Hello as no long passwords is required. Lenovo App Explorer also lets users personalise with popular apps, like Skype, Facebook or Netflix.
Lenovo’s latest ultra-thin convertible laptop packs a battery that offers up to 15.5 hours of battery, which Lenovo claims can let users work or watch movies for a long period of time without worrying about battery life.
Users’ entertainment needs are also considered as the Yoga 910 music and sound are enhanced with Dolby Audio Premium in addition to its long-lasting battery to give users the satisfaction they desire.