Lenovo Yoga 900 13-inch convertible laptop with Intel Skylake inside
Lenovo has been developing some really exciting budget smartphones of late. To tap into the market created by Apple iPad Pro, Microsoft Surface Book and the Acer Aspire R 14, Chinese computer maker Lenovo has launched the Yoga 900, its latest convertible laptop. Lenovo Yoga 900, which works as a normal notebook, comes in an eye-catchy gold body and can convert into a tablet by swiveling the display around. Whether it looks exciting or swings around for ease of us, what really matters is the specifications inside.
Interestingly, the Yoga 900 runs Windows 10 and is powered by sixth-generation Intel Skylake Core i5 or i7 processor (depending on the model). Counting on more performance on lesser power with Skylake CPU, the laptop has a 13-inch Quad-HD display, features 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD.
Improving on the limitations of its predecessors, Yoga 900 has a spacious keyboard with a larger trackpad. Weighing at 2.8 pounds, Yoga 900 will offer 8 hours of battery backup, and have Continuum feature.
According to Lenovo, Yoga 900, which is still touted the thinnest convertible laptop at 14.9mm thick, will start at $1,200. To be available in gold, silver and orange colors, we don’t have a word on the laptop’s shipping date.