Lenovo was extremely busy at CES 2016 and banked big on slim designs and gaming, as they unveiled 8 new devices within the YOGA family. The standout model is the Lenovo Yoga 900S, that’s the world’s slimmest convertible laptop.
This model uses a carbon fiber shell, runs Windows 10 and offers up to 10.5 hours of video playback. Its special hinge lets you rotate the device at up to 360 degrees, with 4 usage modes available, that I bet include tent, stand and tablet. This product packs a Quad HD screen, an Intel Core m7 processor and Dolby Audio Premium acoustics.
This laptop comes with support for an active stylus (optional), meant for artists, designers and students. Priced at $1099 this 12 incher is coming in March. The Y family from Lenovo includes 4 new models, focused on gaming. A standout is the Ideapad Y900, a gaming laptop with a turbo button, Intel Core i7 K Series chipset and Nvidia GTX 980M graphics, plus a 17 inch screen.
This one is priced at $1999 as a starting price and comes in June. Then Lenovo introduced the Ideacenter Y900 Razer Edition, made in partnership with Razer and a curved gaming monitor called Y27G Gaming. Finally, they unveiled the Ideapad 700 laptop, with a 15/17 inch diagonal, Core i7 Standard Voltage chipsets and Nvidia GTX 950M graphics, plus the IdeaPad 710S, a light and fast 13 incher weighing 1.16 kg and pacing 256 GB of SSD storage.
The latter two are priced starting at $799 and they’ll arrive this summer.