Lenovo debuted today the Yoga 900 convertible, a model that packs a 13.3 inch screen and Windows 10. The device, in typical Lenovo Yoga fashion comes with several rotating setups, that can change the position of its screen and keyboard.
This model has a 13.3 inch 3200 x 1800 pixel display with an IPS panel that offers 300 nits of brightness. Inside we find Intel’s 6th gen processors, up to the Core i7 version, accompanied by up to 16 GB of DDR3L RAM and a 512 GB Samsung SSD tops. Acoustics are provided by JBL and there’s also 2X2 WiFi 802.11ac in the mix. Connectivity is fully covered, with Bluetooth 4.0, two USB Type-A 3.0 ports, as well as one USB Type-C 3.0 port with video out.
A 4 in 1 card reader made the cut too and all of that is crammed within a 1.29 kg package. The product runs Windows 10 Home and offers a 66 Whr battery, that should provide up to 9 hours of continuous video playback at 200 nits, or up to 10 hours of WiFi browsing. The convertible has 4 main functioning modes: laptop, tablet, tent and stand. The tent mode has been used by Lenovo before and it involves holding the device in the shape of an upside down V, with the screen and keyboard serving as the “legs” of the V.
Priced at $1,199, the Lenovo Yoga 900 comes in champagne gold, clementine orange and platinum silver.