Just like it happens every year, Lenovo brought its A game to IFA 2016 and unveiled a series of tablets, notebooks and such. One is the Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible laptop, that can now be ordered in USA, starting at a price of $1199. This device is the follow-up to the Yoga 900 convertible laptop and brings a 13.9 inch 4K display.


It also has a new keyboard design, bigger trackpad and a fingerprint scanner with support for Windows Hello. The product is encased within an aluminum-magnesium alloy case, with a rubberized inlay. Yoga 910 can be configured with the latest Intel Core i5 and i7 CPUs, it relies on Windows 10 and its battery is supposed to offer up to 15.5 hours of juice.


Music and sound get enhanced via Dolby Audio Premium and the all metal unibody case comes in champagne gold, platinum silver or gunmetal. We’ve also got a signature watchband hinge, that enables flexible use modes, like a laptop mode, stand mode and tent mode, plus of course tablet mode. The product can be ordered from Lenovo.com and an 8 GB RAM Core i7 version with 256 GB SSD goes for $1429.

A 16 GB RAM model with 1 TB SSD is $1799. Other shops have it starting at $1199.