Computing giant Lenovo of ThinkPad fame has announced the launch of three new Yoga devices during its event in Singapore today. Catering to a wide variety of users with different backgrounds, Lenovo’s range of devices promise great flexibility in form and in function.
At the top of the pack is the Lenovo Yoga C930. Pen-enabled with seamless slot-in pen storage, the Yoga C930 brings the world’s first rotating sound bar to deliver knockout sound quality no matter which mode you use the device in. Be it in its regular laptop configuration or in tent, stand or tablet modes, the Lenovo Yoga C930 can deliver Dolby Atmos-quality audio at an optimal angle for an immersive content consumption experience.
At SGD 2,799, the base model includes the 8th Gen Intel i7 8850U processor, with 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a 512GB M2 NVME SSD. Graphics is provided by Intel UHD Graphics 620, with a 13.9-inch FHD IPS multI-touch display. IO is provided with two USB-C ports and one USB A 3.1 connections.
The SGD 1,999 Lenovo Yoga Book C930 is up next. Doubling up with a second e-ink screen where the keyboard is, the Yoga Book C930 supports inking on both surfaces. It comes with the Lenovo Bluetooth Active Pen worth S$99, along with two years of premiumcare warranty, USB-C to HDMI adapter and Samsonite 13” carrying case.
At SGD 1,999 also is the Yoga S730 – “S” for “Slim”, we’re told. Extending the Yoga branding to a wider range of laptops beyond its groundbreaking 360-degree hinged models, the S730’s Yoga Pedigree is evident with its rigorous stress-tests and Lenovo’s assurances of build quality and craftsmanship.
All aspects, from the display to the keyboard, enclosure to the hinge are tested in a battery of 10 tests. It features two thunderbolt USB-C ports and a USB-C 3.1 port for IO, with a large battery capacity of up to 12 hours.
At 1.1kg, the 13.3” Yoga S730 is the ideal companion for mobile professionals. The S730 has the 8th Gen Intel Core i7 8562U chipset on board, with 16GB of DDR3 RAM and a 512GB M2 NVME SSD.
It’s an integrated graphics model, but is still works well for media consumption with its FHD IPS glass display and Dolby Atmos speakers.
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