Lenovo’s New Yoga Convertible Laptops Pack Remarkably Fast Graphics
Lenovo just recently launched its two new Yoga convertibles, namely Yoga 720 and yoga 520, at the Mobile World Congress 2017. Both the laptops have been designed and developed in direct response to user feedback. So the company is pretty confident about its specs and features across both models. It believes them to be spot on and the ideal computer companion for productivity, as well as media.
Outstanding Style & Flexibility.
The Yoga 720’s sleek aluminum design is available in both Platinum Silver and Iron Grey. At only 19 mm thick, it’s a perfect complement to an active lifestyle. The Yoga 720’s 360-degree hinge will help you to fluidly transform it into tablet mode for reading on the go, or tent mode for streaming videos. Like any other Yoga convertibles, the new 720 and 520 can be used in any of four modes, that is a laptop, tablet, tent and stand. Both are thinner and lighter than their respective 710 and 510 antecedent.
Core i7 Processors.
Lenovo is stimulating this range of Yoga 720 laptops with Intel’s latest 7th generation Core i7 processors, with up to 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of HDD storage or 512GB of SSD. It’s also adding in Windows Hello support, all thanks to a new fingerprint reader on both the 13-inch and 15-inch models. It’s quick to simply swipe and access Windows 10 without a password. But it’s still not as convenient as an infrared camera to let you scan your face. Maybe Lenovo wants to keep that kind of Windows Hello feature for its more premium laptops, until the components are smaller and cheaper.
Latest Intel Processors: The Yoga 720 delivers unparalleled power for a 15-inch convertible. It features the latest Intel processors with up to 1 TB PCIe SSD storage. With that you’ll enjoy lightning-fast boot-ups and transfer times. With up to 8 GB memory onboard and maximum 16 GB, you’ll be able to use more apps, larger programs and bigger files without having to slow down.
Windows 10 Home: Windows 10 Home combines the best of Windows with brand new features. It is designed to smoothly run your life.
Next-Generation Graphics: The Yoga 720 comes with a cutting-edge GTX1050 discrete graphics card that delivers stunning visuals. Watch multiple videos, play advanced games, edit photos—or do all these things at once, and you’ll still never miss a beat.
4K Ultra High Definition: Relish in vibrant color and detail with up to a 4K Ultra High Definition screen. It is edged on three sides with razor thin bezels that maximize your viewing experience. This will let you watch movies and video chat with a clarity that will make it feel like you’re actually present there.
Lenovo Active Pen: Sketch a portrait or send notes to friend, with the optional Lenovo Active Pen. The optional Lenovo Active Pen provides a natural, intuitive pen experience with pin-point accuracy, palm-rejection technology, and astonishing pressure sensitivity.
Immersive & Crystal-Clear Audio: Vitalize a room with your favorite song, or stay perfectly tuned on a conference call with JBL speakers with Dolby Audio Premium. It will dynamically adjust your sound to deliver enhanced bass and volume without distortion.
USB Ports: The Yoga 720 features two Type-C USB ports, one of which offers revolutionary Thunderbolt 3 support. It delivers lightning-fast connectivity and convenience, whether you’re charging, transferring files or want to connect your screen to a larger display.
Fingerprint Security: Organize your day with the Yoga 720’s fingerprint reader, which will keep your computer safe and secure. And with the support of Windows Hello, you’ll be able to make secure purchases at participating retailers with one touch of your finger.
Releasing Next Month.
Lenovo is planning to launch both the models in the month of April. The Yoga 720 comes with a price tag of $1,100.