Lenovo announced the launch of two of their latest YOGA devices today.
The high end Yoga 900 has a convertible design which allows it to bend in many different angles thanks to the hinges connecting the display and keyboard. It’s equipped with a 13.3″ QHD display with a 3200x1800p resolution powered by a i7-6500U processor with the option of 8/16GB RAM. For storage purposes a 512GB SSD is present and the entire setup powered by a 66w battery. Running on Windows 10, the extremely sleek form factor is able to include many ports – USB Type-C, USB 3.0 compatible,microSD reader and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Available in Champagne Gold at a price of Rs. 1,22,090, the device will be sold in Croma stores, select Lenovo exclusive stores and the official Lenovo online store.
Encased in metal finishing, the YOGA Tab 3 Pro is being marketed by Lenovo as “the world’s smallest home theatre”. The 10.1” QHD display runs at a resolution of 2560x1600p (rendering at 299ppi) housing an Intel Atom X5-Z85000 paired with 2GB RAM. It includes 32GB in-built storage expandable upto 128GB via microSD. It also doubles as a projector and is 180-degree rotatable beaming images onto a wall or ceiling. The inbuilt JBL soundbar incorporates Dolby Atmos technology – a first for any tablet.
The device is powered by a 10200mAh battery offering upto 18 hours of usage. The Tab 3 Pro costs Rs. 39,990 and will officially be sold only on Flipkart.