Lenovo improves its flagship Windows laptop, introduces the Yoga Pro 3

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Lenovo improves its flagship Windows laptop, introduces Yoga Pro 3

Lenovo has announced a range of new devices today, of which one is Yoga 3 Pro. It’s the company’s latest addition to its convertible laptops line-up. Yoga 3 Pro comes with improved specifications, and a software that touts to make the experience more personalized for the users.

As for the technical specifications, the Yoga 3 Pro is 17 percent thinner than its predecessor, the Yoga 2 Pro. It sports a 13-inch display with QHD+ (3200×1800 pixels) screen resolution. Interestingly, the display is protected with Gorilla Glass to prevent any potential screen damages. It is powered by the all new Intel Core M processor, SSD with storage options going way up to 512GB, integrated graphics from Intel, and about 9 hours of battery life on a single charge. The signature JBL speakers with Waves Audi are also worth noticing. And of course, it runs on Windows 8.1. 

The second most interesting part is the Harmony software which as the company claims, adopts to users’ preferences when in different modes. For instance, if you are reading things on the device, it will automatically adjust the brightness and color temperature of the display, and offer touch capability in accordance with your mode choice.

The Yoga Pro 3 comes in three colors – Clementine Orange, Platinum Silver, and Champagne Gold. The Yoga 3 Pro will be available by the end of this month via Lenovo’s official stores and Best Buy. The pricing starts at $1,199.