Lenovo’s Yoga 920 convertible laptop takes on Microsoft’s Surface
Back in 2016, Lenovo announced the Yoga 910, the world’s thinnest Intel Core I convertible laptop. Now, the company plans to announce its successor, the Lenovo Yoga 920.
Lenovo Yoga 920 leaked specs
The Yoga 920 will sport the same design as the Yoga 910 with a 13.9-inch 4K display along with full HD. The device will feature a fingerprint scanner with support for Windows Hello enclosed in an aluminum magnesium alloy case with a rubberized inlay as well. The device will maintain the Yoga convertible series’ signature watchband hinge and flexible usage variants. This will enable users to type in laptop mode, browse in tablet mode, watch videos in tent mode and deliver presentations in stand mode.
The Yoga 920 will be powered by the upcoming Intel 8th Gen Coffee Lake processors. These are manufactured on Intel’s 3rd generation enhanced 14nm++ process and be more power efficient.
Intel said these processors will offer up to 30% more performance in comparison with 7th generation processors. You will be able to configure the Yoga 920 to have either an Intel Core i5 or an i7 processor.
The Lenovo Yoga 920 will also come with an active pen support with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity along with a natural pen and paper experience when you sketch. The Active Pen 2 will sport a top button and two built-in side buttons that will be used for self-configuration.
The new keyboard fixed the major concerns that came with the Yoga 910 (the split enter key and the small right shift key) and will have a comfortable design.
The webcam will be placed at the top rather at the bottom of the screen and will probably be Windows Hello ready.
The Lenovo Yoga 910 is likely to be a very stylish laptop and its successor should also be the same high quality.
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