Offered in a housing of only 12.8 mm thick, reinforced with carbon fiber, Lenovo YOGA 900S was awarded with the title of the world’s thinnest convertible notebook.
Even though it only eights 999 grams, the new YOGA 900S offers up to 10.5 hrs of video playback, enough to keep you busy even on the longest journeys.
The netbook comes with Windows 10 operating system preinstalled and also the touch screen is fitted with a hinge that can rotate 360°, providing four using modes: laptop, tablet, tent and presentation. The QHD (2560×1440) screen resolution is accompanied by a Dolby Audio Premium system, complementing the visual experience with a superior sound quality.
The recently introduced in the YOGA family laptop includes optional support for an active stylus for artists and for those who take notes in Microsoft Edge browser to refine their drawings and lists on the touch screen.
The performance is maintained by an Intel Core M7 dual-core processor, made using 14 nm manufacturing technology and assisted by Hyper-Threading technology.
For the users who desire a more powerful portable device, the company offers the new Lenovo Y IdeeaPad Y900.
Designed to provide an experience that is immersive and seamless regardless of applications ran on it, teh IdeaPad Y900 has a sixth generation Intel Core i7 K-series, Nvidia GTX 980m, keyboard illuminated in several colors and a 17˝ screen, optimized for gamers.
Like all gaming laptops, it includes a Turbo button, which instantly increases processor frequency and pushes the video card, ensuring high performance and improved gaming experience.
The YOGA 900S laptop, with 12˝ QHD screen, can be purchased for $1,099 with a basic configuration setup starting March 2016. Lenovo IdeaPad Y900 gaming laptop can be purchased starting from June 2016 with a price starting at $1,999.