Lenovo launches four new Yoga laptops and a tablet
February 21, 2016 - Uncategorized
BARCELONA — Sandwiched between major smartphone announcements from LG and Samsung, Lenovo is coming out guns blazing at the Mobile World Congress this year, updating a big part of its Yoga lineup, and launching a new ideapad tablet for good measure.
There are four new Yoga devices, all in all: Lenovo Yoga 710 11”, Yoga 710 14”, Yoga 510 14” and Yoga 510 15” (note: the latter two will be called Flex 4 in the U.S.).
The new devices bring a number of improvements compared to their predecessors in the Yoga lineup, namely Yoga 700 and 500 (or Flex 3 in the U.S.).
The 11-inch variant of the Yoga 710 weighs only 1.07kg, has 8 hours of battery life (a 14% improvement over the last version, Lenovo claims), and a Core m5 processor as an option. Its bigger, 14-inch brother has the same battery life, a more powerful Intel Core i7 processor, an SSD with up to 256GB of storage space and optional Nvidia GeForce graphics.
The Yoga 510 14- and 15-inch laptops weigh 1.75kg and 2.08kg, respectively, and come with Intel Core i7 processors with optional AMD Radeon graphics. Read more…