As expected, IFA 2016 has already seen a bunch of interesting launches. Yesterday, Lenovo unveiled a range of devices namely – Lenovo Yoga 910 Convertible Laptop, Yoga Tab 3 Plus, Yoga Book and Miix 510 Detachable laptop.
Lenovo Yoga 910 Convertible Laptop
The Yoga 910 is a convertible laptop which sports Intel’s latest 7th Gen Core i7 processor and 13.9 inch display making it powerful yet portable. For the display the company has given two options – 4K or Full HD. Both the variants has a near edge display (5mm bezel) that offers 10 percent more screen area, a 14 percent increase in pixel density and 100 percent sRGB colour gamut for better viewing experience.
Lenovo claims Yoga 910 to be world’s thinnest Intel Core i convertible. Besides, Lenovo has integrated the new Dolby Audio Premium technology which further enhances the media consumption experience. Additionally, the company has touted the new convertible to last up to 15.5 hours making it one of the few convertibles with such battery life. Interestingly, Lenovo has implemented an advanced fingerprint reader which will enable users to log in to their Lenovo Yoga 910 through Windows Hello.
It has a fingerprint reader can also be used on apps such as Skype, Facebook or Netflix. The company has also not compromised on the design with all-metal unibody casing coming in at Champagne Gold, Platinum Silver and Gunmetal colour variants. Being a convertible, the Yoga 910 comes in with various modes such as laptop mode, stand mode and tablet mode. As far as the pricing is concerned, the Yoga 910 will start at â‚¬1499 including VAT and will be available from October 2016 onwards.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus
The next device which Lenovo unveiled was the Yoga Tab 3 Plus which comes in with 10.1 inch 2K display having Technicolor Color Enhance, four front firing JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos three dimensional sound making it the perfect replacement of your TV. Interestingly, the Toga Tab 3 is IP51 certified making it water splash-proof. For flexibility in use, the Tab 3 has 4 modes of watching – stand, tilt, hold or hang. Another feature includes Lenovo Mediacast, through which users can stream audio via Bluetooth and video via Miracast from another device.
The device is powered by 9300 mAh smart power management battery which company claims can offer a battery life of up to 18 hours along with 24w fast charge. Starting November 2016, the Yoga Tab 3 Plus will sell at a price starting â‚¬299 including VAT.
Lenovo Yoga Book
Another device which was launched at Lenovo’s event at IFA 2016 was the Lenovo Yoga Book which is touted to be world’s thinnest and lightest 2-in1 tablet. Lenovo Yoga Book comes with an instant halo keyboard, dual-use stylus and productivity-driven Book UI ensuring ultimate tablet experience. Coming in at only 9.6mm of thickness, the Yoga Book only weighs at 690 grams. Lenovo claims that it managed to keep the 2-in-1 tablet so thin because of the instant halo keyboard which is all touch screen without any physical button. With this ergonomics, Lenovo still managed to put a battery which can last up to 15 hours and a watchband hinge that folds 360 degree.
Upfront, it sports a 10.1 inch IPS Full HD display coupled with high quality Dolby Atmos audio and 64GB of internal storage. Another feature that could be the selling point of this device is the dual-use stylus which can write both on paper and on the screen. Underneath the hood, Lenovo has given Intel Atom X5 processor with 4GB of RAM. By default it comes with Android 6.0 and Book UI on top but one can choose the Windows 10 variant as well. The Android variant will be available in Gold/Gunmetal at â‚¬499 and the Windows variant will be available in Carbon Black colour at â‚¬599 starting September 2016.
Lenovo Miix 510
Lastly, Lenovo announced a new detachable notebook – Lenovo Miix 510 which the company claims it to be perfect for both media consumption as well as office use. The Miix 510 is powered by a 6th gen Intel Core i7 processor. A 12.2 inch screen and a weight of 880 grams makes this detachable notebook from Lenovo extremely portable. Moreover, you get full version Windows 10 pre-installed with up to 1TB of SSD expansion.
It has a full-size touch screen and a keyboard that is backlit. It also comes with new Windows Ink functionality. Apart from a beautiful metallic design, it is easily adjustable up to 150-degrees. Enhancing the media consumption, the company claims that this notebook can last up to 7.5 hours with moderate usage and when not doing any office work one can simply detach it from the keyboard and use like a tablet. The Lenovo Miix 510 will start selling at â‚¬699 form October 2016.