Back in 2014 Lenovo has launched a new tablet, the Yoga Tab 2 Pro which comes with integrated projector in it, now company has launched the successor of the same, the Yoga Tab 3 Pro which comes with upgraded hardware and specs, along with larger battery, but company has decided to reduce the display size of the tablet from 13-inch to 10-inch, along with this company has also launched Yoga 900 hybrid convertible laptop.
Lenovo YOGA 900
Lenovo YOGA 900 is a convertible laptop which is equipped with Intel’s latest 6th gen Core™ i7 processor, along with 8 GB of RAM. The YOGA 900 provides flexibility with four usage modes (laptop, stand, tent, tablet), letting users work, watch or play games in different scenarios. Lenovo crafted the laptop with its recognizably different watchband hinge made of more than 800 intricately woven, individual pieces. The improved watchband hinge provides a noticeably smoother rotation – allowing users to flip and fold their YOGA 900 easily into different modes.
It has an improved battery life with 50 percent greater battery density (compared to the previous generation), allowing it to achieve up to nine hours of local video playback. The 34 cm QHD+ (3200×1800) IPS Display has a wide viewing angle that takes full advantage of the new Windows 10 and brings digital content to life in vibrant colors. To take your entertainment experiences to next level, it comes with JBL stereo speakers and Dolby Audio Premium for a powerful sound that is crisp and clear. Thanks to its distinct thermal solution and uniquely designed vent structure, it not only cools better but also stays quieter and cleaner.
It will be available at the price tag of Rs. 1,22,090, the hybrid convertible laptop will be available at Lenovo exclusive stores and Croma retail outlets.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3
Just like its predecessor, the USP of this tablet is its 180-degree rotatable projector which can beam life-sized images onto a wall or ceiling and project significantly brighter cinematic pictures. With its super bright 50 lumen output, you can project an image of up to 70” (178cm) on any wall or ceiling. To further enhance your experience, it includes four front-facing JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos equalizer.
When it comes to specs, it flaunts a 10.1-inch QHD (2560×1600) display with pixel density of 299ppi, under the hood, it is powered by Intel’s Atom x 5-Z8500 quad-core processor clocked at 2.24GHz along with 2GB of RAM, and it comes with 32GB of internal storage which can be further expandable up to 128 via microSD card.
When it comes to photographic front, it features a 13-megapixel autofocus rear camera and there is a 5-megapixel front facing camera as well, it houses a massive 10,200mAh battery, to which company claims to offer usage of up to 18 hours on full charge and you can use this tablet as power bank and charge your other devices, for connectivity, it supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and when it comes to software scenario, it runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop with Lenovo’s custom UI running on top.