Those of you patiently waiting for the new Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible notebook to launch will be pleased to know that it is now available to purchase with systems priced from $1,050 upwards, rather than the $1,299 starting price point originally announced by Lenovo.
First unveiled during August 2016 the Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible systems are fitted with an Intel Kaby Lake processor and a unique 360 degree hinge allowing the system to be either used as a traditional laptop or a tablet when required, thanks to the inclusion of a 13.9 touchscreen display.
Options are also available to upgrade the touchscreen to support 4K Ultra HD, And the entry-level system is equipped with a Core i7-7500U Kaby Lake processor, a 1920 x 1080 pixel display, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. While the 4K version is available for $1280 and offers users a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Upgrade options are also available if your budget can stretch to install 16 GB of RAM or 1 TB of solid state drive (SSD) storage for $1,650. All prices mentioned are currently discounted so if you are looking to purchase be quick as the prices will increase by $150-$280 in the coming months depending on your required configurations.
Other features of the Lenovo Yoga 910 convertible notebook include PCIe solid state storage, 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1, Intel HD graphics, and a fingerprint reader, USB 3.0 USB 3.0 Type-C, USB 2.0 Type-C, and a headset jack and 48 Wh battery. For more details and full specifications of each system jump over to the official Lenovo website.
Source: LiliputingFiled Under: Laptops, Tablet News, Top News