IFA 2017: Lenovo shows the new Yoga 920

Lenovo zeigt das Yoga 920


Lenovo is using the IFA traditionally to introduce new yoga-convertibles, so also 2017: The Yoga 920 is already available from September, for a starting price of 1,600 euros.

At the principle Yoga does not change Lenovo this year. The devices have a 13.9 “display, are equipped with a touch screen, the resolution can be configured up to 4K as processors comes the Intel i-series of the eighth generation, the speakers work with Dolby Atmos, the battery is supposed to as the usual yoga devices, the display folds completely and brings the device into the Tablet mode.Then the Active Pen of Lenovo is particularly good use, which of course is designed for Windows Ink and 4,096 The weight of yoga: 1.3 kilos.

What’s new is that Cortana, the Windows language support can be used even when the yoga is closed. From a distance of up to four meters, Cortana can be addressed and tasks performed. However, this is possible only after installing the Windows Fall Creator Update, which is expected in the middle of October.

In addition, the Yoga 920 will feature two limited editions in the Star Wars design, in the colors of the Rebel Alliance and the Empire. So bright and dark. For these editions, Lenovo uses Gorilla Glass on the front, the back of which is printed. With great scratches is hopefully not to be expected. The Star Wars computers are to be available in December in limited quantities and cost 1,800 euros. What configuration you buy for this price, is not clear at the moment. But for that, there are other designs with the glass front as well. Lenovo calls these computers “Yoga 920 Vibes” and has left in the selection of motifs to the taste of a jury, the designs are from a Milanese school for design. These devices are to be delivered from October, also for 1.800 euros.



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