Lenovo’s latest offering, the Yoga Home 900 display measures 27 inches from corner to corner. A tabletop PC, as it has been conceived as an all-in-one PC that the family can use together as a computer, then lay flat on a table and continue using in unison as a gaming and entertainment tablet.
Lenovo’s latest offering in the segment uses very good mid-range internal specifications, a fifth generation Intel Core i7 chipset and (optional) Nvidia GeForce 940A graphics. Connected to a battery good for three hours (when not plugged in and being used with its included wireless keyboard and mouse) and Windows 10.
Joe Belfiore, Corporate vice president, Operating Systems Group, Microsoft Corp stated that, Windows 10 was intended to help people do great things, and Lenovo’s new YOGA PCs were built to maximize the operating system’s incredible features.
He added that, they worked closely behind the scenes with Lenovo to ensure its new PCs really brought to life the best of Windows 10, and they are enthusiastic to see clients’ reactions.
Lenovo’s Yoga Home is lighter than previous Lenovo tabletops and its AURA software and supporting apps are also upgraded to take advantage of Windows 10 and to make sure that the tablet is a fun family tool, paint, look at photographs, video call together or even play air hockey. For hitting the virtual puck, it will ship with air hockey mallets.
Lenovo’s Yoga Home 900 starting price will be set at $1500.
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