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Lenovo Launches the 27-inch Tablet Called Yoga Home 900; Here’s More About It

By Claudiu Sima

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In Lenovo’s portfolio we also have the Yoga line of tablets, range that starting today gets a new member, more precisely a huge slate called Yoga Home 900. This one, is basically an all-in-one desktop with 27 inch touchscreen display, device that packs some pretty great specs.

We have a 27 inch panel that offers a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, an Intel Core i5-5200U Broadwell processor, and a Nvidia GeForce 940 graphic card ready to run even some intense game titles. Next, there’s 256 GB of SSD. Yoga Home 900 also comes with a 2-megapixel camera, 2.5 watt stereo speakers, WiFi 802.11 a/c and Bluetooth connectivity.

 

Besides, we get 3x USB 3.0 ports, an SDXC card slot and a wireless mouse and keyboard. An HDMI port stands next to a headset jack next. This huge slate that weighs 7.52 kg supports Gigabit Ethernet connection with an USB adapter, if you really need to use it.

Yoga 900 Home can be bought from some retailers like BestBuy for a $1500 price tag.

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Lenovo Yoga 900: Core M ditched for full-fat Skylake, sensible keyboard returns

By Mark Walton

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It’s safe to say that Lenovo made a few, let’s say, less-than-ideal tweaks to its flagship Yoga ultrabook with the launch of the Yoga Pro 3. Sure, the overall sleek design and wonderfully over-engineered hinge remained highlights, but the switch to a slower Core M processor and the sacrilegious alteration of its keyboard made the Pro 3 something of a step down from its predecessor.

Rejoice then, ye Lenovo faithful, for the new Yoga 900 makes up for much of the Pro 3’s flaws. For starters, the Core M has been ditched in favour of a full-fat i5 or i7 Skylake processor, while the keyboard regains its dedicated function key row. It’ll come in three different configurations, starting with a £1199 Core i5 version with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SATA SSD. £1299 gets you the same spec with an i7, while £1399 bumps up the SATA SSD to 512GB. Sadly, there’s no option at all for a quicker PCIe-based SSD. Pricing starts at $1,199 (!) in the US, but PR wouldn’t tell us anything further.

All models come with the same non-replaceable 66Whr battery (up from 44Whr in the Pro 3, and good for around nine hours of battery life according to Lenovo), a 13.3-inch 3200×1800 (276 PPS) IPS touchscreen, Windows 10, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB Type-C port, a headphone jack, and an SD card reader. Lenovo’s also boasting that it features a 32 percent larger fan, and thus runs quieter than its predecessor.

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Lenovo Debuts Yoga 900 Convertible With 13.3 inch Screen, Windows 10 and Generous Resolution

By Radu Iorga

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Lenovo debuted today the Yoga 900 convertible, a model that packs a 13.3 inch screen and Windows 10. The device, in typical Lenovo Yoga fashion comes with several rotating setups, that can change the position of its screen and keyboard.

This model packs a 13.3 inch 3200 x 1800 pixel display with an IPS panel that offers 300 nits of brightness. Inside we find Intel’s 6th gen processors, up to the Core i7 version, accompanied by up to 16 GB of DDR3L RAM and a 512 GB Samsung SSD tops. Acoustics are provided by JBL and there’s also 2X2 WiFi 802.11ac Connectivity is fully covered, with Bluetooth 4.0, two USB Type-A 3.0 ports, as well as one USB Type-C 3.0 port with video out.

 

A 4 in 1 card reader made the cut too and all of that is crammed within a 1.29 kg package. The product runs Windows 10 Home and offers a 66 Whr battery, that should offer up to 9 hours of continuous video playback at 200 nits, or up to 10 hours of WiFi browsing. The convertible has 4 main functioning modes: laptop, tablet, tent and stand. The tent mode has been used before and it involves holding the device in the shave of a V, with the screen and keyboard serving as the “legs” of the V.

Priced at $1,199, the Lenovo Yoga 900 comes in champagne gold, clementine orange and platinum silver.

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Microsoft asks Lenovo to sell Surfaces, Lenovo says LOL no

By Peter Bright

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Microsoft announced last month that Dell and HP would soon be selling its Surface line of tablets. Redmond asked another big PC seller if it wanted in on this action, but that response was less positive.

Reported by The Register, Microsoft approached Lenovo more than a year ago to see if the world’s biggest PC seller wanted to sell Surface hardware. Lenovo president and COO Gianfranco Lanci said, “No I don’t see any reason why I should sell a product from within brackets, competition.”

Microsoft’s relationship with OEMs is undoubtedly more complex today than it was before the Surface line launched. What was once a software company that partnered with hardware firms is now also a hardware company that competes with them. Acer in particular was critical of Microsoft’s decision to launch the Surface, and the launch of the laptop-like Surface Book hasn’t helped matters. Asked about the Surface Book last week, Acer Chairman Jonney Shih said that the company was going to have to have a “serious talk” about Microsoft’s further encroachment into the hardware business.

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Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 Inch Slate Debuts With Android 5.1 in Tow, $262 Price Tag

By Radu Iorga

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Lenovo debuted this week the Yoga Tab 3 8 inch tablet in India, in the 4G LTE version priced at $262. This completes the new fall lineup, that also includes the Tab 2 A7-20. The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 was showcased at IFA 2015 and it’s now available in India for $262.

This 8 inch LTE model has an 8 inch IPS display and runs Android 5.1 from the box. It comes with Lenovo’s own AnyPen technology, allowing users to rely on basically any object as a stylus, be it pencil, fork or God knows what. The slate has inside the lower end-ish quad core Snapdragon 210 processor, clocked at 1.3 GHz, together with 1 GB of RAM and the Adreno 304 GPU.

Specs also include an 8 megapixel back shooter with 180 degree auto focus and this one is a rotating camera, that comes packaged with 16 GB of built in storage, that can be expanded via a microSD card. The slate also gets the backing of a 6200 mAh Li-Ion battery, providing up to 20 hours of usage and 95 days of standby time functioning. The Yoga Tab 3 8 inch also comes with Dolby acoustics and it also has a WiFi only version and a 10 inch variant, coming soon.

 

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