Lenovo Yoga 910
Lenovo is now presenting a completely different 2-in-1 laptop that has some dramatic makeover over the Yoga 900. The new Yoga 910 keeps the slim and unique-looking watchband hinge since the past couple of generations of consumer Yoga hybrids. This has the ability to fold its 360-degree hinge into a kiosk or stand mode. And even all the way back into a big-screen Windows 10 tablet.
The Yoga 910 is now designed with an improvement to the previous versions. It includes slimmer chassis, larger 13.9-inch UHD screen, smaller bezels and revamped keyboard layout. It features with the Intel’s newly announced Intel 7th generation processors. All the improvements made it the best hybrid device but a little more expensive.
Lenovo claims the yoga 910 as the world’s thinnest convertible laptop. This new hybrid has a new sleeker and sharper styling rather than the slightly curvy frame of the previous version. It is designed with 14.3mm thick (0.56 inches) i.e., 0.6mm (0.02 inches) thinner than the Yoga 900. One of the most comfortable aspects of the Yoga 900 was the leatherette interior. And now it has replaced it with a cold aluminum sheet in the Yoga 910. It has a built-in USB-C standard port for changing the device. The Yoga 910 can also be turned to a free-stand tent mode.
Screen and Display :
The display panel size has bumped up to 13.9-inches and a new 4K resolution without increasing the size of the chassis. In fact, this laptop features some of the thinnest bezels we’ve ever seen on any of the Lenovo devices.
Thanks to slimming down the bezels along the top and sides while moving the webcam to the sizable chin beneath the screen. It effectively uses the same Infinity Screen layout that was first introduced by Dell. The only real discernable difference is Lenovo has placed the webcam in the center of the screen rather than off to the left. The screen is helpful for creatives looking to capture photos and to edit videos. The basic 1080p version looks fairly decent for photos and video editing. The Yoga 910 uses its clever convertible abilities to avoid displaying a humble view during video calls.
Fingerprint Scanner :
The Lenovo has added a fingerprint scanner to the Yoga 910. It sits to the bottom-right side of the keypad. It can be used to unlock the laptop. It can be used as an alternative to the usual passwords if it is highly accurate and speedy.
Keyboard and Trackpad :
The Keyboard is redesigned which eliminates the right-hand shortcut keys to get in the way to hit the enter key. About the trackpad, it is slightly larger than the one in the Yoga 900. The increased trackpad size also helped to make navigating Windows 10’s menus easier. There is no any other significant changes to the keyboard and the touchpad. Anyway, this doesn’t lack the design of the Yoga 910.
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