Lenovo Makes a Portable “All in One”

By Milos Pavlovic
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Lenovo has added several new products to its Yoga line of products. It has created the Yoga Home 900, a “portable all-in-one PC” and the Yoga 900 which is thinner and lighter than predecessors and is said to be the thinnest in its class at 14.9mm.

The Yoga 900 has a 13.3″ IPS LCD display with 3200 x 1800 resolution and supports Windows Continuum to allow operation in desktop or tablet mode. SSD support is up to 512GB and RAM can be installed up to 16GB. It is said to be quieter than the last model because of improved cooling.

The Yoga Home 900 is fitted with Core i7 processors up to 5th generation (so no Skylake) and and optional NVidia 940A graphics card. Battery life is 3 hours, which is less than dedicated mobile devices, but as Lenovo points out, three hours more than other desktop PCs.

Both products will cost €1,699 and will be available later, the Yoga 900 and the Home 900 in January.

Lower down the market, the Yoga 700 has an 11″ option at $649 and a 15″ at $799. Both have 10 point touch FullHD IPS displays. Skylake processors up to i7 are available and the 14″ version uses the Nvidia 940M for graphics. Features include a backlit-keyboard.

YOGA Home 900