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Lenovo Unveils New Yoga Convertible Laptops

Lenovo Unveils New Yoga Convertible Laptops

Lenovo has unveiled a range of devices at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, including its new Yoga 710 and 510 convertible laptops.

The Yoga 710 comes in 14″ and 11″ models, running Windows 10, and can flex into four modes, laptop, stand, tent and tablet, with the 14″ model powered by up to a 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor and the 11″ model running up to a 6th generation Intel Core m5 processor.

Both models come decked out with up to a 256 GB solid state drive, with the 14″ model coming with up to 8 GB DDR4 memory and sporting optional Nvidia GeForce GFX graphics, and the 11″ model up to 8 GB LP-DDR3 memory.

The 14″ model weighs in at 1.6 kg and the 11″ model at 1.04 kg, with both models providing up to eight hours of battery life and sporting full-HD displays.

Meanwhile, the Yoga 510, like the Yoga 710, offers laptop, stand, tent and tablet modes, while delivering up to 8.5 hours of battery life.

Weighing in at 1.75 kg for the 14″ model and 2.08 kg for the 15″ model, the Yoga 510 is powered by up to a 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor, with up to AMD Radeon R5 M430 2 GB graphics for the 14″ model and up to AMD Radeon R7 M460 2 GB graphics for the 15″ model.

The Yoga 510 sports up to 8 GB LP DDR4 memory and storage of up to 1 TB or up to a 256 GB solid state drive.

Lenovo has additionally taken the wraps of its ideapad MIIX 310 with optional 4G LTE, combining both a tablet and PC in one and sporting a detachable keyboard.

The 10″ full-HD display MIIX 310, running Windows 10, sports up to 64 GB eMMC storage and up to 4 GB DDR3L memory, and delivers up to 10 hours of

battery life.

“Today people get connected wherever and whenever they want across devices,” Johnson Jia, Lenovo PC Business Group senior vice president, commented.

“That’s why we’ve infused the Yoga 710 and 510 convertible laptops and ideapad MIIX 310 detachable tablet with the features needed to meet the most mobile users’ demands for productivity, entertainment and design by giving you PC productivity.”

 

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