New Delhi: Chinese technology major Lenovo on Monday announced the launch of its YOGA 900 laptop — which it claims to be the world’s thinnest Intel Core i convertible laptop — and a sleek YOGA Tab 3 Pro.
Equipped with Intel’s latest 6th generation Core i7 processor, the Lenovo YOGA 900 is only 1.49 cm thick and weighs 1.29 kg. The device is powered by double RAM capacity of 8GB.
It has been designed to provide flexibility with four usage modes (laptop, stand, tent, tablet), letting users work, watch or play games in different scenarios.
Priced at Rs.1,22,090, the YOGA 900 laptop will be exclusively available at Croma outlets across India, select Lenovo exclusive stores and the official Lenovo online store.
“Over the years, we have consistently invested, nurtured and built YOGA as a benchmark for mobility, versatility and personal entertainment. This ultra-thin and light device is packed with top of the line features making it the right choice for those who are on the move,” said Bhaskar Choudhuri, director-marketing, Lenovo India, in a statement.
YOGA Tab 3 Pro flaunts a better optimised projector placement which is 180-degree rotatable and can beam life-sized images onto a wall or ceiling and project significantly brighter cinematic pictures.
At 299 pixels per inch, the onboard 26 cm QHD (2560×1600) screen is considerably sharper, and renders richer colours with its Smart Display technology.
This device is priced at Rs.39,990 and will be available on online e-tailer Flipkart.
First Published | 8 February 2016 5:35 PM