Lenovo Yoga C930 is a further portable that we deal with in an evening full of news from IFA 2018. You can not say that Lenovo went to the savings, in fact, given that each device presented is strongly characterized and able to leave its mark – at least on paper – for one reason or another. If with the Yoga C630 WOS the company has opened the door to a new generation of Windows 10 laptops and with Yoga Book C930 it is back to focus strongly on an innovative layout, with the Yoga C930 the manufacturer aims to make a 2-in convertible -1 premium band, powerful and very well taken care of from a multimedia point of view.
One of the constructive elements to hit the most is, in fact, the rotating speaker – a sort of ”mini soundbar” – which is housed in the device hinge and compatible with Dolby Atmos to provide quality sound, in combination with the other two speakers positioned in the lower part of the body. The 13.9 “screen also supports Dolby Vision HDR and the capacitive stylus, which can be housed and reloaded into this compartment in the body ( for once, one might add observing the proposals of the competition.) There are no shortage microphones long reach that allows you to send voice commands to Cortana up to a distance of four meters.
Inside the body can find housing eight-generation Intel Core processors (i7-8550U or i5-8250U), up to 16GB of RAM and SSD PCIe up to 2TB. Also, the display can be configured with a UHD IPS or FHD IPS panel – in both cases, there is the touch interface and the aforementioned Dolby Vision support. On the connectivity front, there is the presence of 1 USB 3.1 port, 2 USB-C, 2×2 802.11 ac WiFi interface and Bluetooth 4.1. Closes the picture maximum autonomy declared equal to 14.5 hours for the model with FHD display and 9 hours for the UHD. Dimensions and weight are respectively 322 x 227 x 14.5 mm (at the thinnest point) and 1.38 kilograms.
Lenovo Yoga C930 will be available in the Italian market from December with prices starting from €1,499
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