Lenovo Yoga 910 Upgrades Its Display, Does Away With Bezel Frame
The Windows 10-operated Lenovo Yoga series is getting some new design upgrades with the 910 releasing later this month.
Building on the metallic watchband-hinge design of previous Lenovo Yoga hybrids, allowing 360 movement for transformation into both a kiosk and a full-tablet touchscreen, the 910 is the same 13-inch size as previous models, and yet comes new with a near 14-inch screen. The reason? The Yoga 910 has done away with the thick bezel frame present on most laptop displays, allowing the already crisp OLED display to nearly fill the entire lid. Like luxury TV’s before it, Lenovo is embracing the reduction of bezel as the next step in improved device design, and is certainly ahead of the curve when it comes to other consumer laptops. The improved display can be upgraded to a 4K resolution, but you will pay for it in a reduced battery life that might not be worth the visual fidelity, according to a recent CNET review. You can grab the Lenovo Yoga 910 for $1,299.
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Lenovo has a few more products in the works. The latest will be the Miix 510, a detachable hybrid that can connect to keyboard dock, pulling inspiration from the Microsoft Surface. What makes it uniquely a Lenovo will be the continued use of a watchband-hinge, and under the hood the hybrid offers Intel’s sixth-generation Core i-series processors (up to a Core i7), optional LTE, and a 12.2-inch 1,920×1,200 display. The Miix will make its debut in the US this October, starting at $599.
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