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Lenovo Yoga 920  (Source: Lenovo)
The new Lenovo Yoga 920 is speculated to debut sometime in September and feature major improvements on the 910 model.

This new offering by Lenovo will feature Intel's newest big processor generation, codenamed Coffee Lake. This notebook can be configured with one of two options, the quad-core Intel Core i7-8550U at 1.8GHz or the quad-core Intel Core i5-8250U at 1.6GHz. RAM options will consist of 8GB, 12GB or 16GB and storage will consist of up to 1TB of SSD.

The case is made of an aluminum magnesium alloy with a rubberized inlay. Yoga 920 retains the heralded Yoga convertible series’ signature watchband hinge which provides flexible usage modes.  You can type in laptop mode, present in stand mode, watch videos in tent mode or browse in tablet mode.

The screen is close to bezel-less and comes in at 13.9-inches. There is a web cam at the top with may support for facial recognition.  There is also a fingerprint sensor with full support for Windows Hello.  We should also see support for 1080P HD and 4K resolution.  

Students will love the supported Lenovo Active Pen 2 stylus. The Active Pen 2 is the first Wacom ActiveES Gen 13 pen to hit the market. Active Pen 2 has an impressive 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity for precise writing and drawing experiences that are very similar to writing on actual paper.

It rumors hold true, we could see the Yoga 920 unveiled as soon as IFA 2017 at the beginning of September.

The pricing of the Yoga 920 is expected to be around $1299.


 
 

Here are the SPECS:
Lenovo Yoga 920
Processor Intel Core i7-8550U quad-core 1.8GHz, Intel Core i5-8250U quad-core 1.6GHz
Operating System 8, 12 or 16GB of DDR4 memory
Display Screen: 13.9 "LGP or AUO
Memory 8/12/16GB DDR4
Storage SSD: M.2 PCIe x 4 Toshiba or Samsung M961 or SM961 256GB to 1TB
Ports 1 USB type A and 2 USB-C ports, 1 for charging.
Connectivity Qualcomm Atheros qcnfa344a WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1
Special Features §  Wacom (Lenovo Active Pen 2)
 





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