Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro launched with Intel Core M-5Y70 Broadwell CPU; offers 9 hours of battery life
As expected, Lenovo has taken the wrap off its newest in Yoga line, Yoga 3 Pro. The new convertible notebook measures half an inch thick and weighs in 2.6 pounds.
The new Yoga 3 Pro is the thinnest and lightest to date and has a aluminum body with Intel’s low-power processor which generates less heat allowing to make it even thinner.
Spec-wise, Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro packs an Intel Core M-5Y70 broadwell processor, 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of solid state storage.
Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro boasts a 13.3 inch, 3200 x 1800 pixel IPS display and a battery that can last up to 9 hours.
The new notebooks as usual comes with Windows software, and a screen that can be pushed back to back of the keyboard, so you can use the laptop like a tablet.
Connectivity includes micro HDMI output, WiFi, Bluetooth and 2 USB 3.0 ports. The convertible notebook also has 4 speakers.
The company has also added a new software suite called Harmony which as name suggests work in harmony with the device and automatically recommends apps depending on the mode you use the Yoga 3 Pro. The app setting can also be customized.
The device will be available in silver and orange as well as new addition of Champagne Gold. However, the hinge will be silver on all models.
Pricing for the Yoga 3 Pro is $1,349 while release date is yet to be revealed but should be released soon. According to Lenovo, the Yoga 3 Pro will be a Best Buy exclusive with fixed configuration in the USA.
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