Lenovo the the famous tech. score once again with Yoga 900 laptop. At the point when Lenovo initially revealed its pivot like outline with the Yoga 3 Pro premium tablet in mid 2015, it won the war similarly as adaptability went. Be that as it may, does it just look great or does it work great too?


Processor: A lot of common upgrades in the Yoga 900 include 64-bit dual core Intel processors based on the latest Skylake architecture. There are multiple processor options available, but our review model came with the top-of-the-line Intel Core i7-6500U processor clocked at 2.5GHZ with Intel 520 integrated GPU and 4MB cache.

Performance: There are impressed with the Core i7-6200U CPU, Intel 520 GPU and the 8GB RAM combo. In fact, one should be able to play several of mid-range PC games (We tried the Yaiba: Ninza Gaiden Z, and it ran smoothly at 1080p) at this configuration.


Connectivity: Lenovo has been generous when it comes to connectivity on the Yoga 900. Despite its slim form, it has managed to fit in a 4-in-1 card reader, a USB 2.0 port (which also doubles as DC IN to recharge the device), two Type-A USB 3.0 ports and a type-C USB 3.0 port. There is no HDMI port on the device; however, one can use the type-C port to connect a second display.


Display and design: This new device Yoga 900 features a 13.3-inch QHD (3200×1800) IPS glossy display with multi-touch, which is great to work with.  The 360-degree hinge-design offers flexibility as well as a solid build. Despite having an all-metal exterior, the device is non-slippery. The interiors are made of plastic with a smooth dotted texture around the edges that adds to the grip.

Battery: an important and major upgrade that Lenovo has brought up in the Yoga 900 is its battery. It comes with a 66WH battery, and lasts nearly 1.5-2 hours longer than the Yoga 3 Pro, depending on applications running in the background.

Multimedia: The device comes with a 720p front camera (at 30fps), which is decent for video chats. As for audio, it gets two JBL stereo speakers placed under the device with re-designed metallic grills.

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