Lenovo unveils two new, powerful YOGA 900 devices, built with Windows 10 in mind

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The Lenovo YOGA 900 Convertible Laptop.

In San Francisco on Monday, Lenovo introduced two new members of its YOGA series of devices, both built with Windows 10 in mind: the YOGA 900 Convertible Laptop and YOGA Home 900 Portable All-in-One Desktop.

“Windows 10 was designed to help people do great things, and these new Lenovo YOGA devices were built to maximize Windows 10’s incredible features,” says Joe Belfiore, Microsoft corporate vice president for PC, Tablet and Phone. “We worked closely behind the scenes with Lenovo to ensure its new products really brought to life the best of Windows 10, and we’re excited to see customers’ reactions to these new YOGA PCs.”

The Lenovo YOGA 900 Convertible Laptop, with a 13.3-inch display, delivers powerful features in a stylish package – and is an incredibly thin Intel Core i7 convertible, weighing just over 3 pounds and measuring just over a half-inch thick. It is available in the U.S. starting Oct. 19 at $1,199, and it comes in three colors: clementine orange, platinum silver and champagne gold.

The Lenovo YOGA Home 900 Portable All-in-One Desktop, with a 27-inch display, is a full desktop computing experience that’s designed for portability, breaking away from the constraints of cords and desks. The YOGA Home 900 has an Intel Core i7 processor and an NVIDIA GeForce 940A video card, for desktop-caliber performance, productivity, entertainment and creativity – no matter where you are. It will be available in the U.S. at the end of October, with prices starting at $1,549.

To learn more, visit the Windows Experience Blog.

Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff

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