Lenovo Yoga 900 is the latest convertible notebook launched by the Chinese model is a top-of-range, with a beautiful design, display 13-inch high-resolution and Intel Skylake, available but not less than $ 1,199. But if you want something cheaper, Lenovo announced a new hybrid: its name is Yoga 700, is still based on a concept convertible notebook / tablet, with Intel Core sixth-generation (Skylake) but the base price of $ 599. In short, it is still a device devoted to portability and productivity, but targeted to users with smaller budgets.
Lenovo Yoga 700 is available in two sizes: there’s a 11.6-inch model, with a thickness of 15.8 mm and weight of 1.1Kg and a 14-inch with a thickness of 17.7 mm and 1.5 kg. The former is more oriented to portability, with about 7 hours of battery life out of the electrical outlet, and the second is devoted to productivity with a processor (up to) Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce 940M GPU. Both variants have some features in common, such as the IPS display Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) touch (10 contact points), at least 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (14 700 Yoga but is also available with 256GB of SSD space). The keyboards are backlit and the audio is managed by Dolby Home Theater DS1.0.
Best Buy seems to be the exclusive distributor in the US for the 11.6-inch model (at least at launch), which is sold in a version with dual-core Intel Core M3-6Y30 for $ 599 and a dual-core version with Core M5-6Y54 for 699 $. The 14-inch model of Lenovo Yoga 700 is always available in the list of Best Buy for $ 899, with a single version with 8GB of DDR3L RAM, 256GB of storage and Intel Core i5-6200U (Skylake). The prices on the shop Lenovo are more expensive at least 100 dollars.