Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga P40 review

Lenovo has once again bet on the versatility, portability and performance in their new Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga P40, which can be defined as a mobile workstation, but with the capacity of a desktop, with the peculiarity that can be used in several positions : tablet, stand, stand and portable.

Lenovo Convertible Yoga P40 2


This is the main card of the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga P40, which was initially designed to enhance the experience of digital drawing, while appropriate for professionals and individuals wishing to develop their creativity by drawing their ideas and giving them life, regardless of their are storyboards or destination is developing a new car.

This model is ready to work with the pen accurately, apart from having a touchscreen that integrates Wacom Active ES, which provides a pressure sensitivity levels of 2048 technology. Another advantage is the high resolution of 2560 x 1440.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga P40 workstation performance
Apart from these features, one of its distinguishing features is the driver developed by Lenovo for the user to have an experience that approximates the paper and more comfortable.

And, in the news, there is the possibility offered first to incorporate the Lift ‘n Lock Lenovo keyboard, which has the distinction of automatically rise from around the keys when the device is switched to tablet mode with to make work more comfortable.

And, based on strictly technical data, P40 Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga stands by the NVIDIA Quadro M500M with 2GB VRAM and Intel Core i7 CPU sixth generation and up to 16 GB of RAM. SSD storage capacity is 512 GB.

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