Lenovo Launches New Yoga Devices With AI-powered Privacy Features

Lenovo Yoga A940 AIO wants to be the Surface Studio, sort of

Lenovo Yoga A940 AIO wants to be the Surface Studio, sort of

It's the Lenovo Yoga S940, Yoga C730 with AMOLED, and the Yoga A940.

Aside from the beefier specs, the other standout highlight of the S940 is the new Contour Glass Lenovo is using that wraps around the display, adding an nearly iPhone 10 X-like display quality to the laptop.

Lenovo has announced a new device in their popular Lenovo Yoga 900 range. The screen bezels are extremely small, Lenovo is advertising a screen-to-body-ratio of 90 %.

Customers have the option between an FHD (1920 x 1080) display panel or 4K UHD (3849 x 2400) with brightness levels of up to 500 nits as well as outfitting the S940 with up to 16GB of LP DDR3 RAM, if necessary.

Lenovo's new desktop will be powered with up to 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processors, AMD Radeon RX 560 discrete graphics. Storage options include 256GB/512GB/1TB SSD. It features integrated Intel UHD 6320 graphics. Lenovo is upgrading the 15-inch 2-in-1 with a new 4K AMOLED display. It allows for digital artists and draftsmen to get even more precise control over their work, including adjusting the brush size, design and more while holding a digital pen in the other hand. Inside, you get an Intel 8th-gen Core i7 processor, up to 32GB of RAM and up to 2TB of onboard storage.

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The 27-inch QHD or optional higher resolution UHD touchscreen monitor is mounted on a dual-hinge stand that easily converts from a vertical monitor position to a 25-degree drafting table. Multimedia is blasting out of JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos and the battery is rated for up to 8 hours of usage.

The price of the Lenovo Yoga A940 (above) starts at $2,349.99 and will hit the shelves in March 2019.

Lenovo also revealed a 27-inch all-in-one desktop PC aimed at creatives, which offers an alternative to the iMac and Surface Studio 2. Speaking of drawing, the desktop supports Lenovo's Active Pen, which felt smooth and responsive as I made some sloppy doodles in Sketchbook. It weighs 14.6kg and it can be optionally configured to have five speakers.

The laptop also supports Lenovo's "Smart Assist" features including touch-less login with the IR camera, eye-tracking, auto-leveling software for audio, "Smart Voice", and more. It also includes a built-in wireless charging station.

There's also a new Lenovo Yoga Mouse (above) that will retail for $69.99 starting June 2019. Resolution is 1,600 DPI and connects via Bluetooth 4.0 or 2.4GHz Wireless USB. It has a twisting hinge design and contains a Laser beam when entering Presenter mode for easy pointing.

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