How to upgrade your laptop with Lenovo Yoga laptop
Posted On July 21, 2021
Tech giants are offering laptops with an array of different configurations to help users switch between desktops and laptops.
Lenovo announced the Yoga 8 Pro laptop, which will ship with the new Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor.
Lenovo also unveiled its Yoga 8 Lite, a 13-inch laptop with a 1080p screen.
Lenovo Yoga laptops are priced starting at $1,299.
Lenovo is also offering the Yoga 7 Pro laptop for $999.
The Yoga 7 Lite will come with the Intel Core 2 Duo 6100 processor.
The Lenovo Yoga 7 Plus laptop will have a quad-core i7 processor and the Yoga 720 laptop will offer a quad Core i5 processor.
Both will be available in the US and Canada starting in March.
Lenovo’s new Yoga laptops have an integrated webcam, wireless charging and USB Type-C.
Lenovo says the new Yoga laptop has an Intel Core M3 processor, 64GB of RAM and Intel Iris Pro graphics.
It has a 13.3-inch screen, a 1080 x 1920 display, a USB Type C port and a keyboard with a matte finish.
The laptop has a 5.8-inch touch-screen display and a 10.1-megapixel rear camera.
Lenovo has a growing portfolio of Yoga laptops.
The company launched a laptop with an Intel Atom Z5170 processor, and last month it announced the new Lenovo Yoga Yoga 820 for $799.
Lenovo offers a range of Yoga-branded notebooks, including the Yoga 10 and Yoga 12 notebooks, the Yoga 12 Ultra, the YZ Yoga 10 Pro, and the Yz Yoga 13 Pro.
Lenovo, Lenovo Yoga, and other companies are launching more laptops with the same processor as the Yoga laptop.
Dell, Dell Yoga, HP, and Lenovo are also releasing new Yoga-style laptops with Intel Core m3 processors.