Lenovo Yoga 920 Specs, Features, Price - The TechTroll

Monday, 12 February 2018

Lenovo Yoga 920 Specs, Features, Price

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Lenovo Yoga 920

In this world of vast technology usually people choose to be in a comfort zone, starting from a pin to a huge house you will never choose a thing which doesn’t makes you fell complete or better. PC’s, laptops, gaming instruments and many more it has been a fashion and competition all over. Lenovo launched a very stylish, attractive and expensive laptop the Yoga 3 Pro a few years back. It is one of the companies which has created something innovative thing like this than any other. So Lenovo is launching a brand new laptop the Yoga 920 which costs around Rs1,50,000 as a non-gaming laptop.

Whereas, the whole notebook is metal-bodied, and gives a rich and classy feel as you’d think. Lenovo has a new color, too, adding a bronze finish to the platinum silver and copper options. Luckily the hinge technology, you can rotate the display all the way around, 360-degrees.
As a notebook, there can be a lot to like in the Yoga 920. It’s smooth to hold around and comfortable to use. The keyboard is big and properly spaced, and even the arrow keys are not too complicated. The key are soft and has an excellent quality of touch considering how thin the frame of the device is. You could choose among two backlight levels, however, there is no automatic adjustment, there’s a little bit of flex inside the center of the keyboard which won’t affect your typing speed or accuracy. The track pad is pretty proportioned; there is even a fingerprint reader that works with windows what’s up for consumer authentication.

Inside, there is an up-gradation of the processors, though you still get Intel’s integrated graphics. 8GB or 16GB RAM configurations will be offered, along with up to 1TB of PCIe SSD storage. There is also WiFi 802.11ac 2×2 and Bluetooth 4.1. The display screen measures 13.9 inches and has a resolution of 3840×2160 (4K) which makes it incredibly sharp. It looks extremely good from all angles but is notably reflective. The pinnacle and aspect borders are pretty slender, but there may be a gap under the display. Lenovo thinks that people who are searching for laptops in this range of variety are only seeking out the pleasant, so that is the top spec. we’ve got Intel’s last launched 8th  Gen center i7-8550U “Kaby Lake Refresh” processor, with four bodily cores and Hyper-Threading. It runs at 1.8GHz while you are not doing anything heavy, and might faster up the entire manner to 4GHz with one center if necessary to complete responsibilities faster.

Lenovo makes use of Intel’s included UHD 620 images as opposed to a discrete GPU; this means that there is very little potential for gaming. The Yoga 920 has 2 JBL speakers in an effort to permit Dolby Atmos enhancement for headphones. Lenovo says that the four-cell Lithium polymer battery will supply 10.8 hours of battery lifestyles due to the 4K screen – the variants with complete-HD monitors can rise up to 15.5 hours, however, those are not to be had here. Lenovo has repeated what it managed with the Yoga 910, cramming a 13.9-inch display into compact chassis. In fact, a fraction has been trimmed off the dimensions this time round: the Yoga 920's dimensions are 323mm wide by 223.5mm deep by 13.95mm compared to the Yoga 910's 323mm x 224.5mm x 14.3mm. The 1.37kg Yoga 920 has also shaved 30g of weight from its 1.4kg predecessor.
Lenovo Active Pen

Lenovo ships its Active Pen 2 with the Lenovo Yoga 920. Now that Windows 10 supports Windows Ink, this seems like a sensible move, although some may feel they don't need a stylus and would prefer a lower price. Still, if you do want to work with the Active Pen 2, which supports 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, you'll find it satisfying to use. Sensible sketches can be drawn easily with a contrast and high level result. The holder for the Active Pen 2 stylus takes up the system's only full-size USB 3.0 port.

       Up to 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 U processor
Operating System
       Windows 10 Home
  • 13.9" UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS touchscreen
  • 13.9" FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS touchscreen

       Integrated Intel HD Graphics
       HD 720p
  • 8GB DDR4
  • 12GB DDR4
  • 16GB DDR4

  • 256 GB PCIe SSD
  • 512 GB PCIe SSD
  • 1 TB PCIe SSD

  • Dolby Atmos
  • 2 JBL Speakers

  • Up to 10.8 hours with UHD display
  • Up to 15.5 hours with FHD display
  • Based on testing with MobileMark 2014. Battery life varies significantly with settings, usage, & other factors

Input /Output Ports
  • 1 USB 3.0 With Always-on Charging
  • 2 USB C (Thunderbolt,PD,DP,USB3.0 Full Function)
  • Audio Jack

  • 802.11 a/c 2x2 WiFi
  • Bluetooth 4.1

      323mm x 223.5mm x  13.95mm/12.7”x8.8”x0.5”
      Starting at 1.37 kg / 3.0 lbs
      Fingerprint reader with Windows Hello
      Platinum with glass cover design

The Yoga 920’s starting price is Rs1,50,000. If you can live with a less-fashionable design and reduced battery life, the Yoga 720 is a worthwhile alternative for up to a few hundred less. But if you have the coin, the Yoga 920 is a high-end ride.
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