yoga-900-1It looks like the Yoga 900 from Lenovo is another fully convertible Ultrabook that is on its way to set pulses racing, what with the kind of hardware specifications underneath the hood in addition to a strikingly clean design. According to German website WinFuture, it seems that the company has managed to tackle some pressing issues found on its predecessor, which is the Yoga 3 Pro, and these include on-board heat and battery life.


Apparently, the Lenovo Yoga 900 will run on the latest Skylake CPUs that hail from Intel, and these will be either the Core i7-6500U or i5-6200U. Interestingly enough, the leaked specifications list point to Broadwell-range CPUs. As for the integrated GPU, it will be able to do its bit to power a QHD+ (3200 x 1800) IPS screen, and those who are interested will be able to pick from either a 256GB or 512GB SSD with memory options that are available up to 16GB, now how about that for a portable powerhouse?


There is also a pumped up 66 Whr battery which should be able to make it significantly better than its predecessor, and that would translate to it being heavier and thicker – albeit a wee bit more in both aspects, tipping the scales at 1.29kg while measuring 14.9mm thick. There will be a solitary USB Type-C port, with a USB 2.0 port in tow. There is no word on pricing and availability just yet, but expect the Yoga 900 to be in Europe late next month from €1,299 onward.

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