At the heart of the Yoga 910 are Intel’s new range of Kaby Lake processors. The convertible is available with up to a seventh generation Core i7 processor, which can be backed with up to 16GB of memory. Integrated Intel HD Graphics are all that you’re going to find in this machine, which is fine for the target audience. Storage options are plentiful, with Lenovo offering customers up to a 1TB PCIe SSD to handle all of your data needs.
As for the display, you have two options to choose from. You have a “run of the mill” 13.9-inch 1920x1080 IPS display, which comes as standard equipment. However, for those that don’t mind laying down some extra dough, a 4K (3840x2160) IPS display is available for you to drool over — both offer 100 percent sRGB color gamut coverage, and the display is mounted using Lenovo’s snazzy 360-degree watchband hinge.
Other features of the Yoga 910 include 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, one USB 3.0 port, one USB 3.0 Type-C port (with video out), one USB 2.0 Type-C port (with charging support), a 4-in-1 media reader, JBL speakers with Dolby Audio, backlit keyboard and integrated fingerprint reader with Windows Hello support.
Lenovo says that the Yoga 910 is good for up to 15.5 hours of battery life with the FHD display. However, selecting the 4K display option will trim runtimes to 10.5 hours. So not only will you pay dearly out of your wallet, but there’s a significant battery life hit when opting for the higher resolution display.
The Yoga 910 will be available in Champagne Gold, Platinum Silver and Gunmetal when it launches this October with a starting price of $1,299.