Lenovo today at the Mobile World Congress 2018 announced two new Windows 10 convertible Laptops, Yoga 730 and Yoga 530. Both the devices come with Windows 10 out of the box.

The Yoga 730 comes with 13 and 15 inch display with eighth generation Intel i7 processor. The 13 inch model is expected to offer UHD Graphics 620 and will be weighed at 2.46 pounds. The 730 device comes with both Cortana and Alexa Digital Assistant’s Support which will help you in scheduling daily meetings, calendars and more.

The Yoga 730 comes with one USB 3.0 Type A port for the 13 inch variant and the 15 inch variant is expected to comes with one Type C port with HDMI and will be weighed at 4.16 pounds.

Both the 13 and 15 inch models comes with Active Pen 2 support and a fingerprint reader for Windows Hello integrated in the devices. The 13 inch device is expected to be havingĀ  16GB of RAM with 512 GB of Storage whereas 15 inch device will be sporting 16 GB RAM with 1 TB of storage.

Lenovo also unveiled another device Yoga 530 or Flex 14 which comes with an eighth generation Core i7 processor with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of Storage. The device is expected to sport a 14 inch Full HD display with Active Pen support.

The device weighs at 17.6mm which is lighter than its predecessor and include one USB 3.1 Type C port and 3.5 mm audio jack. Both the Yoga 730 13 inch and 15 inch are expected to be available in Iron Grey and Platinum Silver colors starting April 2018.

Yoga 730 is expected to be priced at $879.99 for the 13 inch variant and the 15 inch variant will be priced at $899.99. The Yoga 530 will be made available in Onyx Black which is to be priced at $599.99 and is expected to go on sale in April along with Yoga 730.

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