At the IFA show in Berlin, Lenovo just announced a new range of Windows 10 devices that are aimed at professionals and consumers. These laptops are designed to be easy to use, for productivity and creativity.

Lenovo Yoga Book C930

Lenovo unveiled the Yoga Book C930 that comes with two displays. One display panel is built with E Ink and it can become your keyboard, notepad and reader. The device runs Windows 10 and is 9.9 mm thin when closed, so you can take the Yoga Book C930 with you anywhere.

Lenovo Yoga C630 features a sleekly redesigned lightweight chassis which offers an amazing user experience.

Lenovo claims that the device can offer up to 10 hours of battery life in general use and it’s good enough for web browsing, video games and entertainment.

Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS

Lenovo with SD850

The Yoga C630 WOS is a Windows 10 on ARM device powered by a Snapdragon 850 processor. Lenovo calls it a lean, light and a device crafted from premium aluminium.

The Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS (Windows on Snapdragon) is a 2-in-1 convertible that offers 4.5G LTE Advanced Pro connectivity and up to 25+ hours of local video playback on a single charge.

It comes with a 13.3-inch FHD touchscreen display and powerful stereo speaker that makes it a portable entertainment hub.

Lenovo Yoga S730

The device featuring the premium aluminium and sleeker has just got better. Lenovo Yoga S730 which is the thinnest consumer clamshell laptop yet at 11.9 mm. But it still packs a lot in such a slim form factor: the latest Intel processing, FHD clarity and the immersive sound of the Dolby Atmos Speaker System.

  • It uses Intel Core i7 processor that ensures an increase in performance from previous generations.
  • It comes with 13.3-inch wide-angle display with razor-thin bezels.
  • You can keep moving everywhere thanks to the 10 hours of battery backup.

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