There are several iconic designs in the PC space that have spawned many competing clones, and Lenovo is the proud parent of one such design in the Lenovo Yoga. The 360° hinge and touch support proved to be one of the most useful convertible designs around, with an uncompromised laptop feel, but added versatility of tent, tablet, and stand modes. Today Lenovo is announcing a refresh of their consumer range of Yoga convertible laptops, with not only new internals, but also a new naming scheme.

Lenovo hasn’t released a full specification list for all of the models yet, but there will be both Intel and AMD models available. The AMD models will be based on the 4000-series Renoir platform, and since Intel has not formally announced their new Tiger Lake range of chips, the Intel models are only listed as “next-generation” Intel Core, but with Xe graphics and Thunderbolt 4 support, there is little doubt these will be based on Tiger Lake.

Lenovo Yoga 7i

The Lenovo Yoga 7i will be available in both 14 and 15-inch models with a 1920x1080 display with Dolby Vision, with the larger 15-inch model also offering VESA DisplayHDR 400. Lenovo has also managed to shrink the bezels by 20% compared to the outgoing Yoga C740, and there will be two color choices this year, with the traditional Slate Gray as well as a Dark Moss finish. Both units offer a color-matched backlit keyboard, with the larger 15-inch version also squeezing in a number pad.

The 7i features Intel processing, with up to 16 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 1 TB of SSD storage. There are two Thunderbolt 4 ports as well for high-speed expansion. Despite the bezels shrinking, Lenovo has managed to increase the battery capacity to 71 Wh, which gives a rated battery life of 13 hours on the 15.6-inch model, and 16 hours on the 14-inch laptop. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 round out the connectivity.

For sign-in Lenovo offers a fingerprint reader, and to get to the sign-in quicker, there’s now an instant-boot when the laptop lid is opened. For those that need a stylus, Lenovo supports an active pen as well.

Despite all of the tech, the new Yoga 7i starts at only $849.99, with the larger model starting at $799. Availability is expected in November.

Lenovo Yoga 6

Lenovo’s much-anticipated AMD powered Yoga is the Yoga 6, which can be outfitted with up to an AMD Ryzen 7 4700U processor, 16 GB of DDR4 RAM, and up to 1 TB of SSD storage and Wi-Fi 6. The 13.3-inch laptop weighs in at just 2.9 lbs and offers a 300-nit 1920x1080 display. With the included 60-Wh battery, Lenovo rates the Yoga 6 at a very impressive 18 hours of battery life.

The design of the Yoga 6 is very interesting though, with an “Abyss Blue” color and a very sharp looking fabric lid. It’s a great looking notebook that easily stands out from the crowd.

Lenovo also includes a fingerprint reader, webcam shutter, and the Yoga 6 can also be used with a digital pen.

The Lenovo Yoga 6 will be available starting in October, starting at $699.99.

Source: Lenovo

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  • Mobile-Dom - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    oooh gimme that denim looking one
  • ikjadoon - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    I known I'll hate it for wear/tear, but damn, does it look amaizng.
  • ikjadoon - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    *amazing. I was so amazed, I could barely type!
  • Krysto - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    Looks like Intel's 4-core Tiger Lake CPU has terrible idle power management compared to Renoir. No wonder they need the Atom cores in their CPUs. It doesn't look like the *Cove micro-architecture is particularly efficient, to say the least.
  • patel21 - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    I really hope Yoga 6 has upgradeable RAM, I could swap in 32GB RAM, and call it a day on my mobile workstation needs.
  • RevAero - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    More and more and more announcements, and I still can't order a Thinkpad L14 (AMD)
  • TechAd - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    Beware new folks who are planning to buy this product. I wish I could sue Lenovo CEO and their sales team for this Yoga product. I bought Yoga 730 (15 inch) March 2019 when I spent $1300 out of my limited student budget. Here is the dark side of this product: It had high fan noise (pls google to see tons on complaint) from very first day and still has the same problem. Most importantly it shows blur/unclear windows every times i starts the machine...I am having this blur windows problem since Feb 2020. Just in a year!!!! Pls also see in google the lawsuit against Lenovo Yoga related to this blur issue.
    I contacted their customer care several times but they refused to give any services. I cant think of company with good reputation but sells that kind of product and ripped off customers. As i mentioned, Had I ability I would sue thus company's CEO and sales team related to Yoga brand...such a worst laptop i bought ever. And never ever Lenovo....probably, I will do more against this brand if the chance comes. So pls google before buying yoga....I wish I could the this company is going to the hell or totally out of market ( like Nokia)
  • Smell This - Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - link

    Is it me, or is this some of the ___ Worst. Propaganda. Ever. ??
  • Spunjji - Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - link

    Yeah it's pretty desperate. Sad to see it.
  • NomanchesBohr - Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - link

    The key word is "STARTS AT". AMD remains cheaper and power at least very similar if not superior.

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