Lenovo has introduced its brand-new Lenovo Yoga C940 convertible laptop with a 15.6-inch display that is aimed at performance-driven users and creative users. With a large screen, the new hybrid notebook also has a discrete GeForce GTX GPU, a first in this product range.
Meanwhile, the addition of a discrete GPU, use of Intel’s 9th Generation Core processor with up to eight cores, and some other factors somewhat change positioning of the system enabling Lenovo to address demanding consumers and creative professionals who need CPU and GPU horsepower more than they need other features.
Lenovo Yoga C940 Review
The Lenovo Yoga C940 15.6-inch is based on Intel’s 9th Generation Core i7 or Core i9 processor with six or eight cores that are accompanied by NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1650. The system can be equipped with up to 16 GB of DDR4 memory as well as an up to 2 TB SSD.
Other features of the Yoga C940 15.6-inch are generally similar to its smaller brother, the C940 14-inch.
The convertible comes with a Dolby Atmos-supporting rotating soundbar, a far-field microphone array supporting Alexa, Wake on Voice and similar functionality, a fingerprint reader, and a webcam with Lenovo’s TrueBlock privacy shutter.
The 15.6-inch version of the Yoga C940 is 17.5 mm thick and weighs around 1.9 kilograms. The Full-HD version is rated for 12 hours of operation on one charge, whereas the Ultra-HD models are expected to work for 9 hours as claimed by the company.
Lenovo Yoga C940 Price
Lenovo plans to start sales of its Yoga C940 15.6-inch hybrid laptops this October 2019 at prices starting at $1700.
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