Lenovo Yoga 900 Review

Lenovo Yoga 900 a convertible with many successes

Lenovo seems to have heard the criticisms made, and those that made ​​the users-because the new Lenovo Yoga 900 corrects almost all the flaws of its predecessor and delivers a portable 2 in 1 convertible inheriting the best of Yoga and range and racing is an increasingly bitter struggle in this segment.

A design that highlights the hinge

Let’s start with the bad news. The Yoga 900 is heavier and thicker than its predecessor. It is, however, for very good reasons. Yoga Pro 3 is focused on thinness and weight as fundamental factors, but that was we met a team with a battery below the average and power also room for improvement.

These two factors have been fixed in the new Yoga 900, but this Lenovo engineers have not hesitated to slightly increase both the weight of the device which rises to 1.30 kg from 1.19 anterior- and thickness, reduced from 12.8 mm from Yoga Pro 3 to about 16 mm of this new model.

That makes the team is not exactly a “pen”, but still we have a good bet and a great balance of size, weight and performance. 900 Yoga design is similar to the previous model, with a magnesium alloy as the lead in the upper housing in which, yes, the brand “Yoga” appears more prominent than “Lenovo”. JBL speakers on either side of the team, as we saw offer excellent sound quality even when we put the notebook in tablet mode: a curious detail appears at the bottom. Continue Reading