Both the Yoga C930 and the Yoga Book C930 will be available in Europe and some parts of the world in late September, at approximately Rs. 1, 20,000 and approximately Rs. 80,000.
Two of the previous criticisms levelled at the Yoga Book has been resounding addressed this time around: performance and storage.
The highlight is no doubt the innovative dual-screen Yoga Book C930.
The E Ink screen can also be used as a drawing board. That means there isn't data streaming or much power being used, apart from the screen itself.
A fingerprint reader on the Yoga C930's keyboard deck should make Windows sign-ins easier, and some versions of the laptop will include infrared sensors to let you log in using face recognition.
This new laptop is the first ThinkPad X1 in the 15-inch form factor and the first to come packing discrete graphics.
Unlike the Lenovo Yoga Book C630, this one is powered by an Intel Core processor as mentioned earlier. Featuring a sleek all-aluminium body, it's built for entertainment.
If the incredible battery life of the Qualcomm Snapdragon PCs intrigues you, you may want to look into the Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS, the first of the Lenovo Yoga series of convertible PCs to use the new Snapdragon 850 chip. Using it in laptop orientation drops the anticipated battery life to around 10 hours. The new notebook measures just 4.4mm at its thinnest point, or 9.9mm when closed. The laptop doesn't require a fan as it is powered by a Qualcomm chip. It is powered by Qualcomm's PC-optimized Snapdragon 850 with Adreno 630 GPU. Of course you can also use the E Ink screen as an eReader too. The device runs Windows 10 and boasts a 13-inch FHD IPS touchscreen which can be rotated at 360-degrees. A pen won't be offered in the box, but Lenovo sells it separately should you want more accurate touch input. The laptop is also integrated with a Snapdragon X20 LTE modem, which supports speeds of up to 1.2Gbps. The Chromebook has got about two USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 ports, one USB-A port, microSD card slot as well as a headphone or mic jack.
Lenovo says the Yoga S730 will go on sale in November, with a starting price of $999.99. This setup lets you rotate the device into laptop, tablet, and other modes.
For the second-quarter, the PC revenue for the Chinese company was up nearly 20% year-on-year. New products from Lenovo like the Yoga Book has helped the company to gain momentum. Despite the rebound in the PC sales, Lenovo has been working on diversifying its revenue stream with investments in the Internet of Things (IOT) segment. It offers the chance to interact with digital assistants like Cortana and Alexa, and there's a combination of Dolby Audio Premium and far field microphones for top notch conferencing.