The 2-in-1 design is something of Lenovo’s forte. They’ve been adept at finding a niche in the market, and are capitalizing on their expertise in creating quality multi-use devices. At MWC this year they’ve revealed two new additions to their Yoga line of laptops; the Yoga 720 and the less expensive Yoga 520.
New Yoga models means more options
We are already impressed with the updated Yoga 910, though it is a bit on the expensive side for most. These new models fill out the entire range, from top to bottom with the functionality and durability you’d expect from Lenovo. The Yoga 720 will come in two flavors with three different colors. both the Yoga 720, 13 and 15-inch, and the Yoga 520, in both 14-inch and 15-inch guise, include up to the latest 7th Generation Kaby Lake Core i7 processors. The 15-inch Yoga 720 adds even more versatility by offering an NVIDIA GTX 1050 GPU. Both Yoga 720’s are available with up to a 4K resolution screen while the Yoga 520 in all sizes will have a full HD screen available to it.
the new 13-inch Yoga 720 13 percent lighter and 17 percent thinner than before at 14.3mm and 1.3kg, while its younger sibling Yoga 520 is also thinner and lighter than before at just 19.9mm and 1.74kg. But even after shedding weight, the new Yoga convertibles don’t trade off portability with long battery life. To help with usability and allowing these devices to be more useful, the new Yoga 720 and Yoga 520 both offer optional active pen support so you may use it for notes utilizing built-in Windows handwriting recognition.
13-inch Yoga 720
15-inch Yoga 720