Lenovo YOGA 700 delivers functionality without breaking the bank

lenovo-yoga-700I am quite sure that I am not alone when it comes to working with a Lenovo notebook, citing that it has a rather solid hinge. After all, I am still using one of the pioneering Lenovo YOGA models that have a hinge which can turn the laptop into four different modes, and until now, have not had any issue with the hinge at all – it still feels rock solid after all these years. How about upgrading to something newer, and yet you would not like to break the bank to pick up something in the same vein as that of the Lenovo YOGA 900? Fret not, Lenovo has got your back with the recently announced Lenovo YOGA 700 that delivers more options when it comes to performance and portability.

For starters, there are two models to choose from – depending on your needs as well as circumstances. There is the 11” YOGA 700 that was specially designed for avid travelers needing a thin and light laptop, while the larger sized 14” YOGA 700 will be able to offer fast productivity to users thanks to having the ability to carry the most recent Intel 6th Gen Core i7 processor alongside an optional NVIDIA GeForce 940M graphics card.

Regardless of which particular model that you decide to settle for, both of them will feature Windows 10 as the operating system of choice, where they deliver premium multimedia features such as a standard Full HD IPS display for crisp visuals and solid-state drive (SSD) storage for fast, reliable performance. The extremely portable 11” YOGA 700 will tip the scales at 1.1kg and measures 15.8mm thin, where it has up to 7 hours of battery life, and will work equally well whether it is in stand mode, in tent mode, or in tablet mode – apart from being a laptop, of course. The vibrant 10-point multitouch Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS display with Dolby DS1.0 Home Theater certified stereo speakers will definitely benefit all of your multimedia freaks out there, and interested folks can look forward to the 11” and 14” Lenovo YOGA 700 convertible laptops from $649 and $799, respectively.

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