It was tablets all the way for the Chinese electronic giant Lenovo at pre-IFA 2016 keynote event. Besides launching the Yoga Book with Halo keyboard, the company launched the Miix 510, the Yoga 910, and the Yoga Tab 3 Plus tablets.
Lenovo MiiX 510 hybrid laptop runs Windows 10 and is powered by the Intel’s 6th Gen SkyLake i7 processor and sports a 12.2-inch display with touch-input support. The detachable tablet sports a metallic chassis with an inbuilt kickstand that can flip up to 150-degree angle.
It comes with 1TB SSD storage, supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and is priced at $600, which roughly converts to Rs 40,000. The device’s battery can deliver up to 7.5 hours of usage time.
Lenovo Yoga 910 is being touted as the world’s thinnest Intel Core I convertible device. The Windows 10-based device is 14.3mm thin and is powered by the Intel’s 7th Gen SkyLake i7 processor. It comes in 4K resolution or full HD resolution display options with a minimal 5mm screen bezel. The laptop also incorporates Dolby Audio Premium to power its audio technology. It’s battery is said to deliver power for up to 15.5 hours. Other features include fingerprint sensor, Windows Hello and watchband hinge for better flexibility between the screen and the keyboard.
Boasting of a all-metal unibody casing, the tablet comes in Champagne Gold, Platinum Silver and Gunmetal colours and price starts at EUR 1499.
Yoga Tab 3 Plus, as per the company, “offers a high-quality audio and visual experience, total flexibility for different environments and a long-lasting battery.” The tablet features a 10.1-inch 2K resolution display with Technicolor Color Enhance technology along with Dolby Atmos audio technology with four front-facing speakers. The device can be used in four modes stand, tilt, hold or hang and packs 9300mAh battery with fast-charging technology. Yoga Tab 3 Plus’ price starts at EUR 299.
All three tablets will be available starting October-November this year.