As per Lenovo’s announcement, Yoga notebooks are due for an upgrade this fall. Lenovo has renamed their Laptops lineup. The C650 is now called Yoga 6 while the C740s is the new Yoga 7i 14-inch and 15-inch.
The forthcoming Intel’s 11th generation Tiger Lake processor will power the Yoga 7i 14-inch and 15-inch variants. A new flip to boot feature will also be provided. This feature will boot the system up when the lid is lifted.
Dolby Atmos supported front speakers are installed in both the variants. A 20 percent reduction in bezels is achieved as the camera is designed to bump up from the bezel. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 are provided along with 70 WHr batteries as compared to the previously offered 60 WHr battery.
Tiger Lake processors will allow the support for Thunderbolt 4 port. Preloaded Amazon Alexa and optimized intelligent cooling systems are also provided. It will be available in two colors, Deep State and Dark Moss. Yoga 7i 14-inch variant will be priced at $849.99 while the the 15-inch variant will start from $799. The Yoga Slim 7i will only be available in North America
The renamed and updated 13-inch Yoga C640 will start from $699.99. It is now known as the Yoga 6. It will be powered by the new AMD Ryzen 4000 CPUs and will offer Wi-Fi 6. The top cover lid will be wrapped with blue stain-resistant fabric. Preloaded Amazon Alexa is also provided.
Lenovo Vantage Smart Performance service will be introduced this year. This self-diagnostic service will remove spyware, viruses, malware, and fix network access issues. Yearly charges start from $29.99 while Lenovo will charge you $49.99 for two years, $59.99 for three years, $69.99 for four years, and so on.
Before Yoga 6, Legion gaming and IdeaPad notebook also featured the Ryzen 4000 series processors.