The Lenovo Yoga 900 is a super thin premium convertible features a posh, elegant design on the outside and a pixel-packed quad-HD+ 13.3-inch screen and a powerful 6th-gen Intel CPU on the inside. Lenovo's innovative watchband hinge holds the whole package together, making it easy to switch among multiple modes. Other laptop-tablet hybrids last longer on a charge, but the Yoga 900 is easily one of the best 2-in-1s money can buy.
The Lenovo Yoga 900 is a vision of 2-in-1 sleekness that features lovely magnesium panels on the top and bottom, and a new luxurious, faux-leather plastic on its deck and palm rest.
At 12.75 x 8.86 x 0.59 inches and 2.8 pounds, the Yoga 900 is slightly smaller, and noticeably lighter. Like most Lenovo laptops, the Yoga 900 features the company's scallop-shaped keys, along with two levels of backlighting. Something frustrating about the keyboard would be the undersized 'Shift' button.
Featuring a pixel-dense 3200 x 1800 13.3-inch display, the Yoga 900's screen is super sharp and does a wonderful job of showcasing photos and movies, no matter which mode it's in. Images remained bright and colorful even at very wide angles.
If you’re watching movies or playing some light games, you can flip back the screen and place the Yoga 900 in tent mode in your own comfort.
Browsing around on reading documents on this 13 inch screen is quite enjoyable. If you fear that you might accidentally press a key by mistake while using the Yoga as a tablet, you shouldn’t, both the keyboard and the trackpad are only accessible in laptop mode and just turned OFF in any of the others.
The whole secret lies in the sparkling watchband hinge that's made of 813 individual pieces, which allow the display to flip back to 360 degrees.
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