Lenovo led the way with the current trend of convertible devices that flip and fold over. This is continuing with yet another convertible All-in-One device in the Lenovo Yoga Home 900. A 27-inch desktop that has more in common with tablets than anything else.
The Yoga Home 900 runs on the latest Windows 10 operating system, and runs on a fifth generation Intel Core processor (up to i7). Other internal choices are an optional NVIDIA GeForce 940A graphics card, 8GB RAM, and a 1TB storage drive. The internal battery is capable of powering the Home 900 for up to three hours, which isn’t too bad for something that is supposed to sit on a desk at home.
The thin construction allows the Yoga Home 900 to lie flat on a table surface; a feature that Lenovo says is to make it easier to share the display space with others. Tilting the stand back activates Lenovo’s Aura 3.0 interface, which makes it easier to share photos. Lenovo has also included several mini-games built into the Aura interface for families to play together.
The Lenovo Yoga Home 900 will be sold for Starts at U.S. $1,549 (about RM6570), and will be available starting from this month.