Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro first updated to Windows 10
On modern mobile PC market the most popular model can be called the laptop Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, which has already received the update OS Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 Home. The journalists of the “market leader” section of Hi-tech found that the bulk of devices from Lenovo either already moved to Windows 10, or the upgrade will take place in the near future.
As you know, model Yoga 3 Pro became the owner of a body thickness of 12.8 mm, the heart of the new Intel Core M-5Y70 (Broadwell-Y, 1,1/2,6 GHz), amount of RAM was 8 gigs, memory-memory — 256 Giga. The features of the laptop it should be noted the matrix of 13.3 inches with a resolution of 3200 by 1800 pixels, Wi-Fi adapter and battery which, according to developers, will provide at least 7.2 hours of operation of the device in offline mode.
According to information from Internet sources, Lenovo is the end of the year plans to hold the announcement of the Yoga convertible 900, which, presumably, will succeed in the market model Yoga 3 Pro.
Novelty can boast of a hardware platform Intel the item has been added. Mentioned two modifications — with Core i7-6500U and processor Core i5-6200U. Both chip contains two processing cores, and graphics paired with them are the Intel HD Graphics 520. The transformer Yoga 900, according to insider information, will the touch screen of 13.3 inches with a resolution of 3200 by 1800 pixels, and by means of a special fastening of the cover of the device can be rotated by 360 degrees, transforming it thus into the tablet. From the core set of features worth noting the presence of an SSD to 512 gig, reader SD card, HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, USB 3. 1 and 8 gig of RAM. A small “surprise” from the developers — backlit keyboard and stereo speakers.
To the new product will be supplied with the operating system Windows 10, and more information about the content of the gadget, the company promised to publish before the end of autumn.
Lenovo stocks, as analysts broker Nord FX today with the start of trading out of the red zone, gaining 0.65%.