Pressured between major smartphone releases from LG and Samsung (Also HP), Lenovo is coming out with all their guns blazing at the Mobile World Congress this year, updating almost the whole Yoga lineup and also launching a new ideapad tablet for added noise.
They are launching these four new Yoga devices: The Lenovo Yoga 710 11″, Yoga 710 14″, Yoga 510 14″ and Yoga 510 15″. Do take note that the latter two will be named as Flex 4 in the United States.
As expected, these new devices bring a lot of improvements compared to their predecessors (Yoga 700 and Yoga 500) in the Yoga lineup.
The 11-inch Yoga 710
The 11-inch Yoga 710 weighs only at 1.07kg, has 8 hours of battery life (a 14% improvement to its older brother) and a Core m5 processor as a variant. Its bigger 14-inch brother has the same battery life but has a more powerful Intel Core i7 processor, a 256GB SSD option and Nvidia GeForce graphics variant.
The 14-inch Yoga 510
The Yoga 510 14 and 15-inch laptops weigh at 1.75kg and 2.08kg, respectively and is also packed with Intel Core i7 processors and AMD Radeon graphics variants. Like all Yoga laptops, all these devices can easily switch between four modes of operation: laptop, stand, tent and tablet.
The MIIX 310 Tablet
Lenovo also released a cheap, mid-tier 10-inch tablet dubbed as the ideapad MIIX 310. It has a detachable keyboard, a 10-hour battery, 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.