In addition to the new Lenovo Tab 4 series tablets, the company also introduced a few new notebooks at the Mobile World Congress.
The most impressive of the four new notebooks announced today is the Yoga 720. The 15-inch notebook features a 4K resolution display and packs the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 mobile GPU. In terms of dimensions, the notebook is only 14.3mm thick and weighs in at just 1.3 kg. The 4K UHD variant is claimed to offer up to 8 hours of battery life, while the 1080p display variant offers up to 9 hours of battery life.
The Yoga 520 is a smaller 13-inch notebook with a 1080p resolution display. There is also a base variant with an HD resolution display. The Yoga 520 measures 19.99mm thick and weighs in at 1.74 kg. Similar to the Yoga 720, the Yoga 520 too is powered by a 7th Gen Intel Kaby Lake Core i7 processor.
Lenovo also announced the new Flex 5 at the event, a 14-inch convertible with the NVIDIA GeForce 940MX GPU. A 15-inch version of the Flex 5 will be on offer as well. The smallest device announced today is the Miix 320, a 10.1” tablet with a 1080p display and a detachable keyboard. It runs on an Intel Atom x5 processor and includes 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory, and optional LTE connectivity.
The Yoga 720 starts at $1099, while the Yoga 520 starts at $859. The Flex 5 14-inch version has been priced at $799, while the Miix 320 costs only $199. All four devices will go on sale in April.