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Yoga: The Next Generation - The Yoga 910!
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‎12-11-2016 12:02 PM

(Disclaimer: Lenovo graciously provided the hardware. All thoughts, words and pictures are mine.)

 

Just yesterday a new package arrived on my doorstep. A package from Lenovo!

A package containing the next generation Yoga convertible laptop, The Yoga 910! Smiley Happy

 

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Top specs- i7-7500U (Kaby Lake), 16GB RAM, 1TB NVMe SSD, Narrow-bezel 13.9" 4K LCD!

 

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As in previous generations, the packaging remains the same, minimalist yet elegant.

Open the inner flaps and the laptop rises. Trademark Lenovo!

 

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Along with the laptop, there are the USB-C power adapter, a thoughtfully provided power adapter extender cable, and a quick instruction sheet, all packaged below the laptop's rising presentation platform.

 

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Left-side ports: 1) USB 2.0 Type-C with charging, and 2) USB 3.0 Type-C with video-out.

 

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Right-side ports: 1) Combo microphone/headphones, and 2) USB 3.0 with always-on charging.

Power and Novo buttons are also on this side.

 

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Aluminum body, fingerprint reader, narrow-bezel display.

New, for the new generation! Smiley Happy

 

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This Yoga 910's First Light!

 

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And it's First Desktop, on a gorgeous 4K LCD!

 

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And finally, a teaser (hopefully, well-appreciated) for the Linux folks - AHCI is selectable in UEFI/BIOS!

 

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That's it for now.

Much more to come as I get a chance to put this beauty through it's paces!

So stay tuned...

 

Cheers!

5 Comments
Community Moderator
Community Moderator

Nice first impression.

 

The screen is gorgeous and I like contrasting colors between the keys and bezel.

 

Regards,

Dave 

brianhardy
802.11n

:-)

Gelio
What's DOS?

I received my yoga 910 special edition today. The only thing I do not like about so far after a few hours use is the keyboard, or  I should say the right SHIFT key is it is to the right of the PgUp key and when typing and attempting to press the right shift key I press the PgUp key every single time, so I have to stop, look for the key to make sure I press the correct one. It is annoying and hopefully Lenovo addresses thisthis soon as it is a very big annoyance and oversight on their part.

Community Moderator
Community Moderator

 Great looking machine!  I'll be interested to read the full review.

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