Lenovo says 'bye-bye bezel' for the premium hybrid Yoga 910
Lenovo's Yoga 910 is a 13 inch laptop with a 14 inch display.
With just a sliver of a frame, the ultra thin, ultra light hybrid's touchscreen reaches nearly edge to edge, allowing the PC maker to keep the body smaller than the typical 14 inch laptop.
The ultra HD display Display looks fantastic too, with excellent brightness and color.
Plus, Lonovo has this paper mode, which is really nice for reading.
But there is one sort of side effect to the display.
The webcam has been moved to the bottom, which does give you these weird big hands when using the computer.
But it's not like you don't have other position options thanks to the Yoga's watchband hinge letting you take it from a laptop to a tablet, with a couple of other positions in-between.
The hinge can hold the display in any position, have it be stiff enough to have stay in place while being touched but still easily adjusted with just one finger.
The display and the design are the highlights of this update.
But the touch pad and keyboard are excellent too.
With the exception of the tiny shift key, at least.
And you get a fingerprint reader for extra security.
If you need a direct video output, or an SD card slot You won't find them here.
You'll have to use the USB type C ports instead.
Performance is solid with its seventh gen core i7 processor, just not with anything that's too graphics intensive.
Battery life is good too, hitting between 8 and 10 hours, depending on what you're doing.
With it all starting at around $1,000, This is one premium, ultra portable to look out for.
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