A new look for the Lenovo Yoga 910, with more screen and less bezel
We've already seen what might be the ultimate version of Lenovo's Yoga hybrid.
That's the recent Thinkpad X1 Yoga model that has a stunning OLED display.
But Lenovo now has a new Yoga model, a consumer version this time that one ups that ThinkPad OLED version in a few important ways.
The new Yoga 910 keeps the slim and unique-looking watchband hinge from the past couple of generations of consumer yoga hybrids.
As well as the ability to fold its 360 degree hinge into a kiosk or stand mode, and all the way back into a big screen Windows 10 tablet.
But, the 910 also manages to fit more screen into less space, up-sizing the display to a 13.9 inch panel, essentially making this a 14 inch laptop.
Even though it's just 14.3 millimeters thick and looks and feels no bigger than last year's 13 inch Yoga.
That's because like only a handful of other very high end laptops, the screen here goes nearly to the very edge of the lid, almost completely eliminating the bezel.
That thick plastic or metal frame around most laptop and tablet screens.
High end televisions have done an admirable job of eliminating screen bevels over the past few years, but only a couple of laptops have followed suit, which is a shame as it's a fantastic design upgrade.
You can also optionally take that display up to full 4K resolution...
But we've often found that 4k laptop screens cost you more in battery life than you get back in visual fidelity.
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