Lenovo’s Yoga AIO 7, An All-In-One Desktop With A Rotating Screen
Yoga AIO 7 Allows Remote Display Activation From A Tablet Or Smartphone Without Turning On The Computer
Lenovo has unveiled at CES 2021 its new Yoga AIO 7 all-in-one desktop computer that takes up less space thanks to its rotating screen, and the Lenovo L24i-30 and Lenovo L27e-30 monitors, as well as the latest LAVIE news from the joint venture between Lenovo and NEC Corporation. The Lenovo Yoga AIO 7 Desktop PC integrates a rotating hinge that allows you to customize the layout on the desktop, switching the screen from landscape to portrait orientation to switch from panoramic to profile view. It is also possible to tilt the viewing angle from completely flat to 20 degrees to find the most comfortable position.
The wireless relay hardware built into Yoga AIO 7 allows remote display activation from a tablet or smartphone without turning on the computer. An upcoming update will allow playing ‘online’ videos directly on the screen. This rig features Harman-certified JBL stereo speakers located under the rotating display to ensure powerful, immersive sound, and includes accessories such as a wireless keyboard and mouse, and a removable 5M webcam located on top. Lenovo notes that this team features the first 27-inch 4K IPS panel in an all-in-one desktop computer, with support for 99% DCI-P3 and 99% Adobe RGB color standards. It is powered by AMD Ryzen 7 4800H processors paired with Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 GPUs.
LENOVO L24I-30 AND L27E-30 MONITORS
Lenovo’s new series of consumer monitors, L24i-30 and L27e-30, use IPS panels to “offer sharp and clean images with wide viewing angles,” as noted from Lenovo in a statement. Lenovo L27e-30 monitors are designed for functionality; both monitor mounts include cable management concealment features and a built-in smartphone mount. Both models have a Raven Black tone trim and an ultra-slim profile, with a 7.1mm top and virtually no borders on three sides. Both monitors have a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution of 23.8 inches on the Lenovo L24i-30 or 27 inches on the L27e-30. It features TUV Rheinland certified Eye Comfort anti-reflective technology to minimize blue light and flicker throughout the day. They also feature AMD FreeSync technology to facilitate smooth gaming sessions without image tearing. Additionally, these displays achieve refresh rates of up to 75Hz through their HDMI input ports.
LAVIE RANGE OF NEC PERSONAL COMPUTERS
At CES 2021, Lenovo also unveiled the latest devices in the LAVIE range from NEC Personal Computers, a joint venture between Lenovo and NEC Corporation: the LAVIE MINI 8-inch convertible PC and the LAVIE Pro Mobile. The new LAVIE MINI pocket-size convertible PC is powered by up to 11th generation Intel Corei7 mobile processor and Intel Iris Xe graphics. It has an 8-inch WUXGA (1920 x 1200) touch panel, and its design stands out for its Crystal White tone, which gives it a translucent and ethereal appearance and a weight of 579 grams that allows it to be transported.
It offers capabilities like Modern Standby, IR camera with Windows Hello for contactless connection, and for easy typing, the circular-shaped number and symbol keys are the same size as the alphabet keys. The device includes a battery with a capacity of up to 26WHr, WiFi 6, storage of up to 256GB SSD and a memory of 16GB LPDDR4. The logo on the LCD cover lights up when the PC is active, and the keyboard is backlit. For its part, the new LAVIE Pro Mobile offers a long battery life of up to 10 hours and a more comfortable typing experience thanks to an improved 1.5mm button travel. The optimized lift function allows the keyboard to be raised up to 180 degrees to increase the typing field by up to 19mm. The cover of this laptop has been made with carbon fiber, and it presents an ultra-thin chassis of 16.7mm and a weight of 889 grams. It runs on up to 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor and Intel Iris Xe graphics. It has a 13.3-inch screen and is available in navy blue.
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