IFA 2019: Lenovo Yoga C940, Yoga S740, Yoga C740, and Yoga C640 announced

“The Lenovo Yoga laptops come with features like Super Resolution that can upscale video up to full-HD and Q-Control that can dynamically boost battery life”

At the IFA 2019, Lenovo introduced Lenovo Yoga C940, Yoga S740, Yoga C740, and Yoga C640 laptops. The laptops come with the latest Intel Core processors and run on Windows 10 operating system. The laptops come with features like Super Resolution that can upscale video up to full-HD 1080p on Windows Media Player and Q-Control that can dynamically boost machine’s battery life when the intelligent cooling mode is enabled to monitor the device’s thermal attributes and better control its fan. The Modern Standby functionality enables the laptops to perform background tasks like receiving emails while in sleep mode, and instantly wake from sleep mode.

Pricing and availability:

  • The Lenovo Yoga C940 is priced starting EUR 1,499 (around Rs 118,600) for the 14-inch model and will go on sale later this month. The 15-inch model is priced at EUR 1,899 (around Rs 150,224), and it will go on sale in October.
  • The 14-inch Yoga S740 is priced at EUR 899 (around Rs 71,100), and the 15-inch model is priced at EUR 1,399 (around Rs 110,645). Both the models will go on sale sometime this month.
  • The Lenovo Yoga C740 14-and 15-inch models and Yoga C640 will go on sale from September and all the three models are priced at EUR 899 (around Rs 71,100).
The Lenovo Yoga’s Modern Standby functionality enables the laptops to perform background tasks like receiving emails while in sleep mode and instantly wake from sleep mode

The Lenovo Yoga C940 is the new 2-in-1 convertible laptop that flaunts a 14-inch display with Dolby Vision and all-metal chassis. It comes in an optional 15-inch 4K VESA400 HDR display. The laptop packs TrueBlock Privacy shutter, Windows Hello biometric authentication, and garaged pen with silo charging and Windows Ink. The laptop claims to offers up to 17.5 hours of battery life. It comes with Amazon Alexa integration for hands-free voice control and is powered by the 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor. While the 15-inch portable ships with the 9th gen Intel Core processors. The Yoga C940 supports Wi-Fi 6 and a redesigned Rotating Sound Bar with Dolby Atmos Speaker System.

The Lenovo Yoga S740 features Lenovo Smart Assist, Project Athena and Alexa voice assistant. It sports the same 14-inch display and is powered by up to 10th Gen Intel Core processor coupled with NVIDIA GeForce GPUs. The Yoga S740 packs a hands-free IR camera login and time-of-flight (TOF) sensor and Dolby Atmos Speaker System. It rocks an upgraded Eye Care mode made to help reduce eye strain from blue light emission. The machine also has Q-Control to enable PC’s intelligent cooling mode and is claimed to deliver up to 14 hours of battery life with RapidCharge. There is also an optional 15-inch 4K VESA400 HDR display model with Dolby Vision and up to 9th Intel Core i9 mobile processor coupled with NVIDIA GeForce GTX1650 GPU.

The Lenovo Yoga C740 laptop comes in a 14-inch or 15-inch screen size and can be used as a laptop or tablet. It comes with TrueBlock Privacy Shutter, fingerprint login and Amazon Alexa voice assistant. The machine is powered by up to 10th gen Intel Core i7 mobile processor with Dolby Atmos speakers. The 15-inch model gets up to full-HD VESA400 HDR touchscreen display at 500 nits bright plus Dolby Vision, while the 14-inch model ships with an IPS touchscreen FHD display. Both models support RapidCharge for fast charging.

Lastly, the Lenovo Yoga C640 2-in-1 sports a 13-inch display and is powered by up to 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor. It comes with a 360-degree flexible hinge design and 4G LTE. However, there is also a Wi-Fi-only option with Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. It is claimed to offer up to 20 hours of battery life and supports Cortana personal assistant for hands-free voice control. There is Dolby Atmos audio and it runs on Windows 10 Home OS along with an optional Lenovo digital pen for sketching or annotating.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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