[IFA 2018]: Lenovo unveils the Yoga S730, Yoga Book C930 and Yoga C630 WOS

Lenovo has launched the Yoga S730, Yoga Book C930, and Yoga C630 WOS at the ongoing IFA trade show. Let us take a closer look at the new entrants. 

Lenovo Yoga S730
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If you are on the lookout for a MacBook alternative on Windows, the Lenovo Yoga S730 might just fit the bill. The Yoga S730 features a 13.3-inch display with FHD resolution. The device is fitted with an IPS panel for better battery efficiency. Lenovo claims the notebook features a battery life of 10 hours, and the Rapid Charge should help you replenish the charge much faster.

The Lenovo Yoga S730 is just 11.9mm thick and is powered by 8th-Generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors coupled with Intel HD 620 graphics. RAM options include a choice between 8GB and 16GB while the storage options range from 128GB to all the way up to 1TB. The Lenovo Yoga S730 will hit the shelves on November and will retail at $999.99 (~Rs 70,907)

Lenovo YogaBook C930

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The Lenovo Yoga Book C930 features a dual display. It succeeds the Yoga 920 and comes in a choice of 7th-Gen Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processors. The 10.8-inch QHD IPS touchscreen is complemented by an e-ink display that also doubles up as a keyboard. The Yoga Book C930 comes with a 4GB of RAM while the storage options include up to 256GB SSD alongside microSD card support.  

Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS
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The Lenovo Yoga C630 is the first Snapdragon 850-powered laptop. As promised earlier, the Yoga C630 WOS offers a whopping 25 hours of battery life alongside cellular connectivity. The device weighs in at 1.2kg and offers a 13.3-inch FHD IPS touchscreen. It will be available in Europe and select countries by November this year and will be priced at €999 (Rs 85,532).
Mahit is a Mechanical Engineering graduate who also happens to be a tech and automobile aficionado. A foodie by heart, he's addicted to chips, both of the potato and silicon kind. Mahit has worked with leading digital publications including Dennis Publishing, BGR, AppStorm, MakeTechEasier, and MakeUseOf.
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