Lenovo recently launched three new premium Yoga devices in Malaysia. The Lenovo Yoga S730, Yoga C930 and Yoga Book C930 are designed to have efficient performance, along with high mobility and is great for entertainment even when on-the-go.

Lenovo’s stated aim with the new models is to have the best of both design and features. To that end, the company wanted to deliver machines that can deliver the performance and fulfil the lifestyle needs of the modern workforce.

The very thin Yoga S730

The very thin Yoga S730

First, let’s begin with the Yoga S730. Likely Lenovo’s thinnest Yoga device to date at 11.9mm, the Yoga S730 is also relatively lightweight at 1.2kg. In addition, it features an estimated 12-hour battery life and gains charge up to 80% of its max capacity within one hour. For the CPU, it’s using an eighth Gen Intel Core i5/i7 CPU, while a minimum of 8GB LPDDR3 RAM gives it enough memory for productivity and entertainment software. It’ll also come with PCIe SSD for storage with capacities from 128GB to 1TB.

Yoga C930

Yoga C930

Next up, we have the Yoga C930, which comes with a solid aluminium body. It also has a unique rotating soundbar that’s fit into the hinge of the notebook. Lenovo stated that the soundbar is a Dolby Atmos Speaker, so you can expect good audio quality. And it will come with a garaged pen that slots into the right of the chassis back, just next to where the hinge is. The pen is powered by a rechargeable battery, which can be charged by placing it into the slot. Another interesting bit is the webcam switch that you can toggle to ensure your privacy.

The Yoga Book C930 has another screen instead of a keyboard and trackpad

The Yoga Book C930 has another screen instead of a keyboard and trackpad

Last but not least is the Yoga Book C930. How it differs from the standard C930 is obvious when you see that it sports a second screen where the traditional keyboard and trackpad would be. This extra display is based on multi-functional E-Ink technology that can turn into a virtual keyboard, drawing or writing pad, and also be used like an e-reader. On top of that, the normal screen is also impressive as it is a QHD display (1440p). For accurate writing and drawing on this device, Lenovo included a Precision Pen with 4,096 pressure levels to capture the finest details.

The Lenovo Yoga S730 and Yoga Book C930 are not available yet, but the former is expected to retail from RM3,859 onwards. As for the Yoga C930, it is now available for RM6,044.