Few laptops manage to turn heads like Lenovo’s Yoga 3 Pro did when it landed back in January. Once your eyes clocked its six watchband-styled hinges, literally crafted from hundreds upon hundreds of pieces of metal, you knew that Lenovo had struck design gold.
The company has now launched the Yoga 900, the successor to the Yoga 3 Pro. Keeping the same design, it makes a number of key improvements both under the hood and on the outside. If you’re thinking about picking up the newest Windows 10-powered 2-in-1 on the block, the Yoga 900 has two things going for it: slick looks, and ample power.
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