The Lenovo Yoga 710 is versatile, handy and prolific, and it can even rotate 360 degrees on its hinge– a diminutive laptop that is a perfect fit for budget-conscious consumers.
Lenovo is expanding its portfolio as it is aiming at low-priced small laptop niche as it has just launched its very own Lenovo Yoga 710 that comes in two variants.
There are many decent laptops that are fetched at price of about $500, but finding one that’s stands out from the rest can be a daunting task. Lenovo is helping you to make a wise pick as it offers the lightweight and productive Lenovo Yoga 710.
Perhaps the most desirable feature of the Lenovo Yoga 710 is its 360 degrees hinge that allows you to transform it into a tent-mode to watch a movie or a video or turn it into stand mode to show a presentation. These features are indeed great bonus for laptop that carries a $499 price sticker.
(Picture Caption) Lenovo’s Yoga 710 in stand mode. It’s indeed great to find an inexpensive laptop that comes with a 360-degree hinge.
While inexpensive laptops are most of the time heavy, the Yoga 710 is handy as it only weighs 2.35 pounds. It is lighter thanks to its 1080p IPS display which just measures11.6 inches diagonally (the 14-inch variant of the Yoga 710 weighs just 3.63 pounds).
The laptop comes with a smaller form factor and it is beefed up with features CPU choices up to an Intel 6th-gen (Skylake) Core M5 CPU with built-in graphics. You can modify the RAM up to 8GB (LP-DDR3), and you can opt for 256GB of SSD storage. It decks in a 40Wh battery which could last up to 8 hours without charging.
The Yoga 710 series is set to hit the market in June. The 14-inch variant of the laptop will have a starting price of $799, with superior options, such as core i7 CPUs and Nvidia graphics, also offered.