Lenovo YOGA Duet 2021 Launched With 11th-gen Intel Core i5 and 16GB RAM « Naijatechnews

Lenovo YOGA Duet 2021 Launched With 11th-gen Intel Core i5 and 16GB RAM

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At the YOGA×Xiaoxin launch event in China, Lenovo has announced a couple of new devices under its YOGA series — YOGA 5G and YOGA Duet 2021. The YOGA 5G arrives as the world’s first 5G personal computer with a SIM card plugged in.

Lenovo YOGA Duet 2021 Specifications and Features

The Lenovo YOGA Duet 2021 is a two-in-one notebook that supports a variety of form-factor switching, giving more convenient access to users. It enables multiple modes on a single device, aiming to meet almost all the requirements from users.

You can use the device as a tablet when the keyboard is removed and can be easily used for media consumption. When the keyboard is attached to the device, it transforms into a laptop, handling all the work-related tasks. It can also be used with a 4096-level pressure-sensitive stylus to convert it to a studio mode.

Speaking of the specifications, it features a 13-inch IPS touch screen display that offers a 16:10 aspect ratio and a screen resolution of 2160 x 1350 pixels. The screen also comes with support for 450nits brightness, 100% sRGB high color gamut, low blue light Rhine certification, DC Dimming, and more.

Lenovo YOGA Duet 2021 Launched With 11th-gen Intel Core i5 and 16GB RAM

It is powered by the Intel Core i5 113567 processor, coupled with 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD. The device comes packed with a 41Wh 4-cell battery that is claimed to provide a battery life of about 13 hours.

Lenovo YOGA Duet 2021 Price and Availability

The Lenovo YOGA Duet 2021 comes in Space Gray color option and is priced at 6,999 yuan (about $1,077). However, during the initial sales, the device will be available for purchase at 6,499 yuan (about $1,000). It will go on sale in China from 1st May.

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