Lenovo Yoga 910 is officially up for purchase in the US; starts at $1199

Lenovo Yoga 910 is officially up for purchase in the US; starts at $1199
If you can stretch your memory back all the way to late August of this year, you'll remember that there were a host of solid product announcements from IFA. Among all of the companies that took the stage one of the world's largest tech trade shows, Lenovo was one of the companies that impressed us the most. Lenovo had quite a bit to show off, and among all these announcements, one of the most notable ones was the company's Yoga 910. The Yoga 910 is the latest iteration into the Yoga 900 line of premium Windows 2-in-1s, and Lenovo has just opened up orders for the device in the US.

Before we get into the pricing and availability for the Yoga 910, let's take a quick recap at what this thing is actually packing in. The Yoga 910 features a 13.9-inch 4K display that's edge-to-edge (save for the massive bottom chin), form factor that's just 14.3mm thick, fingerprint sensor, and all of the latest silicon from Intel's Core i7 line. It's a pretty typical affair in regards to processing speeds, RAM, and storage, as the real start of the show here is definitely the extremely high-res panel that Lenovo's plastered on the front of this thing. Lenovo is promising up to 15.5 hours of battery life on a single charge, Dolby Audio Premium helps boost the overall audio that the machine kicks out, and everything is housed in an all-metal unibody design.


In regards to where you can buy the Yoga 910, the laptop is currently being sold through both Lenovo.com and Best Buy. Each outlet has a few different models available, and they include the following -

  • 4K display / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD - $1,429.99
  • 4K display / 16 GB RAM / 1TB SSD - $1,799.99

  • 1080p FHD display / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD - $1,199.99
  • 4K display / 16GB RAM / 512 GB SSD - $1,599.99
  • 4K display / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD - $1,899.99

All models come equipped with the Intel Core i7 7500U processor that's clocked a 2.7GHz. The laptop is available for order today and shipments should start going out soon.

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4 Comments

1. truthwins unregistered

Finally a relief for all crying butthurt samsung fans .

2. hwb01

Posts: 355; Member since: Apr 17, 2014

Wrong article maybe?

4. Planterz

Posts: 2120; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

Every article is a reason for this idiot to troll about Samsung.

3. rick_mobile

Posts: 358; Member since: Dec 13, 2010

No thunderbolt 3 in 2016? No thanks.

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