They also announced the Lenovo Yoga 530, a more budget-friendly option also known as the Lenovo Flex 14. This one doesn’t have support for voice assistants, but first things first.
Let’s see what the Lenovo Yoga 730 has on its specs list!
With a far-field microphone array comes support for voice assistants like Cortana and Alexa, who will respond via JBL speakers even when the laptop is sleeping.
Well, as long as you’re in 4 meters distance from the microphone, that is.
The display is truly gorgeous, the IPS panels sporting a UHD 4K resolution ((3840 x 2160).
The 15 inch Yoga 730 can pack up to an 8th gen Intel Core i7 processor, up to 1TB SSD and up to 16 GB of RAM. On the graphics front, there’s Intel HD 620 graphics with the option to upgrade to Nvidia GTX1050.
With 14.17 x 9.8 x 0.67 inches, this convertible tablet weights 1.89 kg and the price tag is a bit hefty as well: the starting price is $899.99.
The smaller 13 inch Lenovo Yoga 730 only has the Intel HD 620 as a graphics card but the rest of the specs are the same, with the starting price set at $879.99.
Both versions of the Lenovo Yoga 730 sport UHD IPS touchscreens and will launch in April 2018.
If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly Lenovo Yoga laptop, the Flex 14 (Lenovo 530) starts at $599.99.
It has a 14 inch FHD touchscreen (1920 x 1080) and has a polycarbonate plastic body with a few aluminum touches.
However, it does offer some good things under the hood.
The best graphics card available is the mid-range NVIDIA MX130, it can have up to 16GB of RAM Intel Core i7 8th gen processor. As for storage, the best SSD is up to 512 GB.
Just like with the Lenovo Yoga 730, you’ll be able to pick up the Lenovo Yoga 530 / Flex 14 in April 2018.