In order to stay on top of sales tech companies always have to come up with new products otherwise people will forget. It’s a highly competitive market and only the strong survive. Lenovo is one of the strong ones. The company recently announced the new Lenovo Yoga Pro 3, a follow-up the previous model, the Yoga Pro 2, a very successful tablet/laptop. The Yoga Pro 2 sold very well because it’s a hybrid laptop which features a great display, an awesome design and proved its fantastic performance. When the Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 was announced, many wondered what new features could it come up with in order to be better than the Yoga Pro 2.
The first thing you notice about the new Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 is that it has better hinges than on the previous model. The Yoga Pro 2 had only two hinges, while the Pro 3 has six hinges. The new Lenovo laptop is 17% thinner and 15% lighter than its “sister”. This makes the Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 look sleeker and more comfortable.
These are actually some of the most noticeable changes on the Pro 3. The display is still the same (and that’s a great thing), a 13.3 inches QHD with 3200×1800 IPS. Many said that the new multitouch display is better than on the Pro 2 but it’s actually the same. A 4K video looks astounding on the Lenovo Yoga Pro 3.
The Pro 3 has an Intel Core M70 processor with 11,8x9x0,5 and it weighs 2,6 pounds. The previous model has a a Gen Intel Core i7 processor and it weighs 3.1 pounds. The Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 comes with JBL speakers and Waves Audio certification while the Pro 2 features Stereo speakers and a Dolby Home Theater system. The Pro 3 has 8GB of RAM an SD slot card for up to 256GB and Intel HD Graphics 5300.
The new 256GB SSD Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 costs $1,349.99, while the 512GB SSD model costs $1,549.99.
What do you think of the new Lenovo Yoga Pro 3? Do you think it will end up being more successful than the Pro 2?
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