Lenovo Yoga 710 Convertible Laptop Launched at Rs. 85,490

by admin August 26, 2016 at 5:36 pm

Lenovo India on
Wednesday launched the Yoga 710 convertible laptop, priced at Rs.
85,490. The hybrid laptop also comes with a wireless Yoga Mouse which
can also double up as a remote control for an on-screen presentation.
The laptop will be available via the Do Store online in a Silver colour variant.

Powered by
sixth-generation Intel Core i7-6500U processor (2 cores, 4 threads,
2.5GHz base clock, 3.1GHz Turbo clock, 4MB Cache), the Lenovo Yoga 710
comes with 8GB of 2133MHz DDR4 RAM and a discrete Nvidia GeForce 940M
GPU with 2GB of DDR3 video memory.

The Windows 10 Home-based
Lenovo Yoga 710 bears a 14-inch full-HD (1920×1080 pixels) display with
touch input that can be swivelled 180-degrees to convert the laptop into
a tablet. It weighs 1.5.5kg, and comes with a 256GB SSD storage. The
company is touting a battery life of up to 8 hours with the 4-cell 53WHr
battery on board.

The laptop also sports a 720p HD webcam, and
in terms of connectivity, offers two USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port, an SD
card reader, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, microphone and headphone combo jack, and
Bluetooth 4.0. There is no Ethernet port.

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Apart from the Yoga
Mouse (seen above), the company also announced other accessories that go
along with the Yoga 710 – Lenovo 500 2.0 Bluetooth Speaker and the
Lenovo 500 Earbud/In-ear Headphone.

Commenting on the launch,
Bhaskar Choudhuri, Director, Marketing, Lenovo India said, “Today,
consumers expect their gadgets to add value to their active, on-the-go
lifestyles. Yoga 710 is a laptop that caters to these new-gen mobile
workers and travel enthusiasts who need work, recreation, and social
connectivity on-the-go, and with minimal connectivity hassles. Yoga 710
comes with just the right specs and form factor that enable this. The
flexible Yoga Mouse adds on to the style quotient of the device. We’re
excited to see how Indian consumers respond to this distinctive
combination of style and specification.”

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