Lenovo presented its line of products that will land this summer in Spain. After a successful debut at CES 2023, the manufacturer is adjusting the details for the launch of its new devices, among which the YogaBook 9ithe reader smart paper and the powerful tablet Tab Extreme. Lenovo also announced updates to its notebook and all-in-one (AIO) lineup with new generation Intel and AMD processors.
As in other years, hardware manufacturers often take advantage of CES as a showcase to present the products they will launch during the year. While some limit certain premium devices to markets like the United States or the United Kingdom, this is not the case for Lenovo. The company will put the Yoga Book 9i on sale, a folding double screen concept that exceeds 2,000 euros.
According to Lenovo, the Yoga Book 9i is the world’s first dual-screen OLED laptop It does not include a physical keyboard. It has two 13.3-inch panels with 2.8K resolution (2800 x 1800 pixels) and 60Hz connected by a hinge. Users can occupy it as a conventional laptop using a virtual keyboard, rotate it to turn it into a book or connect an external keyboard and work with dual screens horizontally or vertically.
In terms of specifications, the Lenovo Yoga Book 9i includes a 13th generation Intel Core i7-1355U processor, 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB of storage and a battery that offers more than 12 hours of autonomy. He chassis weighs 1.34 kg and features curved edges and easy-grip sides for when you use it as a book. The OLED screen is Dolby Vision compatible and Bowers & Wilkins speakers with Dolby Atmos support are included.
The Lenovo Yoga Book 9i will cost 2,299 euros And it will be Available from September in El Corte Inglés, Mediamarkt and Amazon.
Lenovo Tab Extreme and Yoga Pro 9i
Along the same lines, Lenovo presented another premium device that will arrive in Spain this summer. The Tab Extreme is a Android tablet with 14.5 inch screens and robust specifications. Inside we find an eight-core MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor, 12 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal storage and a 12,300 mAh battery with 68 W fast charging.
Although tablets are often entertainment devices, the Tab Extreme is designed to boost productivity. The 14.5-inch OLED screen has a 3K resolution (1876 x 3000 pixels) that allows split into 4 and supports up to 10 floating windows. Added to that, it can be used as a second screen for Windows (USB-C) or as a Wacom-like pen tablet, thanks to the Stylus Pen.
The Lenovo Tab Extreme will be available in August at a price of 1,099 euros in El Corte Inglés and Mediamarkt. Smart Paper, Lenovo’s response to Amazon’s Kindle, will also land this month. The reader with a 10.3-inch screen is not only useful for ebooks or PDFs, but also for taking notes or sketching thanks to an included digital pen. He Smart Paper will be sold for 449 euros on Amazon, El Corte Inglés, Mediamarkt and Fnac from august.
Lastly, Lenovo updated the Yoga Pro 9i to the latest version of Intel and AMD processors. The laptop will debut with a 14.5-inch Mini LED display, 64GB of RAM, NVIDIA RTX 4070 graphics, and a body that resists blows, falls and extreme temperature conditions. Prices vary depending on the configuration chosen and range from 1,699 euros to 2,599 euros. The Lenovo Yoga Pro 9i will be available in september at El Corte Inglés, Mediamarkt, Amazon and PC Componentes.