Lenovo’s new notebook Yoga 9i real machine first exposure

Today, Lenovo insider @linlin - a little white rabbit released a photo of a real Lenovo notebook with a curved bezel and an audio opening adjusted to the side, a striking design.

Judging from the highly recognizable appearance, this notebook is most likely the Yoga 9i flip notebook that Lenovo announced at CES earlier this year.

As the photos show, the most obvious changes to the Yoga 9i are the curved bezels and side audio cutouts, which give it a softer and more distinctive visual look and feel.

In terms of configuration, the Yoga 9i will be equipped with Intel Core i5 1240P or i7 1260P processor, equipped with 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and 1TB SSD, no problem to deal with daily office.

As for the screen, the Yoga 9i is available up to 4K touch OLED panel, which has 4000nit peak brightness and 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage; in addition, 2K and 1080P LCD screen versions are also available.

According to Lenovo's previous introduction, as the 10th anniversary of the Yoga series, the Yoga 9i not only features a new exterior design, but will also be the world's first notebook equipped with a Bowers & Wilkins speaker system tuned by Dolby Atmos.

If the real photos released are indeed from the Yoga 9i, perhaps we will soon be able to see this product enter the official launch phase.

Author: King
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