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New ultrabook Lenovo Yoga 900 (LP133QD1-SPA1 3K led with touch)

 

We have started to sell Lenovo Yoga 900 LCD screen  LP133QD1-SPA1 and ,

LCD screen with touch assembly these months.

this is new LED as 3K in the market now,

pls have a check as below about more detail about Yoga 900 laptop.

Lenovo Yoga 900 Review

Lenovo Yoga900

 

Hardware/Software

Lenovo YOGA 900-13ISK
Processor Name: Intel Core-2600
CPU Brand Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6500U CPU @ 2.50GHz (Skylake-Y)
Drive: 256 GB SSD Drive (Trusted Platform Module 2.0)
Memory: 2 X 4096 Mbytes Dual-Channel 1600 MHz SODIMM (8097 MB)
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 520 (Skylake-U GT2) 3200 x 1800
WiFi: Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260
Monitor: 13.3” QHD IPS LG Display LP133QD1-SPA1 (10-point touchscreen)
Battery: 66 Whr
Ports: 2xUSB Type A 3.0,1xUSB Type C 3.0 w/ video out, 1xDC-in with USB 2.0 function, 4in1 card reader (SD,MMC,SDXC,SDHC), Audio Combo Jack,
Audio: JBL Branded Speaker, 1.5W x 2, 3cc x 2 Chamber,

Sound post processing –Waves; DOLBY Home Theatre certification.

OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Professional Build 10240

Weight: 1.29 Kg (2.84 Lbs.)
Dimensions: 324 x 225 x 14.9 mm (12.75 x 8.85 x .59 In)

Lenovo Yoga 900, LST2. has 4 modes of operation, Laptop, Stand, Tent, and Tablet.

This is made possible by Lenovo’s revolutionary, award winning, Watchband Hinge.

  • It has 813 individual components, for a smooth transition between modes.

    Back by popular demand, it has a 6 row, backlit keyboard, and a Synaptics Lenovo Pointing Device, for smooth mouse operation.

    Display

    The 13.3” QHD IPS display is stunning, with vibrant colors, and an “all angle” viewing, without any noticeable loss of brightness, or fade. The 10-point touchscreen is accurate, and very responsive in tablet mode. The device automatically switches between Laptop, and the Tablet mode depending on the physical configuration you choose. You can also lock the mode in the settings, or by a switch on the side. As with other Windows 10 installations, the scalability of information in the Control Panel, most notably in the Device Manager, tends to be somewhat blurry at the 3200 x 1800 resolution.

    Wireless

    The Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 gives good, and stable connections in the 2.4 GHz, or the 5.0 GHz band. I don’t have an AC router, but on my old Cisco E3200 that has both bands, I was able to maintain a solid 300 mbps in my backyard, 75 feet away from the router, through 4 walls of my house.

    Keyboard/Mouse

    The chicklet style keyboard is more than adequate for general use, however; due to a disability, I only use my left hand to type. I don’t know how any 2 handed, touch typist, would find this keyboard. The Lenovo Pointing Device trackpad is very configurable using the Synaptics Control Panel, under the One Finger, Multi-Finger, and Advanced settings. Two finger scrolling is smooth under the desktop applications. One caveat I noticed was under the Tablet mode, and the Settings application, the mouse trackpad scrolling does not work to advance the menu to the bottom information on those screens. You need to use the touch screen finger scrolling.

    Battery

    The new, upgraded 66 Whr battery is rated at “Up to 10 hours real battery life”. In my testing, I got 16 hours, using 40% screen brightness, starting out at full charge (100% battery), and ending the test at 12% remaining. I balanced the use at 50% idle time, and the other 50% doing internet surfing, and listening to music. It took 2 hours, and 25 minutes, to bring the battery up to a full charge, from the 12% remaining charge.

    Boot/Performance

    With the 256 GB SSD Drive, and 8 GB memory, I find the cold boot time to be 5-8 seconds. I am not a “gamer”, so I can’t give you any performance benchmarks for games, but for any other intensive applications, such as video editing, the Yoga 900 performs quite well. I’ve had multiple applications open in my taskbar, and switching between the apps, were fast, and smooth, with no delay, or stuttering.

    Cooling

    The cooling is handled by a new metal alloy fan. There are no intake air vents on the bottom of the chassis. All of the vents are in rear, next to the watchband hinge. Because of this unique feature, you can truly use the Yoga 900 on your lap, without fear of cutting off the airflow, and don’t need to worry about any overheating!

    Some final notes

    The Lenovo Yoga 900 is released with a bare minimum amount of “bloatware”, and what there is (Companion, REACHit, SHAREit, OneKeyRecovery, Settings, Photo Master, and Lenovo ID), I find to be very useful. Of course, you may want to un-install/disable any “feature” that you don’t intend to utilize.
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