Lenovo unveiled a bunch of high-end business laptops, tablets, and convertibles at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month, as well as some mid-range devices aimed at consumers. But it looks like the company also has a new low-cost model on the way.
The Lenovo Yoga 330 is a convertible notebook with an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display, an Intel Gemini Lake low-power processor, and support for up to 8GB of RAM. Entry-level models will ship with eMMC flash storage, although a top-of-the-line model will have a 256GB SATA solid state drive.
Lenovo hasn’t officially launched the Yoga 330 in the US or Europe yet, but a spec sheet and user manual have been posted to Lenovo’s Chinese support pages.
The notebook measures 11.6″ x 8″ x 0.7″ and weighs about 2.8 pounds. It will be available with 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB eMMC storage options and it sports a 36 Wh battery.
- 1 USB 3.0 Type-C
- 1 USB 3.0 Type-A
- 1 USB 2.0 Type-A
- SD card reader
- mic/headphone combo jack
The computer will be available with a choice of an Intel Celeron N4000 dual-core processor with Intel UHD 6000 graphics or Pentium Silver N5000 processor quad-core chip with Intel UHD 605 graphics.
There’s no word on the price or release date yet.
If this costs less than £200 it could be interesting. There is a dwindling line of laptops with 2GB of RAM. W10 and quad core Atom that were popular over the last couple of years. Their biggest issue was the 2GB of RAM, so this would be a big improvement.
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