A year after introducing the Yoga Book 9i dual-screen laptop, Lenovo is ready for round two with a new 2024 model sporting an Intel Meteor Lake processor. On the outside, the new model looks a lot like its predecessor, which means you’re still looking at a laptop with two 2.8K OLED displays that you can position as two vertical screens stacked atop one another, side-by-side in portrait mode, held like a book, or folded so they’re back to back for use in tablet mode.

While this year’s model features a 14th-gen processor based on Intel’s Meteor Lake architecture, it comes with a 15-watt U-series chip, which means that it won’t get quite as much of a GPU performance boost as you’d get with one of Intel’s more power-hungry Meteor Lake-H chips. But the upgrade does bring a few other features including Intel’s new Low-Power Efficiency cores as well as an Intel AI Boost neural processing unit.

The new Yoga Book 9i supports up to a 14th-gen Intel Core Ultra 7 U-series processor, up to 32GB of LPDDR5x memory, and up to 1TB of PCIe Gen 4 solid state storage.

Unlike most traditional laptops, which have a display on top and keyboard on bottom, it has a second screen where the keyboard would normally be. You can place a wireless keyboard atop that screen or position the keyboard in front of the computer for additional screen space.

Both screens are 13.3 inch, 2880 x 1800 pixel OLED touchscreen displays with 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, HDR support, and up to 400 nits brightness.

The laptop also features a 5MP IR webcam with support for Windows Hello face recognition and a privacy shutter, three Thunderbolt ports, and a rotating soundbar that’s designed to face forward now matter how you position the displays.

The dual-screen laptop has an 80 Wh battery and measures 299 x 204 x 16mm (11.8″ x 8″ x 0.6″) when folded. It weighs 1.34kg (2.95 pounds).

Lenovo says the Yoga book 9i will be available in April for $2000 and up.

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  1. Exciting news! Lenovo’s commitment to innovation shines through with the Yoga Book 9i’s dual-screen OLED laptop, now upgraded with Meteor Lake for 2024. This cutting-edge technology promises a stellar user experience, blending sleek design with powerful performance.
    Can’t wait to see how this upgrade elevates the user interface and overall productivity. Lenovo continues to push boundaries in the laptop space.