Good news for people who like to look and feel classy. The Lenovo Yoga 9i is here. The latest addition to the Yoga 9 series, the Yoga 9i is available in both 15- and 14-inch, and as a 14-inch non-convertible laptop called the Yoga Slim 9i.
Inside, the 14-inch Lenovo Yoga 9i convertible laptop, and the 14-inch non-convertible Yoga Slim 9i, is the latest innovation by Intel; the upcoming Tiger Lake processor and the new Thunderbolt 4 connection standard, which according to Lenovo will enable the latest Yoga laptops to deliver super-fast transfer speeds.
What’s even more relieving is that these Yoga 9i models have the same rotating speaker built into their hinge that their predecessor, the C940, had. The C940 was praised for its audio so we can expect the new Yoga 9i models to deliver the same superior quality of audio.
Moreover, a little bird told us that both Yoga 9i laptops come equipped with a garaged stylus that completely changes the game by charging inside the PC when you are not using it.
WHAT IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE YOGA 9I MODELS?
The 15-inch Yoga 9i is heavier than the 14-inch Yoga 9i at 4.4 pounds (2kg). It also boasts two Thunderbolt 3 ports, GPU up to Nvidia’s GTX 1650 Ti with Max-Q design, and 10th-Gen processors up to the Core i9 HK Series.
The Yoga 9i models will be available sooner than you think as word on the street suggests that they might be launched in October. The 14-inch Yoga 9i models are expected to start around £1046 for the metal version and around £1271 for the leather version, while the 15-inch Yoga 9i models are expected to start around £1345.
As far as the Yoga Slim 9i is concerned, Lenovo is expected to release the 14-inch non-convertible laptop in November, a month after the release of the Yoga 9i models, and it is expected to start around £1196.
Though these are just rough estimates obtained from sources close to Lenovo, the prices are expected to fall around these estimates.