LEN­OVO YOGA 920

HWM (Philippines) - - Test -

The Len­ovo Yoga 920’s roots can be traced back to the Yoga 3 Pro from 2014. The watch­band hinge, so syn­ony­mous now with the Yoga, was first in­tro­duced then. In terms of de­sign, the two share many sim­i­lar­i­ties, and as a re­sult, the Yoga 920 can look a bit dated and not quite as fresh as some of its ri­vals.

In terms of di­men­sions, the Yoga 920 mea­sures 13.95mm thick and weighs 1.37kg. It is fairly thin, but in terms of weight, it is ac­tu­ally heav­i­est note­book here. For­tu­nately, there’s a good ex­pla­na­tion for that and that’s be­cause the Yoga 920 hap­pens to have the largest dis­play and bat­tery of all the note­books in this shootout.

The Yoga 920 fea­tures a 13.9-inch touch­screen IPS dis­play, and is the only note­book in this shootout with a 4K res­o­lu­tion (3,840 x 2,160 pix­els). As a re­sult, text and images look in­cred­i­bly sharp and crisp. Col­ors are also bright and vivid.

The one thing that we dis­like about the dis­play is its huge bot­tom bezel, and it makes the Yoga 920 big­ger than it ought to be. Be­cause of this and its larger 13.9-inch dis­play, the Yoga 920 has the largest foot­print of all the note­books too.

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