LENOVO YOGA 920
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.