Lenovo is still convinced that there's a place for portable battery-powered All-in-Ones that it updates its massive 27-inch home tablet- the Lenovo Yoga Home 900. It now features a slew of apps ranging from productivity essentials to entertainment needs, some hefty, powerful hardware, and an ample battery life to keep it afloat when it's far away from the power outlet. Tabletop PCs still have a place in the market, and Lenovo wants its latest offering to hit mainstream success for its device market to make consumers believe that there is great reasoning behind a machine such as a 27-inch All-in-One.
To put it bluntly, the Lenovo Yoga Home 900 bears a heavily similar specs sheet from last year's model - it comes with a 27-inch display with 1080p resolution, and a three-hour battery life to juice it up and make it a truly portable device. As far as the internals go, it comes with a fifth generation Intel Core processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and 1TB of hybrid hard drive. The screen features a tilting base that will allow its users to lay it flat. By then, the Lenovo Yoga Home 900 brings in the company's homegrown touch-friendly user-interface called the 'Aura,' an easy-to-use UI that would appear as befitting to tabletop PCs.
Users can also chip in for an NVIDIA GeForce 940 should they want to use it as a daily casual gaming machine. Lenovo adds a slew of gaming apps such as board games and tabletop games like Monopoly, Risk, poker and casino games. There's also Microsoft's own app store or Lenovo's own curated app store to add into the equation when users are looking for more apps to tinker and play with.
The Lenovo Yoga Home 900 will be available later this month and will carry a starting price of US$,1449.00. International availability and prices are yet to be announced officially, and it's still unknown if Lenovo plans to sell it in different regions.