Lenovo Yoga 720 15-inch: 2-in-1 Portable Laptop With Powerful Intel Core i7 processor

Lenovo helped popularize the convertible 2-in-1 with its Yoga line of PCs that are flexible enough to be both laptops and tablets. This Lenovo model by powerful hardware, super fast storage, and an elegant, lightweight design.

Launched earlier this year at Mobile World Congress, the Yoga 720 stands true to its flagship line by delivering a strong combination of features for its size. Lenovo designed this 2-in-1 around with an all-aluminum chassis that's smooth and feels comfortable in the hand. Lenovo Yoga 720 features a 15.6-inch Full HD 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution display, wrapped with Gorilla Glass, and with smaller bezels. It's thin, at 0.75 inches, and light, at 4.4 pounds. It's comfortable to use in most of its modes, which makes a perfectly serviceable notebook.

Powered by a speedy Intel Core i7 processor, super fast DDR4 RAM, and a Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics card, the Yoga 720 15 delivers strong performance. More so, storage options define traditional HDDs up to 1TB or SSDs up to 512GB. A touchscreen laptop, and its pressure sensitive with the optional Lenovo Active Pen 2. Connectivity stays on trend with USB 3.1 Type C and with Thunderbolt using the Intel controller. Users also get active pen support and a fingerprint reader for an easy Windows 10 authentication. Moreover, the Yoga 720 15 has two down-firing speakers located toward the front bottom of the chassis. Also, Yoga 720 15 is tuned by JBL and offers Dolby Audio Premium support.

It comes in Iron Grey and Platinum Silver and it looks attractive for consumers while still appearing professional for business people. The Yoga 720 15 offers great flexibility and great power. Anyone who needs a portable laptop that can handle more serious video and image editing tasks, or users who want the ability to play some modern games at 1080P in moderate settings, the Yoga 720 15 to surely an excellent choice.


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