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Lenovo Yoga S940 Expands the Yoga Brand to Conventional Laptops – Review Geek



At CES 2019, Lenovo reps said they're moving the "yoga" brand beyond the original Yoga laptop.

That's why the Yoga S940, despite its flexible name, is a conventional clamshell laptop without a double rotating hinge or a touch screen display.

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3.9-inch laptop is an eye grabber with a 4K screen covered in contoured glass as you might expect on a smartphone. (A 1080p option is available on the base model for the frugal buyer.) Tiny bezels recall Dell's much-loved Infinity Display laptops … but this one has enough space for forward-facing speakers on either side of the keyboard. They are rated for Dolby Atmos, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Atmos.

Core specs include 8th-gen Intel Core processors, either 8GB or 16GB of RAM, and between 256GB and 1TB of SSD storage. Lenovo says the laptop will last for 15 hours on a charge with the 1080p screen, but that gets significantly chopped to 9.5 hours with the 4K option. Ports are triple USB-C, two of which feature Thunderbolt video capability, plus a headphone jack.

There's not much to set the Yoga S940 apart in terms of stand-out specs, and it's the lightest (2.64 pounds) nor Thinnest (12.2mm) laptop here at CES. When it comes to debuting in May-we feel it's a clear winner among Lenovo's consumer-facing laptops. It will start at $ 1500 for the base configuration.

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