Lenovo recently launched two new premium series of laptops at IFA 2017. The Yoga 920 and Yoga 720 series of convertible laptops were announced at IFA last week. The Chinese technology company plans to bring these new laptops to India around Diwali.
The company plans to expand its portfolio with premium laptops in India. The Yoga 920 laptop comes at a price point of above Rs.100,000 (USD 1,399) and is expected to hit Indian retail shelves in October this year. Lenovo hasn’t announced an official launch date yet but the company had made its plans clear about an October release.
The Yoga 920 laptops will be powered by Windows 10 and can be converted to be used as a tablet. They feature a Lenovo Active Pen 2 stylus and a fingerprint reader for authentication.
Meanwhile, the Lenovo Yoga 720 is a 12-inch convertible laptop which starts at a price point of Rs.42,000 (USD 649). Lenovo also announced the Miix 520 which is a 12.2-inch convertible laptop with a detachable display.
Lenovo is confident that the Indian PC buyer market is more premium-friendly now than ever before. The company said, in an official statement, that it plans on making the most out of its premium laptops in the coming few months. Lenovo is currently the third largest PC seller in India, right after HP and Dell.
The company also launched Moto X4 smartphone at IFA last week. We’re still awaiting an official confirmation on a possible Indian launch date for the smartphone.