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New Lenovo YOGA 900 flexes the goods


The Lenovo Yoga 900’s bright screen, comfortable keyboards, and the sturdy hinge makes it one of the  coolest bling laptops on the market today.

With a 13.3” QHD+ panel that displays true-to-life colours, a 3200 x 1800 native resolution, and an Intel HD Graphics 520 graphics card, users can precisely edit images and videos without worrying about messing up the resolution. It is also equipped with JBL Stereo Speakers and Dolby DS 1.0 Home Theater for high quality audio output.w

This laptop is light in weight yet heavy on performance. It can manage audio, photo and video editing simultaneously because it is powered by a 6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor and a 16-GB RAM. Users can expect nothing less than a powerhouse performance from the Yoga 900.

When Gossip Girl character Blair Waldorf said “Fashion knows not of comfort”, she obviously hadn’t met the Lenovo Yoga 900. Guess what, Queen B? Fashion does know comfort thanks to this sleek and stylish laptop. It weighs only 2.8 pounds and has a remarkable 0.59-inch thinness, making it the world’s thinnest Intel Core i device.

This lightweight laptop is so easy to tote around, you can switch to photo opp mode anytime without straining a muscle.

The Lenovo Yoga 900, enclosed in an aluminum magnesium case, comes in three stylish colours: Clementine Orange for those with pep, Platinum Silver for the minimalist and Champagne Gold to project luxury. Totally #OOTD-friendly!

Artists, like other professionals, need a break every so often. With its flexibility, the Yoga 900 can be a tool for an artist at work as well as a great companion for an artist at rest.

The star feature of the Lenovo Yoga 900 is its watchband hinge, which makes it the laptop that is as flexible as its user. It can be used for a limitless number of activities in four different ways: laptop, stand, tent and tablet modes.

Meanwhile, Lenovo Philippines donated devices to school students in remote areas through The University of San Carlos’ Chemical Engineering Society (USC ChES) and its Project LIBRO, which received Lenovo’s Most Innovative Award at the 13th Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) Awards last February.

Project Libro has a simple premise – to promote love of reading and provide educational reinforcement to pupils of remote public elementary schools in Cebu, with donated books and tablets.

“Lenovo believes in empowering youth through education and that is why we are in full support of Project LIBRO. Our hope is that through our devices and the educational materials included in them, kids will experience a richer kind of learning,” said Michael Ngan, Country Manager, Lenovo Philippines.

The TAYO Awards is an annual event recognising youth organisations for making a difference in their communities. Recently, USC ChES visited Tabla Elementary School, one of the beneficiary schools of Project LIBRO, for the handover of tablets from Lenovo Philippines. The school is located in Barangay Tabla, one of the most remote mountain barangays in the Municipality of Liloan, Cebu.