The 17.3-inch Lenovo Yoga Home 310 leaked via design company Red Dot 21 five days ago, and for a brief time it was official on the website of Lenovo Australia too, before they removed it again, though the link is still operational at least (http://www3.lenovo.com/au/en/consumer-all-in-one/yoga-home/yoga-home-310-series/YOGA-Home-310-17ISY/p/FFYHYH30241).
So by the looks of it the full model name and number may be Lenovo Yoga Home 310 (17ISY), or simply “product FFYHYH30241” as it says on Lenovo’s site.
It is said that this 17.3-inch device will feature both Microsoft’s Cortana Premium, as well as Lenovo’s AURA platform User Interface.
This is Lenovo’s largest Yoga device to date, and will go head to head against the 18.4 Samsung Galaxy View.
These devices have been referred to as AIO’s the last couple of years, but the AIO market now seems to consist of one category of lighter media devices that have touch screens and that are easy to use and carry around, with another category for top of the range desktop replacements with large screens, even large curved displays sometimes, 1TB of storage and 12GB or 16GB of RAM, and of course powerful AMD processor or Intel Core processor options.
The 34-inch HP Envy 34 is the best example of such a device in the latter category of powerful desktop replacement AIO (All In One) computers.
Unfortunately Lenovo did not win any design awards for the Lenovo Yoga Home 310 despite their submission. In terms of design, it looks the most similar to the smaller 12.5-inch Acer Aspire Switch 12.
– Tom Bowen