Lenovo has now unveiled the brand new Lenovo Yoga Book C930, which is a 10.8-inch dual-screen tablet with a real virtual keyboard and secondary E-Ink screen on the one pad and a regular display on the other. It will be launched from €999 in September, with a US release price of $949.
So there are two huge changes to the revolutionary new Lenovo Yoga Book 2, which is the power saving e-Ink display that can be used as a virtual keyboard for 30 languages as well as a secondary display that consumes almost no battery. The other huge change is the swap to options of a Intel Core M3-7Y30 processor or Intel Core i5-7Y54 processor. So these are substantial changes over the Intel Atom processor of the predecessors.
This Windows 10 version of Lenovo Yoga Book C930 has 4GB of RAM too, which altogether provides Lenovo Yoga Book C930 benchmark scores of 3100 in single-core, and 5900 in multi-core scores on Geekbench 4 with Intel Core m3, and around 3650 and 6440 respectively with the Intel Core i5 processor. The GPU is an Intel HD Graphics 615.
Storage is good too, with up to 256GB of SSD storage built in, and microSD card support up to 512GB.
The resolution of the 10.8-inch screen of the new “Lenovo Yoga Book 2” is a solid 2560 x 1600, while the E-Ink Mobius display can be used to draw on, write on, used as a display, or used as a keyboard and has a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
Another new feature is that the pen attaches magnetically to the tablet/convertible. This is a 4096 pressure level sensitive pen.
Lenovo Yoga Book C930 specs also includes two USB 3.1 Type-C ports, Dolby Atmos stereo speakers, dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, a fingerprint reader, and optional 4G LTE later as well.
The Lenovo Yoga Book C930 is 9.9mm thick when closed, with a weight of 775 gram, and a 8.6 hour battery life.
Lenovo certified the new Yoga Book as both Lenovo Yoga Book 2 and Lenovo Yoga Book 2 Pro back in May, so we’ll see how Lenovo brands these new Lenovo Yoga Book models moving forward.
– Tom Bowen