Today’s edition of gadgets review is more like a recap of the previous Consumer Electronics Show — the most anticipated tech trade show, which kicked off the first week of January and set the stage for the Lenovo Yoga Book 9i trends al-through the year. The Yoga Book eventually made it to the market at a $2,099 price tag despite several reactions that doubted Lenovo’s paradigm in manufacturing the laptop with dual-screen reflection.
While Techbooky Africa peeps through the CES show glass to observe the uniqueness of the laptop designs & hardware, basic function, performance, and other significant specifications. Lenovo’s paradigm-built portable hardware with dual-screen has left the gadgets enthusiast populace stunned including me about the model of the Yoga Book’s performance like a high-end machine for a notebook device.
Design & Hardware.
The hybrid notebook Lenovo modeled as Yoga Book 9i debuted the linage of a dual-screen laptop which makes the next model/edition a traditional paradigm hardware that keeps both screens autonomously functional and connected to a panel/motherboard and not panels/motherboards. Lenovo Yoga Book 9i is more of a notebook and less of a laptop with dual screens to worry less about HDMI and its cable accessibility on the device.
The notebook has a durable feeling and a metal shell with rounded edges that are nice to touch and look great with a shiny reflection of a hybrid notebook Lenovo designed as the Yoga Book 9i in one color. “My one complaint here is that while the included keyboard is color-matched to the case, the stylus and mouse come in a plain grey that feels a little aesthetically incongruous when working with the entire combined setup,” in line with user’s reactions to the Lenovo Yoga Book 9i.
With satisfying sticky sleek bodywork, the hinge of the Yoga Book maintains the dual screen at whatever angle you choose to twist the hinge that binds the halves. This tales the significance of the Yoga Book 9i and the notebook usage in different ways, including a standard laptop orientation with or without the hardware keyboard magnetically attached to the bottom display.
With the screen flipped all the way around in a single screen tablet mode; with the displays stacked on top of one another — my tales less narrative of the Yoga Book hardware design, else it is sighted up close.
The Yoga Book 9i has a 13.3-inch OLED screen to match the other half of the screen that is connected to a relentless hinge that allows any form of usage orientation. Lenovo also loaded the notebook with nice speakers that feature Bowers & Wilkins as the speaker developer.
Moving forward, the two thousand dollar notebook is built with a separate Bluetooth system for the screens as predictable, the mouse, and the keyboard as well. The stylish Yoga Book is inclined with Lenovo’s Digital Pen 3 or the Bluetooth system that powers the mouse and keyboard. The notebook keyboard is an origami-style foldable utility stand that also pairs up as a keyboard case.
“Something that’s fully expected in a first-generation device running early software. None of these hiccups prove annoying or distracting enough to compromise the overall experience of using the Yoga Book 9i, however, which is excellent on balance,” in line with users’ reactions to the Lenovo flagship notebook.
Hold that thought and take a deep breath then exhale after four seconds — Yoga Book 9i is powered by a 13th generation Intel Core i7, comes with 16GB of DDR5X RAM, has integrated Intel Iris X graphics, and a 1 TB SSD, according to Lenovo which is amazing right, I know right. The two OLED screens have 2.8K resolution and are HDR-capable with 400 nits max brightness and 60Hz refresh rates.
Lenovo placed other accessories with three Thunderbolt 4 ports — one on the left and two on the right. The connectivity aspect of the notebook has WiFi GE and the Bluetooth 5.1 multipurpose system to support the dual-screen and the detachable origami keyboard This computer is awesome and I have no choice but to save up to own a piece of this hybrid computer that guises itself as a two-in-one tablet.