Lenovo Yoga 510 is getting a Kaby Lake refresh
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Lenovo’s upcoming successor to the Lenovo Flex 4/Yoga 510 briefly appeared on the company’s website, providing users with plenty of details about the improvements that were made before the page was taken down. This improved convertible notebook, apparently called the Yoga 520, will allow users to choose between a 14-inch and a 15.6-inch screen, upgrade RAM up to 16GB and upgrade the CPU up to a Core i7 Kaby Lake processor.
The specs do not provide details on the 15.6-inch panel, but the 14-inch one is a 1920x1080 pixel display. Lenovo says that the 2-in-1 will have substantially smaller bezels to improve the viewing experience, downsizing from 12.3mm to 7.6mm. On the whole, the laptop’s dimensions have been reduced ever so slightly to 12.9 x 9.0 x 0.8 inches, down from 13.24 x 9.13 x 0.82 inches on the older model. The convertible notebook also comes with an optional fingerprint reader, a 360-degree hinge and support for Lenovo’s stylus, the Active Pen.
Prices for the current 14-inch Lenovo Flex 4 vary from $370 to $950 depending on the configuration. Additional information about pricing and availability will likely be announced at MWC later this month, where Lenovo is also expected to launch the Yoga 720 convertible notebook and the Miix 320 2-in-1 tablet.
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