CES 2019 | Lenovo Yoga C730 2-in-1 will have a 4K UHD OLED display for $1650 USD
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Not to be outdone by HP and Dell, Lenovo will be introducing its own OLED option for one of its upcoming laptops. The manufacturer's existing 15.6-inch Yoga 730 convertible will be updated for 2019 as the Yoga C730 with a new 4K UHD AMOLED SKU.
Much like the older OLED-equipped ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the new panel option will offer extremely fast black-white and gray-gray response times, much deeper contrast levels, and potentially more accurate colors than the typical TN or IPS panel. Lenovo is also claiming less eye fatigue from OLED due to a reduction in blue light emissions.
Other than the new AMOLED touchscreen, the Yoga C930 chassis looks to be exactly the same as last year's Yoga 730. As such, we recommend checking out our existing review on the Yoga 730 for more information on what to expect from the Yoga C730 since both share very similar qualities.
Lenovo is promising an April launch date and a hefty starting price of $1649 USD. No word yet on a U.S. launch likely because Lenovo wants to test consumer interest in the technology first before investing in more units and regions.