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Author Topic: Lenovo’s Wonderful AIO Yoga A940 Gets Unboxed, & Detailed  (Read 52 times)
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« on: January 24, 2019, 03:43:55 PM »
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One of the standout products at the Lenovo booth at CES 2019 was their new AIO, the Yoga A940. It’s pricey, it’s big, but it’s also beautiful and a Microsoft Surface Studio Killer. The 27-inch 4K machine gets a detailed unboxing and rundown below and I recommend you check it out.

The device has a new type of dial, that can be programmed with shortcuts, useful for Photoshop. It also comes with a high-end pen, thousands of levels of pressure. There are LED lights underneath and wireless charging pad for your phone. It can also tilt for the designers and drawing folks who need a new angle for their layers of work.



Lenovo Yoga A940 also has Dolby Vision support and can be tilted to a 25 degree drawing mode. Interestingly, while Microsoft sells the Dial as a separate accessory, similar to the tool you’d use to crack a safe, the Lenovo Precision Dial is integrated into the PC, on the side. It makes precise selections and adjustments to options, content and more.



There’s also a kickass Dolby Atmos System for a rich acoustic experience, courtesy of front-facing speakers, plus a second set of speakers. You can get this product in Quad HD or 4K resolution versions and both panels have Dolby Vision HDR. Specs are of course crazy, like an 8th Gen Intel Core i7, up to 32 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of PCIe SSD.

4 USB 3 ports are here, plus two USB 2 ports, a single USB 3.1 port and a 3 in 1 card reader. Expect an April release starting at $2349.99.

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