Lenovo unveiled the new YOGA 3 Pro, an ultra slim convertible PC featuring new intelligent Harmony software that adapts to user’s app picks and preferences.
Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro will be available beginning at the end of October starting at MSRP €1,599, Lenovo said.
The new 13-inch YOGA 3 Pro features thin and light frame thanks to the new watchband hinge constructed from more than 800 pieces of steel and aluminum.
The new YOGA 3 Pro shaves off 17 percent from its predecessor’s frame at just 12.8 mm thin and weighs 1.19kg – 14 percent less than before.
YOGA 3 Pro is available in three colors: Clementine Orange, Platinum Silver or Champagne Gold.
The adaptive software Harmony allows YOGA owners a new way to discover applications and customize how they behave when used. For example, when reading an e-book, Harmony will automatically change the brightness and color temperature according to the environment lighting.
When using presentation software, Harmony can enable motion control or touch depending on the mode, or when watching video it can optimize the audio settings. Harmony can recognize and optimize the experience with more than 50 of the most popular applications.
Harmony also recommends which apps other YOGA owners find useful and provides a handy shortcut to the apps used most frequently in each mode.
The QHD+ 3200×1800 display with Gorilla glass offers a number of functionalities: editing of images in Laptop mode, video chatting in Stand mode, watching movies in Tent mode or online shopping in Tablet mode.
The device is powered by Intel Core M processor, offers up to 512 GB SSD and promises up to nine hours of battery life. It supports high-speed 802.11 a/c WiFi2.
“The new Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro design is an outstanding example of the innovation we are seeing in 2-in-1 systems,” said Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group at Intel.
“With its incredibly thin design and four modes, combined with the processing performance in our new Intel Core M processor, users now have amazing flexibility on a single 2-in-1 system to work and play the way they want to, whether it’s enjoying content like movies and music or working on their next presentation,” Skaugen said.