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Lenovo expands its Yoga lineup with the 510 and 710

MWC is usually more about phones and tablets, but Lenovo has decided it's the perfect location to announce a couple of new Yoga laptops. The Yoga 510 and 710 are the newest additions and are being touted as perfect travel companions, in part thanks to their small form factor.

Either 11- or 14-inches, the new Yoga laptops pack decent hardware for not a massive price.

The Yoga 710 comes in 11-inch and 14-inch models, with the smaller driven by latest generation Intel Core m processors up to an m5 as well as 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. The larger 710 can be specified with up to a Skylake Core i7 processor, up to 256GB of SSD storage, 8GB of DDR4 RAM and NVIDIA dedicated graphics. Both models claim around 8 hours of battery life and both have Full HD displays that can be folded right around to use like a tablet as is traditional with Yoga products.

The Yoga 510 comes in a 14-inch or 15-inch size, packs up to an Intel Core i7 processor and optional Radeon R7 M460 2GB graphics. Weighing just under or just over 2kg depending on the model, they're not the heaviest things you could think about throwing in a bag, either. Both models have a Full HD touch display and Harman Kardon audio.

The Yoga 510 will cost from €479 when it ships in April 2016, while the Yoga 710 will start at €799 and will be available in May.

Stay tuned for more coverage of Lenovo's latest announcements from Mobile World Congress, including hands-on, very soon.

Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

13 Comments
  • What's the dedicated graphics chip in yoga 710?
  • The usual question - when in India?
  • When in Kolak
  • They take three or so months after launch to bring it. College starting time is possible, so I suspect end June or max, mid July. However, new stuff comes in during festival time, so realistic expectation is Dusshera-Diwali sale period.
  • Are you not on the new windows 10 app?
  • Why are these specs info always leading (and often ending too, just like in this article) with UP TO bla-bla specifications? Often its like UP TO i7 xxxx and 250GB SSD (top of the specs) processor and storage for a 500$ (price of an starting model)? What are the base (starting) specs for the device, for a base (starting/cheapest model)? Please, try to give full pricing info if it's possible.
  • R7 M460? So I guess faster Tonga chips started to appear. Either that ... or it's AMD Polaris GPUs
  • So many Yoga devices !! Does anybody even bother about Yoga series anymore. ! Seriously confused and convoluted design and launch strategy from Lenovo.
  • Evidently they're very popular, and you're a Microsoft user complaining about launch strategies? That's funny... :)
  • Like it. Looking forward to see the y series with pascal chip, lenovo is rockin it with price points as well.
  • What's the difference between "m" and "i" professor? For ex. m5 vs i5.. I haven't seen m's before
  • M is designed for mobile and 2-in-1 laptops. M has lower power usage, lower clock speeds, fanless, and less than 9mm thin. I is designed for performance. Higher frequency, more number of cores and cache.
  • Good to see that Lenovo is bringing back the budget Yoga.