Is the Lenovo Yoga C940 available with a 10th-Gen Intel chip?

The Lenovo Yoga C940.
The Lenovo Yoga C940. (Image credit: Windows Central)

Is the Lenovo Yoga C940 available with a 10th-Gen Intel chip?

Best answer: Absolutely! The Lenovo Yoga C940 14-inch variant is available with a variety of 10th-Gen Intel chips.14-inch model: Lenovo Yoga C940 (14") (From $1,150 at Lenovo)15-inch model: Lenovo Yoga C940 (15") (From $1,610 at Lenovo)

Why do 10th-Gen Intel chips matter?

Intel's 10th-Gen CPUs are incredibly valuable and worth trying to get, as they offer substantially more processing power than what you'll get from Intel's older 8th-Gen and 9th-Gen laptop processors. Whether you're working hard or enjoying entertainment, you'll be able to feel the increased CPU speed.

The 14-inch version of the Lenovo Yoga C940 is available with 10th-Gen chips, but unfortunately, the 15-inch variant is not. Thankfully, though, the bigger laptop's processing is still extremely capable since it comes with high-end 9th-Gen CPUs, which fall just below the capabilities of 10th-Gen.

Why get a Lenovo Yoga C940?

The Lenovo Yoga C940.

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Aside from the impressive processors, there are many other reasons to get the Lenovo Yoga C940. It's available with a crisp, gorgeous 4K HDR display that has an anti-glare coating and 500 nits of brightness, which will make all visual media look stunning. On top of that, it's got a killer Dolby Atmos speaker system, Bluetooth 5.0, and support for Wi-Fi 6. The 14-inch version of the device comes with Intel Iris graphics, while the larger model is fitted with an NVIDIA GeForce 1650 GPU, allowing it to handle games pretty efficiently. Both variants can be equipped with up to 16GB of RAM and 2TB of SSD space.

In terms of physical design, the Lenovo Yoga C940 is pleasing as well, coming in at just under three pounds and featuring a slim profile with slim bezels, too. The icing on the cake is the fact that it has two Thunderbolt 3 ports and a USB-A 3.1 port. All in all, this laptop is a beast, so you should absolutely check it out.

Brendan Lowry

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