If you've had your eye on the new Lenovo Yoga C930 since it debuted at IFA 2018, now's your chance to get your hands on one. The premium convertible is now available starting at $1,400, with prices ballooning from there depending on your configuration.
The Yoga C930, like its Yoga predecessors, is a 2-in-1 that can be used in a variety of different positions thanks to the flexible hinge. But for 2018, Lenovo has stepped things up a notch by including Dolby Vision HDR in the 13.9-inch display (either 1080p or 4K). Sound quality has also received a lot of attention, with Lenovo engineering the hinge to contain a rotating soundbar with Dolby Atmos.
As is the case with most laptops, there are a variety of different hardware configurations available with the C930. Those start with the $1,400 model, which packs an 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of SSD storage. The C930 tops out at nearly $2,000 with the maxed-out model, which brings to the table an Intel Core i7-8550U processor, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of SSD storage.
Whether you pick the entry-level or top-end model, or anything in between, you'll also snag a 720p front-facing camera, an integrated fingerprint reader, and support for inking with the Lenovo Active Pen.
We'll have a review for the Yoga C930 soon, but for now, you can check out our initial hands-on look at the laptop from IFA 2018. But if you're ready to pull the trigger, you can snag the Yoga C930 starting at $1,400 at Lenovo now.
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