Lenovo's premium Yoga C940 2-in-1 now available starting at $1,300
Snap up Lenovo's latest premium 2-in-1 Yoga in 14- or 15-inch models.
What you need to know
- Lenovo's Yoga C940 is now available to order.
- The laptop comes in two sizes, with Intel's 10th Gen Core CPUs popping up in the smaller of the pair.
- The laptop is available starting at $1,300 for the 14-inch model or $1,710 for the 15-inch model.
Lenovo debuted its new Yoga C940 at IFA 2019, and now you can get your hands on one. The premium 2-in-1 is available in two sizes as a follow-up to last year's Yoga C930. The 14-inch model ratchets things up with Intel's new 10th Gen CPUs, while the new 15-inch version relies on Intel's 9th Gen chips, but with some extra graphics power.
The C940 keeps everything that made the C930 unique, all wrapped in an all-metal chassis. There's a pen dock that's built into the body, and a rotating soundbar lives in the display hinge.
On the display side of things, both models can be fitted with a 4K DisplayHDR certified screen, and there's Dolby Vision support for compatible content.
The main difference between the two sizes lies in the choise of processors and graphics. The 14-inch model includes 10th Gen Core i5 and i7 processors and integrated graphics. The 15-inch model, meanwhile, can be equipped with a 9th Gen Core i7 or i9 processor, and it includes a little extra graphics power with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 chip.
Otherwise, you're looking at up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage and 2TB of storage on the 14-inch and 15-inch models, respectively. There's also Windows Hello support with a fingerprint sensor and Dolby Atmos certification on the rotating soundbar.
If you're curious, you can pick up the 14-inch Yoga C940 now starting at $1,300 and the 15-inch model starting at $1,710.
The new Lenovo Yoga C940 now comes in two sizes, with Intel's 10th Gen CPUs tagging along on the smaller model.
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