Laptops are, in essence, productivity devices. This means, most of the time, they’re designed with performance in mind. Looks, on the other hand, are secondary. What you’ll usually end up seeing are uninspiring laptops that look like they only belong in the office. But what if there’s a laptop that is powerful but also packs style? That’s where the Lenovo Yoga 6 comes in, and let us show what’s to love about this device.
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AMD Ryzen™ 4700U Mobile Processor with Radeon™ Graphics
Let’s start with the engine under the hood. What we have here is an AMD Ryzen™ 4700U Mobile Processor with Radeon™ Graphics, which is one of AMD’s most powerful processors for thin-and-light laptops, and can deliver advanced performance with its 8-core design.
More cores mean more performance. With the highest number of cores available for ultrathin laptops, the AMD Ryzen™ 4000 Series lets you do more, faster than ever before. Its revolutionary AMD 7nm “Zen 2” core architecture delivers an unprecedented increase in speed and performance for multitasking and heavy workloads in the newest generation of powerful ultrathin laptops. From app startup and web browsing to serious productivity and entertainment, everything is faster and more responsive.
Should you need to do some task that requires some graphics push, it also has AMD Radeon™ Graphics with boosted speeds over previous generations. With its ability to immerse you in every detail as you edit photos and stream your favorite shows in up to 4K resolution and HDR, AMD Radeon™ Graphics provides the best entertainment, built-in.
Memory-wise, you’re getting up to 16GB DDR4 RAM that can easily handle multiple applications, and up to 1TB SSD PCIe M.2 of storage for extremely fast read-write speeds to make sure that you can work around your files without taking much of your time.
Tired of the usual plastic or metal build? How about a fabric-wrapped cover? That’s what you’ll get on the Yoga 6. It’s clad in a hybrid of metal and soft-touch materials wrapped in a luxurious textile cover in Abyss Blue. The cover is fire and stain-resistant and feels nice in hands thanks to the subtly rounded edges. When not in use, the Yoga 6 won’t look like some gadget that takes space on your desk, instead, it may actually beautify it.
And when it’s time to do some work, you can easily pick it up, thanks to the light 1.32kg weight, and it will easily slide in your bag as it is only 17.1mm thin. Just take it with you and be productive anywhere.
Versatile 2-in-1 features
Again, the Yoga 6 is not just your typical laptop, and one of the reasons for that is the 2-in-1 features that make it a versatile device for various creative and productive uses. Thanks to the special 360-hinge that Lenovo Yogas are known for, it can change from laptop mode to tent mode for presentations, tablet mode if you need to doodle or write some notes, and stand mode when it’s time to relax and watch your favorite movie or TV series.
13.3-inch screen with pen support
We mentioned earlier that you can take notes with the Yoga 6. Well, that’s possible thanks to the compact 13.3-inch Full HD In-Plane Switching (IPS) screen with 300 nits brightness that also supports the optional Lenovo Digital Pen. It’s just 9.5mm diameter thin, has 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, has a configurable button, can prevent accidental clicks, and boasts a pencil-on-paper feel. If you’re a creative or simply want to boost your productivity with your personal touch, the Yoga 6 and the Lenovo Digital Pen are the right tools.
Amazing battery life
Productivity shouldn’t be hampered by poor battery life. That’s why the Yoga 6 is equipped with a large 60WH lithium-ion polymer battery that can provide up to 18 hours of life. It also features Lenovo’s Intelligent Thermal Solution 4.0 and Lenovo Q-Control which provides three AI-enhanced power profiles to extend battery life and boost performance.
Incredible warranty solution
Another feature of the Yoga 6 that’s designed not to hamper your productivity is its 3-Year Premium Care warranty service that comes with the device upon purchase. Its offerings such as a 24/7 direct hotline to technicians, comprehensive hardware and software support, and Annual PC Health Check provides an advanced and tailored level of care capable of reducing downtime, increasing efficiency, and keeping you moving.
As you can see, it’s possible to have performance and style in a single package. All you have to do is look for a laptop powered by the AMD Ryzen™ 4700 Series Mobile Processors, just like the Lenovo Yoga 6.
The Lenovo Yoga 6 is priced at PHP 49,995 and is available in Lenovo Exclusive Stores, the first Yoga Store in the world located at the 4th floor Cyberzone of SM North EDSA Annex, authorized resellers (https://lenovoph.com/AuthorizedResellers), and the Yoga Flagship Store in Lazada (https://www.lazada.com.ph/shop/lenovo-yoga/).
You can also follow Lenovo Philippines on Facebook and Instagram to get updates about the latest products and promos. For more information on the Lenovo Yoga 6, click here — https://www.lenovo.com/ph/en/yoga.
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