Lenovo Yoga 910 enters the battle of edge-to-edge display

Lenovo Yoga 910 enters the battle of edge-to-edge display

Dell’s XPS 13 is a beautiful device and its edge-to-edge Infinity display is the crowning glory of the notebook. But, it’s not alone in the battle of having the thinnest bezel on a full-blown laptop.


Enter the Lenovo Yoga 910, a successor to the Yoga 900, which has a 5mm bezel on top and at the side of its display. The screen can either be a 1080p or 4K resolution on a 13.9-inch panel. Thanks to the ridiculously thin bezel, the laptop is just as big as a conventional 13-inch laptop. Just like the XPS 13, Lenovo has to reposition the webcam to the bottom end of the panel.



Inside is the latest 7th Gen Intel Core i chipsets with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of SSD. Lenovo is also proud about the overall thinness of the laptop at just 14.3mm claiming it to be “world’s thinnest” Intel Core i convertible. There’s a promise of 15.5 hours of battery life despite the slim waistline of the device. There’s a fingerprint scanner that supports Windows Hello but no facial recognition with the awkward webcam, and USB Type-C ports plus a traditional USB port.

The Yoga 910 is expected to be released this October starting at $1,299 (~Php61k) in three colors — Champagne Gold, Platinum Silver, and Gunmetal.


This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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