And it seems to work like magic.
At CES 2023, Lenovo presented its new dual-screen Yoga Book 9i offering multi-mode functionality and convenient design decisions.
The laptop, built on the Intel Evo platform, is engineered "to provide seamless communication experiences across a wide range of apps while minimizing the impact on responsiveness, battery life, and connectivity."
The possibilities of the setup are plentiful. You can open two apps on different screens or make them into a big continuous one. Yoga Book 9i provides many shortcuts and gestures to make using it easy and comfortable.
The laptop comes with a stylus and a magnetic keyboard. You can attach the latter and use the two screens or turn one of the displays into a keyboard with a touchpad complete with buttons. There is also a hybrid version: the physical keyboard can be put onto the screen so you can use the touchpad but still type using real keys.
Yoga Book 9i's main selling point is its 13.3-inch 2.8K OLED PureSight displays with 100% DCI-P3 color accuracy and Dolby Vision HDR. It also has the latest Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The system is powered by Windows 11.
The laptop's price will start at $2,000, which is a lot of money, but those who had a chance to test it have mostly positive feedback, so it's probably worth it.
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