Lenovo has just launched its all-new Yoga AIO 7 this monitor has a unique form factor. The all-in-one Yoga device is a 27-inch monitor that can rotate at a back hinge, hence converting it into a vertically positioned monitor. This device is not the first to perform this 90° switch, other devices such as the HP Chromebase all-in-one use this same switch technique. The Lenovo Yoga AIO 7 stands out from the other devices with a similar form factor with its specs.
The new Yoga AIO uses a 27-inch 4K resolution narrow edge display. This display has a 95% DCI-P3 colour gamut and can max out its brightness to 400nit, hence providing rich colours. Buyers have an option as to the processor on board this device, the choice is between the AMD Ryzen 7 6800H (more powerful, more expensive) and AMD Ryzen 5 6600H (less powerful, less expensive). The RAM of this device also comes in two variants, it comes with both 16GB and 32GB LPDDR5 memory. The ROM is over 1TB of SSD fast storage. The Yoga AIO 7 comes with a lot of inbuilt peripherals for device connection and user integration.
Currently, this device is not available for sale, but it is set to go on sale as soon as the month of June. Once it hits the shelves, it’ll retail for roughly about 10,500 yuan. Not everyone will consider this to be a convenient price, but for what you are getting it is a good starting point. This monitor will sell alone without a mouse, keyboard, camera, etc, all other items will be bought separately.