- The Force is powerful in Lenovo’s new Yoga notebook
- Limited edition notebooks to go on sale in December
STAR Wars fans have much to rejoice in as Lenovo has introduced a special limited-edition Star Wars-themed Yoga Y920 notebook in conjunction with the science fiction blockbuster’s release next month.
The Star Wars Special Edition Yoga Y920 will be available in Malaysia in December 2017 and features one of two visually striking designs in either black for the Empire or white for the Rebel Alliance.
Slim and sleek, the Y920 embodies some of the best design features from Lenovo with an intricately detailed watchband hinge. Encased in an all-metal unibody that weighs just 1.37kg, the notebook has a near edgeless 4K-resolution display.
Being part of the Lenovo Yoga line-up expect this notebook to be able to convert into four different modes from laptop, tablet, stand and tent.
It is not all about the looks though as the Y920 can be configured up to an 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB memory, 512GB PCIe of storage and up to an amazing 15.5 hours of battery life.
With a 13.9-inch UHD wide-angle IPS touchscreen it is great for work or watching the Star Wars trilogy all over again.
You get an integrated fingerprint reader for secure and instant biometric authentication to prevent critical information, like the Death Star’s plans, from falling into the wrong hands.
Other cool technology that comes packed into this laptop include far-field technology that enables Microsoft's Artificial Intelligence system Cortana to recognise voice commands from up to 4m away.
Have a stroke of creativity or need to jot something down? The optional Lenovo Active Pen 2 gives you to pen-on-paper precision.
To get your hands on the special edition Yoga 920, prices start from RM8,888 at Lenovo Exclusive Stores and Lenovo Multi Brand Stores in December. It will also be available online at Lenovo's Lazada Store.
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