Lenovo calls its Yoga Book 9i a laptop technically it is a tablet with the hinge serving as a divider. The screens themselves don’t bend and both displays can be used for one image or for working on two separate apps at the same time. One use would be to give a presentation on one while “viewing the chat and advancing slides from the second screen.”
The Yoga Book 9i will come with a “detachable Bluetooth keyboard”. Lenovo also says that it supports the Smart Pen, but it’s unknown if the stylus is a part of the launch package.
The OLED screens are 13.3-inches across, each outputting a 2.8K resolution image (2880x1800 pixels) at 60Hz. They feature “100 percent DCI-P3 color accuracy and Dolby Vision HDR” that should deliver vibrant, detailed visuals.
For audio, the dual-screen laptop comes with “Dolby Atmos spatial audio” and a sound bar that houses speakers from Bowers & Wilkins.
Powering everything is a 13th-gen Intel Core i7-U15 CPU and an Iris Xe GPU so it is not going be much chop for gaming. Running two screens, the Yoga Book 9i can run for 10 hours using both screens at a low brightness setting.
It supports for Wi-Fi 6E, a maximum storage capacity of 1 TB, and 16GB of LPDDR5X.
When it launches June 2023 in Tidal Teal it will have a starting price of $2,099.99 i