Unboxing and full tour of Lenovo’s Yoga Book C930, a dual-screen Windows 10 laptop slash tablet, featuring an eInk display which doubles as a keyboard, sketchpad and eReader. This hands-on review covers the specs, benchmarking performance, Precision Pen and the rest of the hardware.
Windows 10 convertible laptop/tablet devices are quite common these days, with Microsoft’s own Surface Pro being one of the best and most popular. The Yoga Book C930 is a similar price (starting from £1100 in the UK), and while the specification isn’t quite as impressive, you do get a highly flexible ultrabook design.
This Intel Core i5 model sports just 4GB of RAM and integrated graphics, so gaming is a no-go (unless you’re talking basic stuff). However, it seems to be fine for simple creative tasks. The Yoga Book is certainly one of the more interesting 2019 laptops we’ve tested, while Lenovo’s Precision Pen support makes it a good companion to artists and professionals.