This Thursday (5), Lenovo presented at CES 2023 the Yoga Book 9i laptop, a notebook that has two monitors – but not a foldable screen. Unlike the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold format, which is a single folding display, the Yoga Book 9i has screens physically separated by the speaker and external hinges, more like the Microsoft Surface Duo.
Equipped with 13th generation Intel Core, the Yoga Book 9i is a high-end notebook with support for the Intel Evo platform. Its two screens are OLED and support content with up to 2.8K resolution, in addition to being compatible with HDR technology. For those looking for a productivity-focused laptop, the Yoga Book i9 is an option.
Two monitors in one device
The Yoga Book i9, with its two 13.3-inch screens and 16:10 aspect ratio, will allow the user to more easily work with two screens. As well as the Asus Zenbook 17 Foldone of the screens can be transformed into a keyboard, with a space being separated for the touchpad.
For the use of two screens, there is still support for the consumer to use the notebook in portrait or landscape mode. In addition to the physical keyboard, which fits into one of the screens, the Lenovo Yoga Book i9 can be used with a stylus pen. And of course, you can still use both screens without a keyboard since it’s touchscreen.
The processor that equips this laptop is the Intel Core i7-U15, with Intel Iris Xe graphics. The Lenovo Yoga Book i9 can be configured with 512GB or 1TB of storage. The RAM memory is 16 GB. On the audio side, the speakers are provided by Bowers & Wilkins and support Dolby Atmos.
price and availability
In the United States, the Yoga Book 9i will arrive at a price of US$ 2,099.99 (R$ 11,250.07 in direct conversion). The bluetooth keyboard and the stylus Smart Pen, from Lenovo itself. It will be released in June of this year.