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Lenovo Launches Dual-Display Yoga Book 9 Laptop

Yoga Book 9 Laptop. Lenovo has unveiled its latest convertible laptop innovation – the Yoga Book 9 – packing not one but two identical 13.3-inch OLED touch displays. As Lenovo’s newest flagship productivity laptop, the dual-screen design looks set to enable new versatility.

The twin 2.8K OLED panels impress on paper with their 400 nit peak brightness, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, Dolby Vision HDR support, and Eyesafe low blue light certification. 60Hz refresh rates keep the motion smooth.

Power comes courtesy of a 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with integrated graphics, up to 32GB LPDDR5 RAM, and 1TB PCIe SSD storage. The versatile Windows 11 device ships with Lenovo’s Digital Pen 3 and a Bluetooth keyboard.

A quad-speaker setup tuned by Bowers & Wilkins promises immersive Dolby Atmos audio, while a 1080p webcam with IR facial recognition handles video calls. Connectivity includes the latest Wi-Fi 6E and Thunderbolt 4 via USB-C.

Yoga Book 9 Laptop

The slim 15.9mm chassis houses an 80Wh battery for over 9 hours of use, rechargeable via 65W USB-C Power Delivery when required. At just 1.28kg, the Yoga Book 9 also promises a serious portable appeal.

While pricing remains unconfirmed, Lenovo’s unique dual-screen play sets the Yoga Book 9 apart as a premium productivity laptop. The twin OLED design offers new horizons for multi-tasking compared to single-display convertibles.

For users who can utilize the expanded screen real estate, the Yoga Book 9 shapes up as one of 2024 most enticing mobile workstations. Lenovo may have another category-defining convertible on its hands.

Kere O. Jonathan Okoh

I, Jonathan. I'm the Chief-Editor @JaybestTechReview And The Chief Engineer @Jaybest Tech Repairs. My work on the tech industry {Tech Reviews & Tech Hardware Repairs} is out of passion, with the intention of helping others solve their difficulties on their smartphone and publishing informative tech contents. When I'm not writing tech, then I'm fixing Tech, when I'm not fixing tech, then I'm reading tech.

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