Chinese technology giant Lenovo is betting big on the premium tag with introduction of a new series of 'Yoga' PCs that are slated to hit the Indian market during the festive season.
The launch of the products, a sign the company is expanding its premium portfolio, was announced at the annual IFA show here today.
The 'Yoga 920' -- a convertible laptop -- priced over USD 1,399 will hit markets worldwide from October and is expected to be available in India during Diwali, an official said here.
However, the company is yet to announce the launch date and price for the Indian market.
Weighing 1.37 kg, the Windows 10 operating system-powered PC has a long-range voice-activated support, a digital pen, a biometric fingerprint reader for instant log-ins, with an in-built camera.
The second device -- 'Yoga 720' -- (12 inch) is a 2-in-1 convertible weighing 1.15 kg, with prices starting at USD 549.
Lenovo has also announced the launch of 'Miix 520' -- which features a detachable 12.2-inch screen, priced USD 649 onwards. The detachment feature allows the PC to be used as a standalone tablet PC.
Ken Wong, President of Asia Pacific and Senior Vice- President at Lenovo Group told
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