But the speed is not the only root here: The L390 is 18.8 mm thin and weighs 3.2 kg, making it brighter lighter than the predecessor. Even though yoga is as swallowed, it weighs a little more at 3.44 kg. Both packet fingerprint reader, with Lenovo encrypts data on its dTPM 2.0 chip and 1
3.3 “full HD monitors.
From $ 889 for the base model, bendy yoga is pricier than its regular sibling – but you also get more bang for your buck. As you can expect from a touchscreen hybrid, Lenovo binds in its Active Pen stylus when switching to tablet mode. En-upping L390s 720p camera, Yogo also clicks in a “world-wide” camera (read user-friendly) and an infrared camera with Windows Hello compatibility for fast logins.
But if you’re willing to eliminate these benefits to save a few hundred dollars, the L390 base will bring you back $ 659. It’s also much less than you would pay for Lenovo’s premium ThinkPad X1 Carbon or X1 Extreme and its series P series. As usual, there are a decent amount of ports, including USB-C for power – with Lenovo that promises up to 14 hours of battery life for the L390 and 12 hours of Yoga – an HDMI port and a Micro SD slot. Both laptops are on sale this month.