Lenovo’s new Yoga all-in-one has a rotating display for better TikTok videos and Twitter scrolling


Lenovo’s brand-new Yoga all-in-one has a turning screen for much better TikTok videos and Twitter scrolling

Lenovo has a new Yoga computer system out, but it’s not a laptop– it’s the new Yoga AIO 7 desktop. But while it might look like a basic all-in-one desktop, like its more portable cousins, the Yoga AIO 7 does have a display trick up its sleeve: the entire screen can turn around, transforming the 27- inch landscape monitor into a vertical form aspect.

Naturally, the capability to rotate a display isn’t a completely originality. Standalone desktop displays have provided the function for years, making it much easier for users to show content that’s better fit to a taller panel like Twitter feeds, long documents, or TikTok videos. However it’s far rarer to see the idea on an all-in-one computer.

The Yoga AIO 7 in its basic mode.
Image: Lenovo

The idea is reminiscent of Samsung’s Sero TV from in 2015, a similarly turning item that scaled up the concept to a full-sized 43- inch television in reaction to the popularity of vertical video formats from apps like Instagram and TikTok (which, in turn is straight due to the ubiquity of mobile phones with camera). Lenovo appears knowledgeable about the potential for a vertical TV, promising a future software application upgrade that will effectively let the AIO 7 function as a full-fledged 4K wise TELEVISION.

When it comes to the specifications, the Yoga AIO 7 provides an option in between 2 27- inch 4K panels (one routine and one that satisfies Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 color standards); a choice in between AMD’s Ryzen 7 4800 H and Ryzen 5 4500 H CPUs; Nvidia’s integrated RTX 2060 GPU; either 16 GB or 32 GB of RAM; and a mix of PCIe and HDD storage choices (topping out at a 1TB SSD and a 2TB hard drive, respectively).

Of particular note is how Lenovo is benefiting from USB-C with the Yoga AIO 7. Plug in your laptop computer with a USB-C cable television, and you’ll have the ability to utilize the Yoga AIO 7’s hardware– including the display screen, speakers, mouse and keyboard, power supply, and even the integrated hard drive– straight with your laptop.

The Yoga AIO 7 is currently offered in China (where its called the Yoga 27), but it’ll be out in “select markets” in February starting at $1,599


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