Lenovo Yoga Book 9i can open two screens vertically or horizontally

Lenovo Yoga Book 9i review

Lenovo announced the laptop PC Yoga Book 9i that uses two full-size OLED screens. It will be available in June, starting at $2,099.99.

Lenovo Yoga Book 9i laptop PC that allows you to experience the flexibility of two screens and the potential of multitasking. A foldable cover and stand is included, and the two screens can be used vertically or horizontally, and a Bluetooth-connected keyboard and stylus are also included.

Normally, one application is displayed only on one screen of Lenovo Yoga Book 9i, and when you want to browse the web across two screens, you can display it in full screen across the two screens simply by placing five fingers.

You can also use Lenovo Yoga Book 9i in tent mode to give presentations during business negotiations, allowing you to show only the slides to the other party while referring to the presentation controls and dialogue on your own screen. Even during a web conference, it is possible to check the chat on the other screen while displaying the presentation on one screen.

The panel of Lenovo Yoga Book 9i measures 13.3 inch x 2 with 2.8K resolution 16:10, and is claimed to support 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and Dolby Vision HDR. It also features a Bowers & Wilkins 360-degree rotating soundbar and supports Dolby Atmos spatial audio.

The main Lenovo Yoga Book 9i specifications are 13th generation Intel Core i7 U15 series for CPU, LPDDR5X 16GB for memory, 512GB or 1TB PCIe 4.0 SSD for storage, and Windows 11 Home/Pro for OS. The interface is equipped with Thunderbolt 4 x 3, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, 5 mp IR + RGB web camera, etc.

The body size is 299.1 x 203.9 x 15.95 mm, and the weight is 1.38 kg.