In today’s world, it seems like everyone has a smartphone. And with the Lenovo Yoga AIO 7, we want to make sure your smartphone is the best it can be. That’s why we’ve created a device that not only complements your smartphone, but also enhances it.
Lenovo has refreshed the AIO 7
Lenovo has announced a refresh to the Yoga AIO 7, its 27-inch all-in-one desktop PC. The new model will include a 4K monitor as well as a screen that can rotate 90 degrees. The Yoga AIO 7 is not going to be sold in North America, but will be available in other select geographical markets. Pricing for the new model has not been announced, but last year’s model started at $1,599. The new Yoga AIO 7 will include a feature that wasn’t available on the previous model: the ability to wirelessly cast your smartphone’s screen to the 27-inch rotation monitor. Your phone must support DLNA, AirPlay, Miracast, or LElink for this feature to work.
The rotating form factor
The rotating form factor has gained recent popularity in part due to the growth of vertical video formats across social media. It's not just for watching videos anymore! The Lenovo Yoga AIO 7 takes advantage of this growing trend with a rotating screen that can go from landscape to portrait mode in a snap. This could also be a potentially hilarious way to experience TikTok. Inside, the device is powered by AMD’s Ryzen 6000 processors with optional AMD Radeon RX 6600M graphics. As with last year’s model, you can also plug a laptop into the AIO 7 via USB-C to control both devices with the same peripherals.
Rotating displays did not begin with the AIO 7
Rotating displays are not a new invention. In fact, they've been around for a while, first popularized by televisions and then Chrome OS desktops. However, it is still unusual to see a rotating display in an all-in-one computer. That's why Lenovo's announcement of the Yoga AIO 7 was so exciting — it's the first of its kind. The AIO is a desktop computer that features a rotating display. This means that you can use it in one of two ways: as a traditional desktop or as a laptop. Lenovo also announced a number of other devices in the Yoga and IdeaPad lines today, many of which prioritize combining power with portability. The AIO, for those in countries where it'll be available, is an interesting desk-bound option for those who need more screen real estate.
Lenovo has once again refreshed the popular AIO 7 all-in-one touchscreen PC with a rotating form factor. This time around, in addition to the traditional laptop, stand, and tent modes, you can also enjoy movie-watching or video-chatting in tablet mode. The Yoga AIO 7's large rotating display is perfect for multi-tasking and offers an immersive, panoramic experience for all your entertainment needs.
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