Fresh off of the recent unveiling of the Lenovo YOGA Duet 7i, the company has launched a very similar 2-in-1 in China as simply the Lenovo YOGA Duet. It comes together as a part of a bundle along with a stylus and keyboard for 6999 yuan, or $981.
In terms of configuration, the Lenovo YOGA Duet is essentially just a downgraded variant of the YOGA Duet 7i, as confusing as the naming scheme is. It runs on Intel’s tenth-generation Core i5-10210U CPU, paired with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD.
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Otherwise, it’s got the exact same 13-inch 2160×1350 resolution IPS display on the front. The tablet weighs 799g, which goes up to 1.19kg with the keyboard. We’ve got the same 42Wh battery, as well as the same connectivity options with a USB Type-C port, a headphone jack and an SD card reader.
There’s a 5-megapixel camera at the front of the display, and there’s another 5-megapixel camera over on the rear. It’s overall a fairly good looking device, and it’s not priced too ridiculously either. For now, it’s a China exclusive device, though we can probably expect it to appear in other markets soon.