Yoga 9i of Lenovo offers a more robust design, excellent processing power, and remarkable graphics performance than its competitors. It brings the same high-quality hybrid form factor to a roomier display. The hybrid’s snappy Intel Core i7 H-Series CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti graphics of Yoga 9i provide the best user experience. Its Fire Strike score points to decent 3D proficiency and 35fps in Superposition’s 1080p High preset indicates modest gaming performance. Point to be noted that it has a long-life battery and metal chassis sleek slate-gray color. The build itself is top quality, a sturdy system with essentially no flex in any area. The exact measurements are 0.78 by 14 by 9.4 inches (HWD) and 4.4 pounds. It is reasonably portable and has a lot of screens to grasp and rotate.
The big Yoga 9i is certainly a functional solution for those who won’t compromise on screen size and want only occasional tablet or kiosk use. One feature that does make it easier to use in different configurations is the included stylus. Tapping away with the pen in tablet mode is more precise and feels more natural than using your finger. The pen slots nicely into the system’s right side when not in use, where it will charge until you reach for it next time. The bezels aren’t imperceptibly thin like some ultra-portables, but they’re skinny enough to keep the system’s overall size relatively compact and make the display look larger. Its 4K (3,840-by-2,160-pixel) panel provides full HD or 1080p resolution. The device has a touch-screen, bright and sharp display with vibrant colors.
The keyboard is a breeze to type on and this 15-inch model features a full-size number pad. The touchpad is especially smooth, tracks nicely, and is firmly set in place. The left flank of the laptop is home to two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3 support, as well as a headphone jack. The right side includes just one USB 3.1 Type-A port, leaving this laptop a bit short on physical connectivity. The USB-C connections support DisplayPort monitor connections and charging. The base model is available at $1,449.99 and features 4GB GTX 1650 Ti, a slightly more modest 12GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD. Lenovo Yoga 9i with a six-core Intel Core i7-10750H processor, 16GB of memory, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti GPU, and a 1TB solid-state drive will cost you $1,799.99. Moreover, an eight-core Core i9 CPU and a 2TB SSD would cost you $2,169.99.