Lenovo Yoga Book 9i is an ultrabook with two OLED screens

The idea of a laptop equipped with two screens isn’t exactly new, with various concepts having been presented over the years at various technology fairs. A few models have made it to market, but the secondary screens were usually smaller or in a more awkward format, but Lenovo thinks it has finally found the solution for such devices with the Yoga Book 9i, a computer similar in design to the Surface Neo model announced by Microsoft a few years ago.

Yoga Book 9i could be the first dual-screen laptop that could also be practical

Lenovo unveiled the Yoga Book 9i at CES 2023, where it’s pitching the model as a laptop of regular shape and size that happens to have screens on both sides of the interior. Both are made on OLED panels and are 13.3″ diagonally, with 2.8K resolution. Both screens are touchscreens and are identical in all respects. The laptop also comes with a keyboard that can be attached above the bottom screen, but can also be used remotely via Bluetooth.â

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Also included in the package is a case that can be used as a stand to place the two screens vertically in landscape or portrait mode, and a stylus for handwriting or drawing.

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The hardware configuration is ultrabook-like, with a 13th generation Intel processor with Iris X GPU, up to 16 GB of LPDDR5X RAM, up to 1 TB of internal storage, and 10 hours of dual-screen and 14 hours of single-screen battery life with an 80 Wh battery. The only physical ports available are three USB Type-C, and on the wireless side we have Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2.

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Pricing starts at $2,099 USD, and the launch is scheduled for June.

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