Lenovo’s Yoga 920 touts a quad-core chip and long-range voice control

Lenovo’s convertible laptops and tablets haven’t always been known for brisk performance, but you definitely won’t have that problem this year. The PC maker is launching three new machines, two of which (the Yoga 920 convertible and Miix 520 tablet) make use of 8th-generation Intel Core chips whose quad-core power should handle most tasks with grace. They’re better for voice commands, too — the 920 and 520 have far-field microphones that let you talk to Cortana as far as 13 feet away. If you want to check the weather while you’re on the other side of the room, you don’t have to move an inch.

Source: Lenovo

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