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Lenovo Yoga Book 9i has two 13-inch OLED screens

2023-01-06 16:27 by
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Lenovo is announcing the Yoga Book 9i laptop at CES - the first laptop with dual OLED displays.

Lenovo is highlighting the Yoga Book's ability to be used in offices and classrooms, using software to notetaking or giving presentations while looking at one screen and showing the other. You can switch between using the two screens separately or combining them into one display with a five-finger tap. You can use the three Thunderbolt 4 ports for plugging in accessories or other devices.

Each OLED screen has 2880×1800 pixels in a 16:10 aspect ratio. That's 255.36 pixels per inch (ppi) for each panel and 10,368,000 pixels total. That's 12.5 to 25 percent more total pixels than a 4K screen, depending on whether it's 16:9 or 16:10.

Each screen runs at a 60 Hz refresh rate and claims a max brightness of 400 nits. Each screen's brightness is individually adjustable. Lenovo also claims 100 percent DCI-P3 coverage, and each screen supports Dolby Vision HDR.

There's also a detachable Bluetooth keyboard, which can be used separately from the device or attached to it in order to mimic a clamshell laptop, as well as a stylus. Windows 11's window management and snap tools should also help with the dual-screen layout.

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