Lenovo has announced the launch of the AMD-powered Yoga 6 in India. It is the first-gen consumer convertible laptop that sports a unique hybrid design of metal and soft-touch materials wrapped in striking blue fabric.

Commenting on this launch, Shailendra Katyal – Executive Director, Consumer PCSD, Lenovo India said, “Our design-conscious Yoga consumers believe that technology should add purposeful value to their lives and to make it free of poor battery life, lacklustre entertainment quality, and security concerns. It is our passion to build smarter PCs with unique style elements and craftsmanship, that can adapt to these innovative consumers’ needs and keep them connected and motivated. With the blue fabric-wrapped Yoga 6, we aim to up the ante in the market and show how one machine can be a perfect blend of premium experience and powerful technology – which is something that millennials have always looked for in a premium device.”

It brings a 13.3-inch display and has a Full HD touchscreen display at 300 nits brightness with a backlit keyboard too. Uttering about performance, it ensues with an 8-core, AMD Ryzen 4000 Seriesmobile processor. There is a 60 WHr battery that promises up to 18 hours of battery life. This Yoga 6 also offers WiFi 6, and up to 16GB DDR4 memory, there is also support for 1TB SSD PCle M.2 of storage. There is some more features present, like an adjustable 2-level backlit keyboard, and also enhanced security features such as a built-in fingerprint reader and TrueBlock webcam privacy shutter.

As far as price is concerned, the Yoga 6 laptop is available for pre-order on Lenovo.com at the price of Rs. 86,990. It will go on sale on 10th March across Lenovo.com, Amazon, and Flipkart, and will be available across offline retail channels later.

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