Thanks to smartphones, tons of people are more comfortable looking at a vertical screen than a horizontal one these days. If you’re one of those people and you have a lot of money lying around, Lenovo’s newest desktop PC might pique your interest.
Announced as part of the company’s CES lineup, the Lenovo Yoga AIO 7 is a high-end home PC with a built-in monitor that you can shift into a portrait orientation. The 27-inch 4K display can do that not only for applications you run on the PC but for videos and webpages you cast to it from a mobile device.
Lenovo is also bundling in a keyboard, mouse, and detachable webcam. In terms of nitty-gritty specs, it’s powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 4800H processor and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card, both of which may explain why Lenovo is putting a $1,599 price tag on the Yoga AIO 7. Things like 4K and ray tracing don’t come cheap, folks.
And now for the bad news: Lenovo isn’t committing to a North American release yet. It’ll be available in “select markets” starting in February, so maybe there’s a way for people on this continent to snag one, but it probably won’t be as simple as just purchasing one like you normally would. It’s already available in China, for what that’s worth.
If and when Lenovo decides to bring the Yoga AIO 7 stateside, just be prepared to pay a hefty price.