Microsoft Surface Book vs Lenovo Yoga 900: Book beats Yoga in specs, features comparison
Surface Book that Microsoft introduced in the market some two months ago has impressed almost everyone. The first laptop from the tech giant hasnâ€™t disappointed the market. Instead it has impressed both the analysts and the end users.
The demand for the beautiful Surface Book from Microsoft hasnâ€™t slowed down a bit. There is no denying the fact that with the launch of Surface Pro 4 and the new glitzy laptop from the software giant, Microsoft has strengthened its image as a long term and credible market player in the hardware segment too.
In the meantime the market leader is also facing tough competition from other tech companies. Largest PC and laptop maker Lenovoâ€™s Yoga 900 is another impressive machine that is hogging limelight along with Surface Book.
Lenovo 900 has is the newest version that replaces Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro and comes at a price of $1199. Yoga 900 is extremely beautiful and just 2mm thick device that measures around 14.9mm. With inbuilt aluminum steel body, Yoga 900 Pro is available in three different colors: silver, orange and gold that weighs around 1.3kg.
The laptop comes with impressive innards too. When it comes to processor, Yoga 900 is built utilizing Intel Core i7 processor with expandable memory storage of up to 16 GB. With an aspect ratio of 16:9, the device has only 1MP front camera and powered by 4 cell battery.
On the other hand when used as a laptop, Surface Book weighs 1.51kg. The keyboard slot has its own battery that is made of magnesium alloy. The Surface Book has a resolution of 3000×2000 with a pixel density of 267ppi. The device is available in two different processors: Intel core Skylake dual core and Intel i7 processor. Surface Book, which has a Random Access Memory capacity of 16 GB RAM, its external storage can be increased up to 1Tb depending on the configuration.