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Lenovo’s new all-in-one PC features a swiveling hinge for work-from-home comfort

Lenovo is going all-in on products that support the new normal of working from home at next week’s all-virtual Consumer Electronics Show 2021. The company unveiled a new all-in-one Yoga 7 desktop PC, as well as two new sleek monitors, the Lenovo L24i-30 and Lenovo L27e-30. The new monitors and all-in-one were announced alongside a new IdeaPad 5G and refreshed ThinkPad models.

Lenovo Yoga AIO 7

Available in select markets (but initially not the U.S.) in February 2021 and starting at $1,599 is the Lenovo Yoga AIO 7. This all-in-one desktop is unlike any other, as it sports a rotatable hinge to let you swivel the display from the traditional horizontal mode to a fully vertical position. This allows for a more personal setup in home offices compared to traditional all-in-one PCs like the HP Envy 32. The addition of wireless casting means you can also use the display remotely.

The Yoga AIO 7 features a slim bezel design and has soft-texture, JBL Harman-certified speakers. There’s a detachable 5-megapixel webcam on the top, too. The resolution of the display comes in at 4K. Lenovo is promising that the Yoga AIO 7 is the “world’s first all-in-one desktop computer screen with a 27-inch 4K IPS display supporting both 99 percent DCI-P3 and 99 percent Adobe RGB color standards.”

Under the hood, the Yoga AIO 7 can be configured up to the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H processor, with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 GPU.

Lenovo L24i-30 and Lenovo L27e-30

The Lenovo L24i-30 and Lenovo L27e-30 will lead Lenovo’s new consumer monitor series. Both monitors are scheduled to become available in March, with the L27e-30 priced at $190, and the L24i-30 priced at $160.

Both monitors feature slim bezel designs and have hidden cable-management features, as well as an integrated smartphone holder which can help tidy up a workspace. The stand on the monitors is made of metal, and the color options include “Raven Black.”

As for display resolution, the two monitors come in at 1920 x 1080. Lenovo says both displays feature Eye Comfort technology certified by TÜV Rheinland to help minimize blue light and flickering. For gamers, the monitors support AMD FreeSync, and sport refresh rates of up to 75Hz via the HDMI input port.

If you’re looking for more information about what to expect at CES 2021, you can take a look at our predictions for computing ahead of the event.

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