There's a crowd in the ultraportable space, including long-established models like the Microsoft Surface Pro 8, Dell XPS 13, and HP Specter x360 14.
While the $1,729.99 Yoga 9i isn't on par with these devices when it comes to craftsmanship,
it's certainly a pleasure to use and has some eclectic array of unique perks that make it stand out from that crowd.
The main one is the OLED display, which has (thankfully) been upgraded to a 16:10 aspect ratio,
as many of Lenovo's premium laptops from last year.
Other upgrades over last year's model include a new edge-to-edge keyboard that includes an additional row of function keys,
a larger touchpad, and rounded corners and edges that make it easier to use and the design more comfortable. There are.
Lenovo has fixed almost every issue I had with last year's Yoga 9i and I am very pleased with the result.
owever, the device is more difficult to obtain now than it was last year.
It's a great laptop that keeps getting better and I wish it wasn't so hard to buy right now.