Lenovo refreshes its entire portfolio with a total of 38 new products recently. Among those, there are five Yoga series laptops including three editions of the Yoga 14s model. There is a Yoga 14s 2021 Core Exclusive OLED Edition, Core Exclusive Display Edition, and Core Standard Edition. It’s obvious, each one has its own key selling point.
First coming to the Yoga 14s 2021 Core Exclusive Edition. This model offers a 14-inch OLED full-screen display with a resolution of 2880×1800, 16:10 aspect ratio, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, 600nits brightness, and a 90Hz high refresh rate. Along with these, the display is certified with Double Rhine Eye Care and DisplayHDR 500 True Black. The support for Dolby Vision is another topping.
Time for the performance section. The 11th Gen Intel Core processor with 42W of high performance is powering the Core Exclusive OLED Edition laptop, pairing with 28.5W MX450 GPU, and 16GB dual-channel LPDDR4X-4266 RAM. The laptop is coming with a high 48.5W heat dissipation capacity.
Dimension wise this machine weights 1.38kg and 14.9mm thick. There are 2xThenderbolt 4 port, 1×3.5mm port, and USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 ports. Lenovo is providing a 95W high-energy PD charger in the box. The entire Yoga 14s 2021 Core Exclusive OLED Edition package costs 7,999 yuan which is around $1252 or INR 91,100.
Well, there are two more editions, Core Exclusive Display Edition, and Core Standard Edition. Both these models are pretty similar. The Core Exclusive Display Edition has two processor options – i5-11300H and i7-11370H, along with MX450 GPU. The pricings are 6499 yuan ($1,020/₹73,999) and 7,499 yuan ($1,175/₹85,400) respectively. The Core Standard Edition has equipped with i5-11300H and costs 6,299 yuan or around USD 985/INR 71,720.