Today before IFA 2017 officially kicks off, Lenovo unveiled the new Yoga 720. The device aims to offer a premium experience at a much lower price than what’s previously been offered.

Specifically, this thing starts at just $649.99. It features an aluminum body and weighs just 2.53 pounds. The screen is reversible thanks to the 360-degree hinge. Speaking of which, the display on this guy measures in at 12.5 inches and has a Full HD resolution. It’s obviously a touch screen, but it’s also compatible with Lenovo’s new Active Pen 2 which features 4,096 levels of sensitivity and has a quick shortcut button. Users can opt for up to an Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of SSD storage. There’s also Harman-branded speakers with Dolby Audio, an 8-hour battery, two USB-C ports (one for charging and one for data transfers), and a backlit keyboard.

Lenovo says the Yoga 720 will go on sale this October for anyone interested in buying it. It’ll be available in Platinum Silver, Iron Grey, and Black.


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