Star Wars hype is reaching its fever pitch here in Singapore, and with The Last Jedi arriving at theatres in December, why not give in to your inner fanboy/girl and get yourself the new Star Wars-themed Special Edition Yoga 920 from Lenovo!

The much coveted and limited edition convertible laptop will come either in Rebel Alliance (white) or Galactic Empire (black) designs together with the stunning Gorilla Glass covers. The lightweight (1.37kg) and all-metal body of the Yoga 920 is not just visually appealing, but when coupled with the near edgeless 4K display, makes it an ideal choice for immersive experiences.

The specs of the 920 are not too shabby either:

  • Up to 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB memory, 1TB of storage and 15.5 hours of battery life;
  • An 13.9” UHD and FHD wide-angle IPS touchscreen;
  • Windows 10 OS and twin Thunderbolt 3 technology ports;
  • An integrated fingerprint reader for secure, instant biometric authentication;
  • four modes: typing in laptop mode, presenting in stand mode, browsing in tablet mode, or watching videos in tent mode;
  • Far-field technology that enables Cortana — a voice-activated intelligent assistant — to recognise voice commands from up to four meters away. Use Cortana to easily add items to a shopping list, play music, check the traffic, send a short email, track packages and much more. Cortana even uses AI to learn from its owners, so the Yoga 920 grows smarter over time;
  • And an optional Lenovo Active Pen 2, which enables pen-on-paper precision — with 4,096 levels of pen sensitivity — with no discernible lag.

Available for pre-orders at the Consumer Electronics Fair (CEF) 2017, the Star Wars Special Edition Yoga 920 starts at S$2,999.

Show off your allegiance and get yourself some sweet gear at the same time with the Yoga 920, we know you want it!


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