Today at CES 2020, we were treated to a look at the world’s first ever 5G laptop - the Lenovo Yoga 5G.
5G has been growing rapidly in the last few years, but so far it’s been exclusive to mobile platforms. Now, we’ll be able to get our hands on a laptop that can utliize this ultra-fast connection for everyday computing, video chat, and gaming.
The laptop was announced at the Qualcomm keynote speech at CES 2020 alongside announcements around auto technology and their advancement to autonomous driving. But, as cool as that was, we were more focused on the idea of always being connected to 5G with our laptops.
Being connected to a 5G network on your laptop could mean lag-free gaming, ultra-fast connections for video chats and streaming without the frustration of buffering.
The Lenovo Yoga 5G laptop is set to launch in Spring 2020 and will retail for $1499.
- Windows 10
- Ultra-fast connectivity
- Full HD streaming
- High-quality video chat
- Gaming on the go without low latency
- Secure internet connection – anytime, anywhere
- Snapdragon 8cx 5G Compute Platform
- mmWave & Sub-6 Ghz
- 14-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen
- eSIM support
- Fan-less, quiet design
- Qualcomm Adrene 680 GPU
- Dolby Atmos
- Integrated fingerprint reader with Windows Hello