This sleek 27″ all-in-one PC connects to your phone and has a rotating screen
Lenovo is no stranger to crazy, transformative tech ideas, and after its Yoga laptops that could bend 360 degrees, it has now unveiled a brand new all-in-one PC that comes with a 27″ rotating screen and allows you to wirelessly cast your phone.
The Lenovo Yoga AIO 7 as it is eloquently called is similar to existing rotating screens, but is one of very few all-in-ones with such a functionality. It also comes a successor to an original model released last year that had riveting success. Having a vertical screen is great for social media apps like Instagram and TikTok, but it’s far from only that as business users often use these screens for easier navigation of press releases and other documents.
This includes most phones. iPhones support AirPlay, most Samsung Galaxy models come with Miracast support, and only Pixel models do not support Miracast. If you want to connect a laptop, the only thing you need is a functioning USB-C port to extend the laptop screen to the Yoga AIO 7 and us it as a second screen.
The Lenovo Yoga AIO 7 looks sleek
And what a second screen it makes: you get a 27″ 4K panel with 95 percent DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, meaning you will get more vibrant colors than most panels that are limited to just sRGB colors. For easier viewing, the monitor also tilts at 5- and 15-degree angles, and can be lifted up to 72mm. The all-in-one also comes with 5W JBL speakers, more powerful than the previous model.
The Yoga AIO 7 comes with a 27 inch 4K screen with vibrant colors
And here is a list of the specs that the PC comes with, in case you are interested:
- AMD Ryzen 7 6800H / Ryzen 5 6600H APU options
- Up to a Radeon RX 6600M dGPU with 8 GB VRAM
- 16 / 32 GB LPDDR5 RAM
- Up to 1 TB NVMe SSD storage
- Wi-Fi 6 + BT 5.0
- Port selection: 2x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2, 2x USB-A 3.2 Gen 2, 2x USB 2.0, 1x USB-C 2.0, DisplayPort video out, GbE jack, audio combo jack
- External 170 W PSU
- 12.39 kg (27.32 lbs) weight
- Cloud Gray color
Do you mirror your phone or cast it to an external screen or a TV? Let us know whether this function alone will sell you on such a PC in the comments right below.