Lenovo is betting big on its new series of Yoga PCs that are slated to hit the Indian market during the festive season. The launch of the products – a sign that the Chinese tech giant is expanding its premium portfolio, was announced at the annual IFA show in Berlin on Friday.
The Yoga 920 – a convertible laptop, will hit markets worldwide from October and is expected to be available in India during Diwali. However, the company is yet to announce the launch date and price of the same for the Indian market.
The second device – the Yoga 720, is a 12-inch 2-in-1 convertible.
Lenovo has also announced the launch of Miix 520, which comes with a detachable 12.2-inch screen. This allows it to function as a standalone tablet PC.
Ken Wong, President of Asia Pacific and Senior Vice-President at Lenovo Group, said that the Indian market is moving towards more premium products.
According to research firm IDC, Lenovo held a 16.9 percent market share in the overall traditional PC market in India during the April-June 2017 quarter, occupying the third spot after HP and Dell.