Acer Spin 7 vs Lenovo Yoga 910: Lenovo Is Champion in Design, Connectivity, Display and Processor and Price? [DETAILS HERE]By Shunie Pearl C. Dela Cruz
Acer Inc. made and announcement for having the thinnest 2-in-1 laptop when they launched the Acer Spin 7 the top competitor for Lenovo Yoga 910. Acer won the title as the world's thinnest laptop but reviews revealed that Lenovo ditched Acer when it comes to laptop's portability, design, connectivity and display.
Thickness is just one factor that's why the Digital Trends made a head-on comparison between the two top contenders of the world's convertible laptop. The review revealed that Yoga 910 is one step behind from Spin 7 when it comes to processing power because of the latter's utilization of the 7th generation of Intel Core i7 the Y series chip that replaced the previous chipset Core M. Also, when it comes to portability, Spin 7 steals the crown for being the lightest among the two having a weight of 2.65 pounds compared to the 3.04-pound Yoga 910.
However, Yoga 910 whoops past ahead Spin 7 when it comes to design because of the unique touches the laptop inhibits such as the hinge which looks genuine, metal cylinders similar to a fancy wristband when it bends and the two-in-one distinct colors like silver and gunmetal that look great. Whereas, the Spin 7 exhibits an ordinary looks.
Silicon Angle spotted the advantage of Yoga 910 over Spin 7 when it comes to connectivity. Yoga 910 offers wide choices of ports with USB Type-C 3.0 with video alongside 2.0 with charging, an active USB 3.0, audio combo jack built with charging feature and a 4-in-1 card reader. Spin 7 sports two USB Type-C 3.1 audio jack on the other hand. Furthermore, when it comes to price, Lenovo Yoga 910 has $100 price difference ahead of Acer Spin 7.
As a conclusion, when it comes to hardware, Lenovo Yoga 910 deserves the championship title. The laptop offers wide range of options and exhibit powerful features not to mention its 4K display and huge battery.