Lenovo has a knack for thinking outside the box when it comes to PCs and its new Yoga Home 900 is no different. This premium 27-inch all-in-one offers premium performance in a slim profile and packs a bunch of features that will please the entire family.
It's a great all-around laptop with powerful processors, crisp displays and a lot of storage space. Lenovo's Smart Hinge also lets it be positioned in a way that most other laptops can't and it makes the Yoga one of the most portable PCs on the market. The trackpad isn't perfect and the screen is quite reflective, but these are minor niggles on what otherwise is a superb machine.
When it comes to graphics, the Intel HD 520 integrated with Skylake is far superior to the Broadwell GPUs in the older Yoga models, and it allows the PC to run more demanding games with ease. In 3DMark's Fire Strike test, the Yoga scored 840, which is well ahead of the 710 from the HP Spectre x360 and the 630 from the Dell Inspiron 13 7000. It's only behind the 854 from the Surface Book with integrated graphics though, which is a bit of an achievement considering that it's a much thinner and lighter machine.
Despite the premium price tag, the Lenovo Yoga Home 900 is still very affordable compared to other all-in-one PCs with similar specs. It costs less than the $1,399 Asus Zen AiO PC with a 4K display and RealSense camera or the iMac that starts at $1,099 with a stunning 1080p display.