Lenovo Yoga C640 unboxing and first impressions

Announced at IFA 2019, Lenovo's Yoga C640 is the entry level to the company's Yoga lineup. The model that the company sent me costs $599, which isn't bad for a 13.3-inch convertible PC with pen support.

That price gets you a Full HD display, 8GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD. The CPU that it comes with is an Intel Core i3-10110U, which is from the firm's Comet Lake lineup. The 14nm chip is still dual-core with four threads, and it uses UHD Graphics. If you want something a little better, Lenovo.com actually has one with a Core i5-10210U and a 256GB SSD.

Another big change, however, is that it has an Intel processor at all. 2018's Yoga C630 WOS actually had a Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 chipset. Aside from being a Windows on ARM PC, there were no USB Type-A ports, and it charged via USB Type-C. The C640 is different though, packing two USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A ports, and while it has a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port, it doesn't support charging.

Check out the unboxing video below:

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