Lenovo's second wave of CES 2019 announcements is all about its consumer-facing Yoga PCs. On the mobile PC side, there's the clamshell Yoga S940 with its AI sensors that can tell when someone is looking over your shoulder and the Yoga C730 with its 4K AMOLED display. But there's also a Yoga all-in-one, the Yoga A940.
The Yoga A940 is something of a Surface Studio competitor, with an adjustable display that can be set to a 25-degree angle. Naturally, it has active pen support as well, but there's also support for the new Lenovo Precision Dial. If you haven't guessed, that's a Surface Dial competitor.
It doesn't have the same 3:2 aspect ratio as the Surface lineup though. This 27-inch screen is still 16:9, offering resolutions of 3840x2160 or 2560x1440, both of which are equipped with Dolby Vision HDR support. That display is powered by an AMD Radeon RX 560 GPU with 4GB GDDR5. On top of that, it comes with eighth-generation Intel Core processors (Coffee Lake), and up to 32GB DDR4 RAM.
Lenovo also introduced the Yoga Mouse with Laser Pointer. It is exactly what it sounds like, with a laser pointer that you can use to present.
The Lenovo Yoga A940 is coming in March, starting at $2,349.99, while the Yoga Mouse is coming in June for $69.99.