Keeps the IT department happy
The ThinkPad L390 Yoga is designed to be secure and mobile. Its discrete TPM 2.0 chip and optional Match-on-Host fingerprint reader help to safeguard your data. What’s more, it weighs from just 1.56 kg and can be used anywhere.
Freedom to work anywhere
Thanks to the high-performance Intel® processors, high-speed DDR4 memory, and a 12-hour battery life, the L390 Yoga is no slouch. It also has Rapid Charge to boost the battery back up to 80% in just one hour.
From laptop to tablet and tent to stand, the L390 Yoga display is as flexible as you want it to be. As a result, everything from filling in spreadsheets and jotting down ideas to bedtime reading is as easy as turning a page.
...& completely practical
The L390 Yoga supports Active Pen Pro technology. With an optional Lenovo Pen, you can enjoy a natural writing experience. You can also choose to have a world-facing camera to photo and video the things directly around you.
Very well connected
With a full range of ports, including USB-C and HDMI, plus smooth wireless technology, the L390 Yoga lets you hook up all your favourite devices—and stay in the loop wherever you are. Available in black or silver color.
Easy on the eyes & the pocket
The streamlined L390 Yoga has a 13.3” touchscreen display, with IPS FHD technology for wide-angle viewing and enhanced colour quality. There's an optional backlit keyboard, perfect for low-light surroundings. You’ll even find the price agreeable, too.
Extra security at your fingertips
With an optional touch fingerprint reader, logging into your L390 Yoga is faster and easier than typing a password. In addition, should your 2-in-1 fall into the wrong hands, it's harder for someone to access your files without your fingerprint than it is without your password.
Looking for something? Ask Cortana
With up to Windows 10 Pro, you can say goodbye to hunting for files, photos, and meeting notes. And hello to Cortana. A search engine, secretary, concierge, and more, she can even things by dates and people's names, rather than by file names.