There's no radical design overhaul here though, with all the new Yoga devices focusing on internals. With the devices not set to arrive until October, Lenovo is promising "next-gen'' Intel processors, Wi-Fi 6 and rapid charging speeds. The latter is via Power Delivery 3.0, although no specific timings have been provided. 

The regular Yoga 7i comes with a Full HD (1920x1080) screen, alongside 8, 12 or 16GB of RAM and up a 1TB SSD. The Slim version bumps the screen resolution up to QHD (2560x1600), while 2880x1800 or 2240x1400 are your options on the Slim Pro. 

The latter will also become the first Yoga device to come with AMD Ryzen processors. These tend to offer benefits for content creation and power consumption, but it's worth sticking with Intel if gaming performance and overclocking are important to you. Both will be able to handle regular everyday usage without a problem. 

All now come with a more widescreen 16:10 aspect ratio, as well as retaining Lenovo's impressive 360-degree hinge.

The Yoga C740 currently sits in 7th place on our best laptop chart and scored an impressive 9/10 in our review, so we have high hopes for its successor. 

Elsewhere, Lenovo also launched the Yoga 6, a rebranding of the Yoga C640. This 13.3in FHD device will also come with AMD Ryzen processors and the same options for up to 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. There's also support for the Lenovo Digital Pen. 

All the new additions to the Yoga line will be released in October 2020. UK pricing is yet to be confirmed.

The news comes just a couple of weeks after Lenovo launched its Back to School lineup. Read more about that here