Lenovo’s new Yoga 910 convertible laptop isn’t just thin or light, it’s a pretty impressive powerhouse. The company introduced the new YOGA 910 and the Yoga Tab 3 Plus Android tablet this week, and the laptop’s design might look familiar.

“We’re moving from a PC market where one size fits all to one of multiple sizes and fits. Consumers want to be able to choose the form factor that best meets their lifestyle needs, not adapt their lifestyle to new technology,” said Johnson Jia, Lenovo’s senior vice president, PC & Smart Device Business Group. “And the Yoga range will continue to drive PC innovation forward. But we can’t take all the credit – we thank our customers for their continuous feedback. These products are here because of our customers and we are confident the new Yoga 910 will meet their expectations.”

Basically the Lenovo Yoga 910 is a Macbook Air that runs Windows 10, only thinner. The company is calling the Yoga 910 the world’s thinnest Intel i7 Core convertible, it comes in with a thickness of just 14.3mm. The new device also features a new 4K or Full HD screen option. Whether you pick 4K or HD, both options feature a near edgeless display (with a 5mm bezel) that offers more screen area, increased pixel density and 100% percent sRGB color gamut coverage. The Yoga 910 also comes with Dolby Audio premium, and offers up to 15.5 hours of battery. Lenovo has also embedded an advanced fingerprint reader into the Yoga 910, so users can quickly log onto their PC using Windows Hello.

The case is an all-metal unibody design, with options like Champagne Gold, Platinum Silver and Gunmetal. Since it is a Yoga model, users can use the device in laptop mode, stand mode, tent mode and tablet mode. The watchband hinge now provides an even smoother, more accurate transition between its modes. This means that previous models of the Lenovo Yoga should be getting a discount if you are looking for a cheaper option at this time.

As for the Yoga Tab 3 Plus, that offers a 10.1-inch 2K display with Technicolor Color Enhance and Dolby Atmos. The device packs four front-facing JBL speakers and offers four separate viewing modes. With Lenovo Media Cast, users can also stream audio (via Bluetooth) and video (via Miracast) to the Yoga Tab 3 Plus from another device. The four viewing modes are stand, tilt, hold or hang. The Yoga Tab 3 Plus comes equipped with a 9300 mAh smart power management battery offering over 18 hours of battery life along with a 24w fast charger.

The Yoga 910 will be available starting in October 2016, the Yoga Tab 3 Plus will be available starting in November 2016.