Q Control, according to a Lenovo press-release where the company appends a hyphen between the two words, is the name for the company’s “Intel Cooling Mode”. Enabled via a key on the device, Q-Control can “dynamically boost a PC’s battery life…to monitor the device’s thermal attributes and better control its fan”.
We can make out at least one USB Type-C port and a headphone jack too. Oddly, it seems that Lenovo has used images of multiple laptops in this promotional pack. While most of the photos of are a white Yoga laptop, there is a black one with different ports in the “Color-matched backlit keyboard” and “Up to 16 hours of battery 50 Whr” sections.
We have no idea when Lenovo will release this new Yoga Carbon (13″). Since it is a Tiger Lake laptop, we imagine that it will arrive after whenever Intel formally announces the architecture. Acer recently announced a Tiger Lake-powered laptop too, so Lenovo may announce the Yoga Carbon (13″) in advance of Intel unveiling Tiger Lake processors.