Lenovo - Yoga 720 12.5" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i3 - 4GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive - Platinum

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Touch screen Complete daily work tasks with this 12-inch Lenovo Yoga laptop. The Intel Core i3 processor and 4GB of RAM let you power through to-do lists, and the 128GB solid-state drive stores important files securely. The wide-angle touch-screen display of this Lenovo Yoga laptop has ultra-thin bezels to let you see more of your videos.

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Lenovo Yoga 720-12IKB 81B5
    • 3-cell battery
    • Power adapter

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    85% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (192 out of 226)

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    Features


    • Intel 7th Generation Core i3

    Windows 10 operating system

    Windows 10 brings back the Start Menu from Windows 7 and introduces new features, like the Edge Web browser that lets you markup Web pages on your screen. Learn more ›

    Built for Windows Ink

    Enjoy Ink driven experiences in apps like Office, Messenger, Microsoft Edge, as well as apps from brands like Adobe. Windows Ink is integrated with Illustrator to bring you an intuitive pen experience. Pen sold separately.

    12.5" Full HD multitouch screen for hands-on control

    The 1920 x 1080 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity. Touch, tap, glide and make the most of Windows 10. IPS technology. LED backlight.

    7th Gen Intel® Core™ i3-7100U mobile processor

    Smart dual-core processing performance for HD-quality computing.

    4GB system memory for basic multitasking

    Adequate high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run multiple applications and browser tabs all at once.

    128GB solid state drive (SSD)

    While offering less storage space than a hard drive, a flash-based SSD has no moving parts, resulting in faster start-up times and data access, no noise, and reduced heat production and power draw on the battery.

    360° flip-and-fold design

    Offers four versatile modes — laptop, tablet, tent and stand. Lenovo Transition automatically switches specific applications to full screen when changing from PC to tablet, tent or stand position.

    Intel® HD Graphics 620

    On-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming.

    Built-in Harman/Kardon speakers

    DTS Sound creates a virtual surround sound experience for your music, movies, streaming Web content and games.

    Bluetooth 4.1 interface syncs with compatible devices

    Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the desktop and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.

    1 USB Type-C port

    To maximize performance on the latest high-speed devices.

    1 USB 3.0 port maximizes the latest high-speed devices

    USB 3.0 port is backward-compatible with USB 2.0 devices (at 2.0 speeds).

    Wireless network connectivity

    High-speed wireless LAN built into the screen, so it connects to your network or hotspots on the most common Wi-Fi standards in both laptop and tablet modes.

    Built-in HD webcam with microphone

    Makes it easy to video chat with family and friends or teleconference with colleagues over Skype or other popular applications.

    Built-in fingerprint reader

    Streamlines security settings for quick, typo-free access.

    Additional port

    Headphone/microphone combo jack.

    Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Core, Atom, Ultrabook, Intel Inside and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


    Customer rating

    4.2
    85%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    3.7

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      After Win 10 & BIOS update it's quick and stable

      Posted
      DocJekl
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      The TL;DR version is that is's speedy and stable for day to day tasks, with well over 6 hours of battery life when used hard. The pro's outweigh the cons, and I believe that I will be keeping this past the 30 day return window. While my primary computer is a late 2014 15" Macbook Pro, I was looking for a small portable budget 2-in-1, mostly to run Quicken 2017 financial software. Quicken running in a PC emulator on my Mac became too slow as my data file grew over the past 15 years. And running my copy of Win 7 Ultimate in Bootcamp for Mac to speed things up wasn't an option, because I needed occasional access to my Mac while using Quicken or other PC apps. I first looked at several sub $400 2-in-1 laptops, including a $190 Lenovo with Celeron and 2GB/64GB, and a $330 HP with Pentium and 4GB/500GB 5400 rpm drive. Demoing these proved them to be too slow with even simple tasks or booting up, as was any other unit without an SSD or at least 4GB of RAM. PROS: The Lenovo Yoga 720 blew those others away in comparison. And, the Yoga's sale price ($499) was almost the same price as the cheaper HP AFTER parts and labor to upgrade the HP to an SSD, which would have still had a much slower processor than the Yoga's i3-7100. This Yoga was about the same speed in my tests as a $700-800 Samsung and Yoga 13", but saved me over $200-300. It's fast enough to be my primary computer, if not for the small 128GB storage space. The lack of SD card slot prevents one from using the internal storage for apps on drive C: while keeping data on a Drive E: SD card, unless you don't mind having a thumb drive, card reader, or HD hanging off the PC all the time. When I first turned it on at home it was easy to set up, and Win 10 dovetailed right into my Hotmail.com account and linked my existing OneDrive to my documents folder. I was also given a Lenovo account in the process, that doesn't seem to do much of anything when you log in online. It also had me set up my fingerprint security during this process and choose a PIN (I used 8 digits). I REALLY like the fingerprint sensor which makes logging in very fast and simple, and it was quick to add another finger later. Few others if any in this price range had this feature. I also decided to try the discounted $24 1yr McAfee antivirus for Lenovo, and can switch to Microsoft Windows Defender if the renewal is too much money in a year. I didn't even know about Windows Defender when I was setting it up, so I feel like Lenovo has a stake in getting us to buy McAfee, even at their discounted price. I also had to sign into my Office 365 account after the setup was done - the Office software came preinstalled, along with about 5 unnecessary games (Candy Crush Saga, Minecraft, etc). It also had PLEX preinstalled, and it works fine with the PLEX server on my NAS. The usual compliment of Microsoft apps were preinstalled as well. After it was all set up, I used the Lenovo Vantage app that came pre-installed to update Windows 10 to the latest April 2018 version, which gave many recent reviewers problems with the trackpad. So I also ran the BIOS update that I downloaded from Lenovo, based on the tip by Lenovo support in previous reviews. This prevented any touch pad problems that other reviewers saw upon awakening the PC after they allowed it to sleep. The BIOS update I installed was dated May 25th 2018, but the previous BIOS also had this fix. Finally, I installed Quicken 2017 which was the main reason I picked this up. It runs my large Quicken data file noticeably faster than a PC emulator on my Mac, even with my data going back over 15 years. I was able to get more transactions imported, categorized, and saved in a shorter amount of time, which is important since I have a several month backlog of data entry on which to get caught up. I was worried that the small screen would be an issue with data entry, but the 1920x1080 12.5" screen is crisp and clear, and I had no trouble reading the fine print with my 56 year old eyes. While unplugged from power and green brightness at a moderate level, I used the Yoga 720 for over 6 hour straight while editing Quicken data, surfing the web, and installing apps, and the battery dropped to 15% during that time. It charged back to full in 1-2 hours (when I 1st plugged it in it estimated 1 hour to full charge). I'm sure I could stretch the battery out for another hour before it would shut down, without changing any settings. I vaguely recall that the Yoga had over 80GB of the 117GB available free before I installed or removed anything. I'm sorry I didn't pay more attention to the actual "before" storage. I removed some of the games that were preinstalled which saved 500-800MB, and then installed Adobe Reader, Dropbox, OneDrive, Spotify, Youtube, Facebook, Messenger, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon & Amazon Music, SiriusXM, and Kindle apps. With everything installed, including about 2GB of data in my OneDrive, I had 64GB free out of the 117GB available. Free space dropped to 56GB when I installed iCloud for Windows and set up Outlook with my iCloud and Hotmail accounts. It imported all my data and 2GB iCloud drive, but not iPhotos which would need another 180GB! I also didn't sync my 40GB dropbox, and I'll have to use selective sync when I do. I like that with OneDrive I can choose to have some of the files reside only on the cloud, to save SSD space when I don't need them. I found another setting to let me delete older versions of Windows which I allowed, since it has been rock stable and I don't need to roll back - that freed up 2GB, leaving me in the end with over 58GB free space and just over 58GB used, without turning on disk compression. Disk space can be saved by streaming most media instead of downloading it, but I'm barely using 50% of the hard drive right now. So, spending $200 more on the 13" Yoga 720 with 8/256GB wasn't necessary unless this was my primary PC. If one needs more space, just don't install many of the above apps to free up 1-2GB, and use the web browser interface to access those services instead. As for form factor, it's nice and thin and light, at a little over 1/2" thick and 3lbs. The footprint is only slightly larger than a sheet of paper. It feels solid when carrying it around one handed, whether open or closed, or in tablet mode. It was easy, however, to accidentally press the power button on the middle of the right side and put it to sleep when picking it up. I would have preferred the power button to be farther back, maybe near the charging port on the left side near the rear. Fortunately, it's quick to wake up and log in with the fingerprint sensor. CONS: (1) I do wish it had more ports than one USB-C and one USB-A, plus headphone jack. But $75 will buy a USB-C dongle with a USB-C pass-thru port, 2 USB 3.0, an Ethernet, and an HDMI port. One with an SD card reader and even more USB ports will cost about $115 at BestBuy. So, a person could leave the cheaper USB-C dock at home or work connected to a 4K monitor, a mouse, an external HD, Hi-Res DAC/amp for audio, and high speed ethernet > with another port left on the Yoga itself for your mobile phone or Thumb drive. Although many other cheaper PC's had more USB 3.0 and an HDMI port built-in, they had no fingerprint reader or USB-C and were a bit thicker in return. (2) Unfortunately, the USB-C port doesn't accept power delivery, so in addition to plugging the Yoga into the USB-C dock when you arrive home, you'd have to also plug in the power brick into the round DC power jack on the Yoga. (3) Not really a complaint, but I do miss having a backlit keyboard. I'm sure my $15 rechargeable book-light would work just fine for typing in the dark, but I can also tap an icon in the task bar and open an onscreen keyboard if it's too dark. (4) This is slightly irritating but not a deal breaker - there is visible flex to the top case and keyboard when you push down, so if I'm quickly pounding away at the keyboard to type up an email really fast, the center of the keyboard and top case flexes a little, and it can resonate and sound hollow and rattle. If I press down on the top case just to the left of the trackpad then the case is dampened, and there is no rattle when I tap on the keys fast and hard (one-handed pecking). There is no issue when I'm typing slow and gentle, and behaving. (5) My biggest gripe - the audio quality is poor no matter what. Also, the sound comes out from the bottom and if it's not on a hard surface then the sound can also be muffled. You really should use this with external speakers or headphones if you are an audiophile. It can play loudly without distortion, but the sound is very midrange oriented and it can get irritating, especially at high volumes. Definitely not on the same level as my 15" retina MacBook Pro. I plan to use my V-MODA Crossfade wireless headphones with it, or a miniJAMBOX if sharing a movie with someone. (6) In 2nd place for biggest gripe is the automatic screen brightness behavior, which allowed the screen to change from dim to bright and back more often than I would like, with only minor changes in room lighting. This was usually in an already dim room, early evening. Sometimes it was depending on whether a cloud was passing by a window, and sometimes it just randomly changed the brightness slightly for no real reason. I had to disable that, and simply use the brightness function button at the top of the keyboard as needed, which is NO problem at all. Fortunately, when enabled it never got too dark or too bright, but having it change for little reason was annoying.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Horrible Computer - DO NOT BUY

      Posted
      dhan
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I had such high hopes for this computer. I was surprising my boyfriend with this computer for Christmas and ever since, I regret it. I thought this would be a great computer for the price (650, not cheap), but I was completely wrong. He's had this computer for THREE weeks and after the second week the touchpad stopped working. Whenever the computer falls asleep and he wakes it back up... the mouse disappears and the only way to get it back is by restarting the computer. I've tried everything... from uninstalling drivers to downloading new ones... I researched online... nothing. Now after 3 weeks the speakers rattle and make this awful sound every time he watches a video or listens to music... the rattling sound gets at least 3 times as bad if he tries to move the mouse with the touchpad... this computer is a piece of junk. I'm passed the "15 day return limit" so BestBuy won't help me at all. Such a waste of money. Never buying this type of computer again and i'm never buying from BestBuy again.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Lenovo Product Expert

        We are sorry to hear that you are having an issue with the touchpad on your Yoga 720-12. There are new driver for the touchpad issue for your specific system. Follow the link below to look for new driver updates for your specific system. You can also run diagnostics from the Lenovo site as well. As always, be sure to create a restore point on your system before you make any changes. You can do this by just typing "restore point" in the search window within Cortana and follow the link to create a restore point. Here is the link:
        https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/yoga-series/yoga-720-12ikb/downloads?linkTrack=Caps%3ABody_SearchProduct&searchType=3&keyWordSearch=Yoga%2520720-12IKB%2520Laptop%2520%2528ideapad%2529 lenovo

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Like size, don't like constantly losing my cursor

      Posted
      Cheryl
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This is first new laptop (notebook) purchase in 5 years. Last was Asus, larger, and windows 7. This is smaller and Windows 10. Love the size of this yogo, but after going to sleep, it automatically reverts to the touchscreen. I tried the F6 button alone, and with Cntrl and Fn to get the cursor back. The graphic that shows you're turning off the touchscreen appears, but you still can't find the cursor. I took to store, and that one time, cursor reappeared for them (this was one week after purchase) so I thought I was imagining things. Now, almost two months later, I find this is a constant problem and I have to shut down and restart my computer every time this happens, several times daily, to see my curser again. I don't have a mouse attached, am using the keypad cursor. There are several complaints and "fixes" for this on line and one is to completely disable the touch screen device, which I did, but then wasn't sure I wanted to, in case it was difficult to enable it again. I paid $499 for this and am very disappointed with this dysfunctionality. I'll be going to see Geek Squad and possibly sending back to Lenova or demanding money back on another notebook.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Lenovo Product Expert

        We are sorry to hear that you are having issues with the touchpad/cursor on your Lenovo Yoga 720-12. The issue you describe may be caused by a recent Windows 10 update that is effecting older BIOS/Driver software on the device. Once the BIOS/Driver software is updated, this issue should be fixed. You can do this yourself. This system has Lenovo utilities installed to help maintain the health of the device and keep the operating system software up to date. Type "Lenovo Vantage" in the Cortana Search window (if Lenovo Vantage is not installed on your device, you can download the APP and install it now). Select Lenovo Vantage from the list. In the window that opens, click on "Health and Support". In the expanded menu, select "Hardware Scan" In the window that opens, select "Run Quick Tests". This will scan your entire system for errors. Follow any directions that may pop up. If the problem continues after this scan, now click on "System Update". First select Windows update from the menu. Scan your system to be sure you have the latest version of Windows 10. Once that scan is complete, select "Additional Updates". This will scan your device to be sure there are no new BIOS/Driver updates needed. Follow any instructions that may pop up. If the issue still continues after these updates, we recommend you call Lenovo Tech Support at: 877-453-6686 for additional help. lenovo

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Lenovo-Yoga 720

      Posted
      eoban
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      Overall, pleased with the laptop. Was looking for something small, light and thin and it fit the bill. Questioned whether or not the processor speed and RAM would be sufficient and it is for what I needed it to do. However, I encountered a quirk out of the box that was frustrating. Apparently, the touchpad shuts down once it goes to sleep or the lid is closed...the touchscreen still works, but the touchpad does not. After reading some message boards found out that it might be necessary to update the BIOS and the touchpad drivers through the Lenovo app on the screen to correct the problem. I was hesitant to do so fearing I might mess something up but after doing this it corrected the problem immediately. Oddly enough, ran into a friend who had purchased a similar Lenovo Yoga laptop and they were complaining about the same problem and almost took it back to the store, but once I directed them how to correct it solved the problem as well. I did not expect this problem out of the box and wondered why it would be shipped with outdated drivers and BIOS. In the end, all is well and the laptop functions as it should.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Lenovo Product Expert

        Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga 720-12. The reason for updates being needed for a new device is that Microsoft released updates for Windows 10 after the factory install of the operating system on this device. This system has Lenovo utilities installed that can help you check the health of this device and maintain the latest software updates. Type "Lenovo Vantage" in the Cortana Search window. Select Lenovo Vantage from the list. In the window that opens, click on "Health and Support". In the expanded menu, select "Hardware Scan" In the window that opens, select "Run Quick Tests". This will scan your entire system for errors. Follow any directions that may pop up. If the problem continues after this scan, now click on "System Update". First select Windows update from the menu. Scan your system to be sure you have the latest version of Windows 10. Once that scan is complete, select "Additional Updates". This will scan your device to be sure there are no new BIOS/Driver updates needed. Follow any instructions that may pop up. lenovo

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Want to draw? This will work!

      Posted
      Frinkeldoodle
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      So I casually draw in my free time, and I've been working on improving on my skills in digital art. I'm certainly no Picasso, but I like to think I'm at least somewhat proficient. That being said, I've been using a drawing tablet, but I wanted to use something with a screen, and I had heard about Windows Ink. That had lead me to this laptop (as well as a Wacom pen, but that'll be another review), and I feel I made the right choice getting this laptop for this purpose. I wouldn't do anything intense on this laptop. I can even watch it chug trying to process video when I try to run a drawing stream. But, it runs my drawing programs of choice well, the Windows Ink compatibility is excellent, and it even has enough kick to play a few lower intensity games. And, of course, it browses the net and does basic office work/net streaming well. Overall, I'd say I'm pretty satisfied. It does what I'd expect it to for the cost.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Lenovo Product Expert

        Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga 720-12. We are pleased to hear that the features and performance of the Yoga 720-12 meets your computing needs so well. lenovo

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      MOUSE

      Posted
      JessieT88

      I had bought this laptop about a month ago and like all the reviews i read about the mouse disappearing, i took a risk and bought it anyway. I connected a tech at Lenovo and they gave me steps to fix the problem, but it didnt work. So i tried something else on my own. On their website they have a link DRIVERS AND SOFTWARE under PC TECHNICAL SUPPORT i did the steps it asked to do and even though it had said that BOIS (whatever that is) wasnt support by this certain laptop, i still choose to download it. Little behold it worked!!! the mouse hasnt disappered! I tested this action by leaving the laptop on, opened and walked away from it til it went into sleep mode and it still was working. I would be watching Netflix before and it would disappear but it hasn't. I would be on Word it would disappear but it still hasnt. So i think it'll stay!! i hope this makes sense to anyone who bought this laptop and that it would discourage any future buyers. FYI not computer savvy either so i took a chance!

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Lenovo Product Expert

        That you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga 720-12. We are happy to hear that you were able to find the correct software update for your Yoga 720-12 to correct the cursor issue, caused by a recent Windows 10 update. The best way to automatically fix this issue With regard to the issues you mention with your device, is to follow the link below to look for new driver and BIOS updates for your specific system. Use the "Update Your System" feature to be sure you get all of the BIOS and drive updates for your specific device. As always, be sure to create a restore point on your system before you make any changes. You can do this by just typing "restore point" in the search window within Cortana and follow the link to create a restore point. If the problem persists, we recommend you call Lenovo Tech Support at: 877-453-6686. Here is the link for the Yoga 720-12 model:
        https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/yoga-series/yoga-720-12ikb?linkTrack=Homepage%3ABody_Search+Products&searchType=3&keyWordSearch=Yoga%2520720-12IKB%2520Laptop%2520%2528ideapad%2529 lenovo

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      There are better laptops available

      Posted
      Kmoreland

      Needed a laptop for school and didn't want to spend more than $800. I should have done more research before purchasing this laptop. While it looks pretty and the display is nice, even at $629 it's not worth the money. The first day I had it the trackpad stopped working after the computer fell asleep and the only way to fix it is to restart the computer. Lenovo knows about this problem but even keeping the software updated doesn't help. The battery life is crap! I couldn't even take it to class for a couple hours with out it falling past 20%. And the screen would flicker between brightness settings. I took it back in today after 1 week to get a MacBook Air. I would rather pay $1000 for a laptop that works and lasts, than save money for something of lesser quality. I don't recommend this product - it's not the worst thing every but you can get better for just a few extra hundred dollars.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Lenovo Product Expert

        You can check the health of this device and fix any errors, including the Touchpad BIOS/Driver update issue. Type "Lenovo Vantage" in the Cortana Search window. Select Lenovo Vantage from the list. In the window that opens, click on "Health and Support". In the expanded menu, select "Hardware Scan" In the window that opens, select "Run Quick Tests". This will scan your entire system for errors. Follow any directions that may pop up. If the problem continues after this scan, now click on "System Update". First select Windows update from the menu. Scan your system to be sure you have the latest version of Windows 10. Once that scan is complete, select "Additional Updates". This will scan your device to be sure there are no new BIOS/Driver updates needed. Follow any instructions that may pop up. If the issue still continues after these updates, we recommend you call Lenovo Tech Support at: 877-453-6686 for additional help. lenovo

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great 2-in-1 for the perfect price.

      Posted
      Griffi23
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I used to purchase the computers with the fastest processor and most up to date hardware. Min cost was 1250 at least. At that cost my computer would last 5 years or more. The last two times I did this, the computer couldn’t keep up with the advancements in apps/ software. It did no good to pay that much and throw away the computer in less than 2 years. A lot of people lease tablets and phones because of the advancements. All that’s left is gaming and office software of laptops / desktops. This one is perfect for the personal office suite. It turns on quick and is perfect for excel / publisher and basic photo editing. It works well for reading magazines and comics as well as viewing Netflix. No complaints here. Love it. Shift key taken care of. They put it on both sides ! Hahah. This new version offers the touch as well as ink functions.

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response

        Lenovo Product Expert

        Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga 720-12.are pleased to hear that the value, features and performance of the Yoga 720-12 meets your computing needs so well. lenovo

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews

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    The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about touchpad, energy, connectivity and image quality. Editors are less positive about sound. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 90/100 = Excellent quality.
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