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Lenovo - 2-in-1 13.3" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i5 - 4GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 198 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I LOVE this laptop!!

    Posted
    MSLKelly
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    I bought this laptop as soon as I saw it on sale this past weekend. I had been looking at this one and the 11s trying to decide which one to get, but went with the 2 Pro because of the backlit keyboard. I had read the reviews about the yellow issues, but thought I'd give it a try. I have noticed a difference in the colors, too. To me, it looks like all colors are bolder. The yellow doesn't stand out to me so much, but if I compare the colors on my Surface RT to this one, they all look a shade darker and bolder. To me, it's not a problem at all. If what I was trying to do depended upon colors being exact, like photo editing or something I could see it being more of a problem. My only complaint with the unit is the screen resolution. Others mentioned this as well. The screen is beautiful, but with the resolution set to the recommended setting, everything is so small! It's hard to touch the right place or read what's on the screen. Especially with older eyes! I have played with the resolution but haven't changed it and kept it there. I probably will, though. Now the good... the keyboard is wonderful!!! I love the look and the feel of the backlit keys. It took me a while to find out how to turn it on, but once I found it I fell in love with it. It feels really nice to the touch and is very responsive. The trackpad is slick which feels a little odd to me, but I still like it! The flexibility... oh, my! I love being able to switch it from laptop to tent to tablet to table views! I wondered if the keyboard being under there would affect my use of the tablet, but it doesn't. Not to me, anyway. The flexibility you have is wonderful. You can use it comfortably regardless of where you are. This puppy is fast!! It takes less than 10 seconds to boot to the sign in screen and programs load very quickly. Set up was a breeze. It took about 10 minutes and then I was on my way downloading apps and rearranging my icons on the metro start menu. (I love Windows 8.1 for this!) I use a lot of different devices from an Ipad to Kindle Fire to Surface RT to this. I do not regret my purchase in the least. I have already recommended it to my friends and even took it to work to show it off! Bottom line... it's fabulous and I'm loving it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best I've Seen to Date

    Posted
    PCGremlin
    • Top 500 ContributorTop 500 Contributor

    From a physical design, this is the best laptop/tablet/2in1 that I have seen in a decade...really. I am a huge fan of the engineering and execution that this PC demonstrates. The keyboard bezel is non-smudge and touchpad is responsive without being too sensitive while typing. The outside shell is fingerprint and smudge resistant. The hinge is sturdy and flexible without screen flicker when changing orientations. Transition to tablet is smooth and without error or problems in my experience. This is an excellent laptop/tablet for general business use, media streaming, teleconferencing, and online activities. The CPU is a Gen4 i5 CPU with plenty of power for multitasking and working with large spreadsheets and presentations. Keyboard is compact and easy to use. Speed typing is possible. The network connectivity is solid and picks up even weak signals when I go outside to work. The display is beautiful, with vivid colors and fast response. Every now and then, the touch screen is slow...not sure if it was the screen or the application. The screen does collect finger smudges, but cleans easily and is acceptably responsive to the use of a stylus. Voice commands are available, though I have not tried them to date. The camera is excellent for teleconferences. Field of scope is wide enough and focus sharp enough that you can set it up several feet away from users and get 4 or 5 folks comfortably and clearly in view. The built in microphone picked up voices easily and clearly. The speakers/sound playback is excellent for such a slim form factor...one of the best I've ever heard. I did not try any gaming other than Solitaire, but I suspect the 4MB of memory is slim and the video hardware not up to par for serious gamers. Only two problems from my viewpoint/use: Windows 8.1 and screen fonts. Windows 8.1 is designed to work "in the cloud". It forces you to sign up with a Microsoft Live ID, unlike 8.0 that gave you an option. I prefer not to use the cloud...just a personal preference. I dislike having to use a Microsoft Live ID. (You can modify the sign in later...but you are still linked to the cloud). There is an advantage if you want to synchronize files across multiple devices, similar to Apple IOS and Android. The screen fonts in menus are small even set to "large" in Windows. If you need larger fonts in menus, you are out of luck.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful product, 1 small issue

    Posted
    Boomer2u
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    I'm rating the Yoga 2 Pro 4 GB, but I traded it in for the 8 GB version. I loved this Yoga as soon as I opened the box. It felt and looked fabulous, loved the new backlit keyboard (new with this version), the flexibility of using it as laptop or tablet. It is just about perfect. The only issue that bothered me with the 4 GB version was how much of the advertised 128 GB storage was not available; once I got into it, I discovered only about 80 GB (80 out of 100 on C, 0 out of 4 on D; the rest of D, apparently, was hidden). I don't think it was bloatware. I had planned to use cloud or backup storage to supplement, but when Lenovo advertized a discount on the 8 GB RAM/256 GB storage Yoga 2 for only $150 more, I traded the small one for the bigger one. Using Windows 8.1 takes some getting used to (coming from a Windows Vista desktop) but gradually I am learning its advantages, and I actually like the tiles on the start screen. A really nice touch is 3 ways to log in -- password, picture with user-defined gestures and face (haven't tried that yet) plus a local log in if you don't want to connect to the internet. Have not yet tested battery life, but this one has the newest Intel chip which is supposed to help. All around, I am extremely pleased with the Yoga 2 Pro, can't wait to finish setting it up and really start using it for combo personal/business. I plan to use in tablet form to show inventory photos to customers and genealogy/photos to family, and in laptop form for document production.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Ultrabook

    Posted
    DrTallo
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I had the second gen Yoga 13. This one is SO much better. Aside from the specs differences that y'all can read about. A few things I noticed that changed with this one. It is much easier to open than the previous. The other was "boxier" so you had to almost pry it. The power button was moved but still not the easiest thing to turn on especially if you have big fingers. The trackpad doesnt pick up oil from your hands as easy anymore. You could easily tell that someone was using it because of all the oil on the keys and trackpad(maybe it was just me and my oily fingers) but you don't notice it on this one anymore. The resolution is a lot bigger but some apps look bad because of it. Seems the resolution is too big for the apps and screen size. I just use desktop though so that fixes the problem. I try and stay away from app mode or whatever its called. Those were the nit picky things I had with the previous one and they're all gone now so to me, the computer is perfect. Lastly, the only noticeable problem across all new yogas is the yellow color. Its not the normal yellow, its like a mustard yellow, best way to describe it. There is a fix coming to this in the next week or so according to a lenovo rep so by the time you read this, you wont have this problem.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Laptop Purchase

    Posted
    JenandJackie
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    First we bought the HP split laptop and took it back to Best Buy for several reasons. 1) The touch response was horrible! 2) The screens would constantly bounce back to the home page. It was a nightmare to get anything done on it. So we couldn't take the madness and returned it. While there, we tested out a few more laptops. I couldn't bring myself to spend over $1,000.00 for the Surface Pro. I mean the screen is so tiny and the keyboard seems a little on the cheap side. I'm not an Apple fan so that excluded the iPad from the selection. We ended up giving this one a try since the navigation, speed and size seemed pretty decent for the money. Yes, Windows 8 takes some getting used to, but overall, the performance and touch response is excellent. The computer itself is super flexible (hence "Yoga"). You can use it like a laptop, fold it like a tent or bend it back and lay it flat (which I personally do to play games). The keyboard is automatically deactivated when you lay it completely flat so you don't have to worry about hitting some random key and messing up something. I like the fact that the screen does NOT detach from the keyboard and here's why. There is a small latch that connects the screen to the keyboard on most convertibles. This latch gets worn out after being attached and detached over and over again. Eventually, you will lose connectivity and the components won't work as well. Just take a look at the burn marks on the connectors the next time you pick up a HP split or Surface Pro and you will see what I mean. Anyway, the Lenovo was the best choice at the time. We are pretty satisfied with the purchase and haven't really had any issues. The yellow color (which seems more like puke green) is about my only gripe. Very seldom, the screen will freeze but I just close the laptop and log in again and it is ready to go. We purchased the 1 year accidental warranty on this too...just in case.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    good if you need powerful hybrid at low cost

    Posted
    takiat
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    I was very excited about getting this device for all the different stand modes, especially the tent mode. What's so great about the tent mode is how many degrees of angles you have. You can adjust it for optimal viewing at any sitting at a table, lying in bed, stretching out on a couch, riding in a plane, on a lap, table anything. No other device has unlimited viewing angles like this one. At 999-1199 with this much versatility and power it was the perfect hybrid. But of course, what seems too good to be true, like usual isn't. The battery life for haswell rated for 9 hours wasn't. More like 6-7. Ok I can live with that. Then I was on Best Buy's website on this device and noticed the yellow best buy logo was now "puke green". I though what did best buy do to their online logo. Horrible looking. Then I did a Google search for "bright yellow" and my fears came true. All yellows were this puke green color. I went to the review forums and realized this new super HD screen was the culprit and 100% of the screens were affected by it. Lenovo is working on a fix, but it will probably destroy the battery life which is already suspect to begin with. I returned mine and will look at another device or wait until Lenovo fixes this, if even they can.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    $899 on sale for this beast?!

    Posted
    mitchellvii
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    This will be short and sweet: I bought this beast on sale for $899. That is the same as the cost of the 64GB Surface Pro 2 without a keyboard. I mean MY GOD, it's almost like stealing. To buy comparable to this (there is nothing comparable to this), you will need to drop $1200 minimum. The yellow thing? Fixed through energy management. Wifi problems? I'm running at 60 mbps down from the moment I connected. What wifi problems? Think about this. I sold my Surface Pro 1 for $600 and this incredible upgrade was only $300 more! I can't buy a week's groceries for $300! Would be nice if they included an active digitizer but I rarely used the one with my Surface Pro anyway because I can type so much faster than I write. Anyway, they make plenty of good styli now with fine points if I ever need one. One last thing, i was worried how my database which fit my Surface Pro screen at 125% zoom would fit on this given the resolution? Good news is that cranked all the way up, the fit is exactly the same! Excellent! No tiny letters.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love my Yoga Pro 2

    Posted
    dscotta

    I love the versatility of this laptop! I had the latest top-of-the-line tablet, and sold it on eBay to get this Yoga Pro 2. The reviews on Windows 8.1 made me skeptical, but I really love the operating system. I love the way you move around and access menus in the 8.1 touchscreen environment, and it works perfectly with the Yoga. The fact that you have a keyboard if you need it as a regular laptop, or you can use it in "tent" mode for viewing a movie or setting on the counter, or able to use it as a tablet with a great screen, makes it the perfect computing environment. The tablets are too slow and cumbersome compared to this. You literally power all the way off, and when you start up you can have internet explorer opened up in 15 seconds - amazing! The display is beautiful - although the type gets quite small when you use certain programs. I have bad eyes and have no problems with most programs. I think the 13" screen is the ideal screen size for touch screen tablet/laptop combination. I bought the i5 processor, 4gb ram, 128 gb hard drive. I love this computer!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Everything I was looking for and better!

    Posted
    hhitechie

    Looked for a long time for a laptop that weighed three pounds or less, had a 13 or 14 inch touch screen, and a 4th generation I5 for battery life. This had all that I wanted plus SSD and very solidly built. We've used it for two weeks and had a child under 5 playing with it for hours and it is working out beyond expectations. It starts instantly, Office365 loaded amazingly quickly and runs very well as do all the applications. I thought I wanted a "snap out" tablet/laptop model, but the 360 twist on the keyboard is really handy. In tablet mode it is still light enough to be comfortable to use, in laptop mode you can actually type with it in your lap, and the stand up kinds of alternatives turn out to be handy when looking at videos. I love the way Windows 8.1 synchs my accounts between my desktop and this laptop. This makes the 128 Gig SSD plenty of size for me since I have a terabyte on my desktop and this laptop quickly recognized my Homegroup and makes storing on to the desktop a no brainer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A+ Hi-Res display, software doesnt take advantage

    Posted
    raabeye
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    This laptop/tablet is great for those who are on the fence about whether they should buy a tablet, or a laptop. This is a laptop first, with decent tablet features, although at times it seems the computer doesn't know what to do with the mode its in. Strange things happen when you have a 2 in 1 device. For instance, it comes preloaded with Skype. But Skype "Tablet" edition. Which is WAY different than Skype PC edition. There are 2 version of IE. Etc. The processor is OK. You can't upgrade the RAM. So what you see is what you get. I tried to upgrade the SSD to a larger drive. And failed miserably. 128GB is just not much. But the biggest problem is the hi-res screen. Windows takes great advantage of it. Most of their software formats correctly. Ditto with iTunes. The same can't be said for nearly every other software manufacturer. Adobe hasn't a clue what to do with the screen. You end up getting tiny tiny boxes with text you can't read. In fact that is a problem with nearly any software I tried. Chrome looks AWFUL on hi-res. Articulate products don't know what do do either. Logitech, NVIDIA, Intel all had issues. And the real kicker- Lenovo's bloatware also couldn't handle the hi-res. This isn't entirely Lenovo's fault, but rather a slam on the software industry who seems to think 1600 x 900 is high enough resolution. If you are looking for a laptop to surf the web and do basic MS Office tasks, this is a swell laptop. If you need to use proprietary software, be very careful. Chances are that software can't handle the Yoga 2 Pros screen resolution.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Mustardy Yellow or Not - This is a great computer

    Posted
    bend32
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The reviews about the yellow not coming out crisp yellow, and having a darker more mustard look are true. Does that make me want to return this computer, NO. I have had almost every ultrabook that has been out, ASUS, ACER S7, original Yoga, and more. None of them feel as nice as this laptop. The screen is crisp, and beautiful. It does a good job of displaying blacks as well. The versatility of the screen and it's multiple positions is awesome. I really like the keyboard, and the back light is much better executed compared to the other ultrabooks I have had. The computer is extremely fast, and I have not had the wifi issues others have complained about. For the price, and (wether Lenovo pushes a fix for the color accuracy for Yellow or not) this computer is fantastic. I still wish there was a trackpad on a Windows device that worked as smoothly as a Mac, but there still is not. The trackpad is not bad by Windows standards, just not up to snuff with what a $1k machine should be. If Bestbuy puts this back on sale for $899. It is a no-brainer to me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great machine for the price & very functional

    Posted
    JoshnKim
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    The Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro packs a lot of computing power in a little case. The 13.1 inch screen is what you would expect from that sized tablet/laptop. Lenovo has made a pretty thin, light-weight laptop that successfully duals as a tablet. The keyboard is sturdy and elegantly folds back around the screen when converting to a tablet. In tablet mode, the screen orientation automatically switches around depending on the angle of the screen. It is very easy to use in all four modes; tablet, laptop, tent, & presentation. Our kids particularly like playing the touch games in presentation mode. The SSD is great for a mobile machine that could potentially see a lot of bouncing around and it boots up quickly. Win 8 took a little getting used to. But, it suits this particular model much better than an Android-based OS. My wife and I both have one and have only noticed a couple drawbacks. In order to get an office suite, you have to either buy it separate (in the case of an in-store purchase) or have it added in as an "aftermarket" option. Also, there is not a 4G option on the tablet which would be important for folks who may need to be mobile but not necessarily always around Wi-fi hot spots. But, with USB 2 & 3, Wi-fi, & Bluetooth, there are many options to connect to external media for both storage and internet. Overall, this was a great purchase and my wife and I would recommend it to any of our friends.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    What a disappointment!

    Posted
    WillRXR

    I was excited to get this machine. It's light and appears to be adaptable and come with all the features I need. What a disappointment. The touch screen is slow to respond. Re-sizing the windows becomes a game of catch up. The machine is configured so that the virtual keyboard pops up automatically when a field is highlighted on a webpage using touch. True, it goes away when the actual keyboard is chosen, but this is annoying when the machine is in laptop mode. This would be great in stand or tablet configuration, but not when one's working in laptop mode. The touchpad seems insensitive. For example, the window select and drag feature works intermittently at best. My fingers are now sore from tapping the touchpad. I tried increasing the sensitivity but to no avail. The sound quality also is lacking. No depth. So great detailed HD display with poor sound quality. This is inconsistent design and suggests that someone cut some corners somewhere. The machine jumps to other apps in Windows 8.1 mode from the desktop mode.. For some reason, it keeps opening the Windows store unbidden. Sitting side by side with another computer, it takes significantly longer to load webpages than a so-called lesser machine. All that I can say is that I wish that this machine had lived up to its reviews and expected performance. I don't know if this is just this particular machine, this model or Lenovo machines in general. I'm not inclined to find out.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    expensive but you get what you pay for

    Posted
    ryanm
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    Bought this brand new , the 4k display is amazing first off, great color depth and clarity. Its better than my tv for sure. Its very fast, takes about 6 seconds to boot up from a full shutdown, no waiting around for windows to load. The battery lasts a very long time I dont even charge it every day. Now on to the reason youre wanting to buy this thing in the first place, the freaking sweet "yoganess" this thing bends every which way use it as a laptop, tablet, tent mode, stand mode it works great amd knows which way you've put the screen to maximize usability, touch screen works really well also. It cost alot but before I bought this l had purchased a 600$ laptop and sold it after a year because it was terrible, spending the $ on something good like this is worth it for sure plus the interest free financing makes it super easy if you cant drop a grand in cash, overall I would say buy it if you're a windows user the touch screen makes the new format so much easier to navigate, I love it oh yeah and forgot, It can connect with all your phones to upload photos amd contacts and everything else you've got on there

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Greap Computer for Great Price

    Posted
    Rsass

    This computer overall is very good, especially when you factor in that it is only $999 compared to everywhere else where it is hundreds of dollars more expensive. Everything about the computer is great except that Windows isn't yet ready for a 3200x1800 screen so everything looks very small. These screens have just started coming into the market so I'm sure Windows will have an update to fix it in the near future (hopefully#. Many other comments mention a problem with the yellow. Maybe it's just me #which it seems it is) but I don't even notice it. Another thing about the laptop is that the screen is so thin, it's is even a bit flexible. Now I don't know if that is good or bad but when you open or close the laptop, it would be best if you did it with two hands on each corner or one hand in the middle so you don't bend the screen. Oh and I almost forgot, the sound quality in the speakers is amazing, especially given that it is an ultrabook. Great computer!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    If only they picked a better display...

    Posted
    bobagain

    This would be a perfect laptop if they just picked a different screen. If you looked at the other reviews, you already know about the yellow. If you investigate on google for a few minutes you know that this can be improved to semi-normal yellow through the lenovo performance manager. Doing so reduced battery life to around 3 hours on a full charge...which just isn't reasonable. Besides the color, the resolution just isn't handled very well by windows. It does an OK job of making things normal, but there is still a significant amount of stuff on the screen that is tiny, hard to touch, etc. In addition the combo of res and zoom makes some stuff look great...but other stuff has very jagged edges. My only other gripe is that the clickpad is kind of loud and annoying, but I think thats pretty common these days. On the plus side it really is otherwise pretty fantastic. Battery life was about 6.5 hours without performance mode on, weight is great, flippiness is great, keyboard is great (for the size), and windows 8.1 on a touchscreen is really really good.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great screen, lightweight and fast, but many kinks

    Posted
    DietMountainDew
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    This is an ultrabook that is highly portable with good battery life and an amazing screen. The one downside with the display is that many, many programs are not configured to scale for proper viewing, meaning the fonts are SUPER-tiny. You can fix this by changing the resolution of the screen, but then you are defeating the whole point of buying this type of screen. This issue is partly the fault of Microsoft and other software makers. Also, if you connect a second monitor, the size of icons, fonts and programs will be all wacky because most LCD monitors cannot display at the same super HD range as the Lenovo. There is a work-around for this, but it is not ideal. One thing that really STINKS about this computer is that the Bluetooth drivers are terrible. They drop out, and wouldn't allow me to install 2 out of 3 of my peripheral devices that work perfectly on other computers. There are many, many complaints on Lenovo website about this problem, but apparently Lenovo doesn't care. I was able to 'fix' this by uninstalling the Lenovo bluetooth driver and installing a generic driver.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great laptop and great tablet, all in one

    Posted
    DanP
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    I was looking for a Windows ultrabook for the last two years, but was not happy with what was available until I sow Yoga Pro 2 13.3 inch. This product was exactly what I was looking for, light, fast with good size screen and excellent speakers. I use this computer mostly to read digital books and magazines, listen to music and internet radio, and watch Netflix/Amazon movies. My hope was to use this computer also for digital photography processing, but unfortunately Photoshop toolbar and tabs are almost invisible on 4k screen. Yoga has a zoom tool to be used in such situations, but in my case this was not a great experience. So I gave up using Photoshop on Yoga until they find a solution for this problem. With large screen, superb picture and sound watching movies on this computer is a great experience. I use this computer both in laptop and tablet mode with equal satisfaction. Reading books and magazines feels much more like reading printed versions as compare to tablets with up to 10 inches screen. Overall I am very satisfied with my purchase. The only shortcoming worth complaining about is the left side screen sensitivity. Sliding this side of the screen, on Windows 8, results in screen change. The problem is that even a slight touch can trigger screen change.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    This computer and Windows 8.1 made me a believer

    Posted
    richiv
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    Been an Apple guy for many years and I was never a fan of Windows 8. That was until I purchased the Yoga 2 Pro and fell in love with it. This computer is excellent and I love the fact that I can put this to use in many different ways. My son watches Netflix shows on this and he prefers this over the iPad now. Battery life is better than expected. Many people will complain about it but I am very pleases. Only thing missing with this is a reliable widi device. Heard many complaints all over the internet that it is reliable and was really bummed. I checked the newest version by Netgear on Amazon and it had poor reviews. For me I love Airplay and just wish there was a good reliable version on PC. Hope this helped people out that are considering this. I got it on sale at Bestbuy for $899. Lastly I am hoping that Windows moves quicker on bringing apps to their store and catch up to Android and Apple

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Near Perfect 2-in-1

    Posted
    RCOS

    I picked this up on the 8th of July and have been using it pretty steady. I initially was going to return it based on the Single Band B+G+N WIFI issues reported in the forums, but was pleasantly surprised to find the unit I got from Best Buy was slightly upgraded. My unit came with a Core I74510 and the Intel wireless AC Dual Band WIFI card. The CPU is only a very slight upgrade from 1.8Ghz to 3.0Ghz for the 4500 to 2.0Ghz - 3.1Ghz for the 4510. Pro's - Fast CPU and Great Screen - Yellows are slightly off, but excellent otherwise - Wireless Dual Band works perfectly and have had 0 problems - Best 2-in-1 Ultrabook I have tested in this price range - Didn't realize how useful touchscreen is with 8.1, I use it a lot - Boots up really fast, like 5-9 seconds fast - After multiple hours of use, didn't get too hot - I really like the touchpad, though wish it was a tad bigger Cons: - Keyboard isn't as solid as MacBook Pro - Screen flicker on auto brightness energy mode during initial change - Would have liked a digitized screen for tablet note taking - Battery life is more like 5 hours with heavy use

    I would recommend this to a friend