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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Ultrabook/Tablet

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    This is a great little ultrabook that converts conveniently into a tablet. I do wish it came with some sort of cover for the keyboard though as it just feels awkward when holding it to feel the keys. This is very quick for a simple i5 with only 4 GB of ram so I am very impressed. As an IT professional, I encounter many different computers and this just seemed like a great combination. I did have two problems with the first one. It had one pixel on the screen that had the green bit stuck on. The other problem is that the screen wouldn't always power up after a reboot. That computer was immediately replaced and the replacement has failed to power the screen up twice as well so this seems to be a fairly common problem. I just updated the video driver today so I am hopeful that this resolves the issue. I was also disappointed that it didn't come with the current operating system, Windows 8.1 which has been out for a couple of months now. Instead, it comes with Windows 8.0. I will say this for Lenovo though, all of their drivers for Windows 8.1 were easy to obtain and well organized so upgrading was about as painless as possible. I love the texture of the case, which is kind of rubbery and easy to grip and the Clementine Orange version is a terrific change from the dull gray/charcoal/silvers out there. Overall, I am liking it a great deal.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    good specs, poor quality, awful customer service

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    I was very excited when I finally decided, after much research, to go with this computer. I made my purchase from Best Buy. I got the computer home and I had an issue with the screen where I could see what seemed to be the touch interface behind the screen. It was very distracting and since I didn't recall seeing it on the display model at the store I figured something was wrong and exchanged it for another one. I got the new one home and overall the quality of this second unit felt better and the issue with the screen was way less noticeable but still noticeable under certain lighting/brightness conditions. Everything was going great and I was enjoying the computer until all of a sudden one day, about a month after I purchased it, I started noticing really apparent image retention along the perimeter of the screen. After only a couple of minutes of having an image on the screen, be it a browser window, or a PDF, the image would remain on the screen for 5-10 minutes after the window was closed or minimized. I called tech support and one of the technicians logged in to my machine remotely. He was pretty persistent on insisting that it was most likely a software issue despite the fact that he could not see the image retention on his remote display and despite the fact the the image retention was not evident in screen captures. He updated the graphics driver which actually made the display way better but did not resolve the issue. I was told that my only option for them to honor the warranty was for me to send them the computer for diagnosis and repair which would mean that I would be without the computer for 2-3 weeks. I told him that this was not a viable option for me because I need the computer for school which is why I purchased it in the first place. After several phone calls and a week and a half's time I finally got the case escalated to a supervisor who approved an onsite repair by a technician at the location of my choice. I was happy to have this option and took them up on the offer. The tech came to my house and replaced the screen but within doing so, mangled the bezel around the screen and put many deep scratches into the top of the machine with whatever tool he was using to detach and reattach the screen. I really don't blame the tech because he was trying his best to fix it but now I have a new computer that looks like it was thrown down a flight of stairs. On top of the cosmetic damage, the new LCD panel is not adhering to the housing and there are large gaps between the panel and the housing. It looks like the screen is going to fall off. I spoke to tech support again and they said that it will take them 2-3 weeks to decide whether or not they will send me a replacement. I just want what I paid for, and I believe I am entitled to that. I have done nothing wrong and don't deserve to have my time wasted by these roundabout methods to what should be a very obvious and satisfactory solution: Replace the machine. It seems like the only mistake I made was choosing Lenovo. Twice.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent convertable laptop/tablet

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    I absolutely love my Yoga!!! I am a full time student and use it all day long at school in several different modes. It's great in laptop mode for taking notes, writing papers, doing research, writing email... I use it in tablet mode to edit photos, add drawings to my papers, to draw mathematical equations... I use it in the teepee position when we are using the overhead with PowerPoint lectures it doesn't matter if I can see the smartboard that the professor is using. Since it has the solid state harddrive, you don't have to worry about it getting shaken to much like with regular disc drives. At home I use it for research, typing papers and homework, watching Netflix, listening to music. It has the full Windows 8, not the RT version, so you have an enormous amount of apps to chose from at the App Store. It runs very quickly. I love being able to swipe the screen to change from the different pages that I am using. I was worried about the screen size at first because my home based laptop has a 17" screen and my eyes are old, but it hadn't been a problem. If I need the print larger I can use two fingers on the screen or on the touch pad to increase or decrease what I'm looking at. I have small hands so the keypad is perfect for me. I find I can type much faster on the Yoga. You can add a 120GB sd card for extra memory as well as use an external harddrive. It loads easily to a cloud network too. It's light weight making it easy to carry around in my purse which is important to me because I am disabled and can't lift much. I will come back after using it longer and update how I feel about it. Right now, I love it!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Enjoying this peppy performer

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    You'll have about 80 gigs free when this first boots, This is because 128 gigs in marketing terms measures as around 119 in computer terms. On top of that Lenovo and Microsoft carve out around 17.5 gigs for multiple recovery partitions and a partition where Lenovo stores copies of your driver installers. Then you add in about 21 gigs for Windows and all of Lenovo's pre-installed software. The combined size of the recovery partitions seem a bit big, but I think that may be Microsoft's doing more than Lenovo. Once I removed all the pre-installed software I didn't want, the free space figure went up to 85 gigs. For a secondary machine, that's PLENTY. I'm not going to be keeping my entire collection of MP3s and family photos on this machine. It's my "grab and go" machine for writing code, emails, web surfing. I was concerned that the 1366x768 resolution would be an issue, but the screen looks great. This has about as much screen real estate I've become used to on a laptop, and it's bright and clear. It handles high def YouTube videos in full screen without groaning and the sound is clear at top settings. It's not going to wow anyone with thumping bass or room-filling sound, but it's plenty for me to Skype with my kids or attend a remote meeting via webcam. The viewing angles are great and it doesn't turn into a mirror the moment you have some ambient light. I actually considered the Transformer Book T100, but the keyboard on that was just terrible. This one is smaller than I'm used to and I'm making a couple more mistakes than normal typing this, but my speed is good and I'm not uncomfortable. My one criticism is there's some keyboard flex and a slight hollow sound under the T and Y keys. I don't know about heavy 3D gaming, but I've tried some WebGL demos (including the new Google one for the latest Hobbit movie) and it ran them handily with good visual quality and speed with no stuttering. As for complaints about the RAM, I'm running IE with two tabs open, Chrome with 4, a few File Explorer windows, a couple of system tools, and I've still got 2 gigs free. 8 gigs would be nicer, but 4 isn't as terrible as some people make it out to be. All in all, it's a darn fine laptop for simple everyday use.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Perfect so Far

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    I was forced to buy a new laptop when my old 20 lb ASUS died. I am a student and after having to lug around my old big, heavy laptop, I was on the lookout for a lightweight laptop or 2-in-1 that could do everything I needed it to do and be lightweight. I am studying computer programming so I needed one that could run all of the programs I needed and run many of them at once. I have had this one for about a month now and so far I love it! It is very lightweight, not too small and not too big, very fast, long battery life. I have run it for 7 hrs on battery only almost everyday. Granted I am not playing games or watching movies. The screen easily folds over to turn into a tablet. The keyboard locks off so you cant use it when in tablet mode. The only thing I don't like about it, the keyboard is exposed when in tablet mode. The voice activated feature works very well. It also has motion control but, I have not used it yet so I don't know how well that works. Overall, I am very satisfied with my purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great versatile laptop

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    Picked this laoptop out with my wife for her to use in Kids Ministry work. Portability and multi-mode was important. Compared to Apple products and the Lenovo Yoga offered so much more at a lower cost. It was a breeze to set-up, quick to remove bloatware. Windows 8 takes some getting used to, but it's growing on me. Boot time, restart and out of sleep mode is crazy fast. As fast as an iPhone or iPad. Battery life has been a pleasant surprise. This is our second Lenovo - highly recommend the line.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent lightweight and responsive ultrabook.

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    This ultrabook, tablet is very easy to setup, has a responsive keyboard in tablet mode. I also like the mouse pad. It is not overly sensitive like other laptops I have used. I use this ultrabook on my lap all the time and it is not hot so I don't have to put anything under it. The touchscreen works well and the built in memory (4GB) is enough for virtually all applications when running windows OS 8.1. The ultrabook is very light weight and easily slips into my backpack. The outside laptop cover keeps it safe from damage.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fun, Easy to Use, Love It

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    I was debating between the Yoga and a Windows tablet -- so glad I got the Yoga instead. It folds flat so I can use it like a tablet but then flips open so I have a built in keyboard to use it in my lap (with the tablets, the flexible keyboard makes a "lap" impossible as desk space). It loads extremely fast. Most of the time I leave it running and just flip open for instant access. The battery life is much better than my larger laptop. Would highly recommend for business travel and web use.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Do it all

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    Good little computer that is just that, a computer. I had originally purchased a tablet from a different manufacturer but after a couple of weeks I finally figured out that it just would not do all of the things I wanted it to do. Thankfully being Christmas I had a period of time to return the tablet and get the Yoga. I also looked at the MS surface and a Sony with a removable keypad, but the Sony required that the keyboard be connected and closed to allow it to charge and the surface is much more expensive for the same feature set (but the keyboard is removable if that is a plus for you.) The Yoga is small form factor and therefore every thing about it is necessarily small. With my aging eyes that means that I do have a hard time seeing things and I have to switch to the 3 power readers to see what I am doing! I have found that I rarely use my regular laptop when there is something that the Yoga can do. It has really good battery life 5+ hours of just doing regular computing (don't watch much video so I cannot say how the battery life is on that aspect,) No it does not have a huge amount of memory, nor does it have a lighted keypad( which I really wish it did.) It works as a laptop, a tablet, it has tent mode also if that is the way you roll. It really does everything that I want it too and what more can you ask for? I paid $700 on sale and that is almost as much as I paid for my full size laptop but I don't feel like it was overpriced for what I received.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good Laptop for a Niche Market

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    I bought this laptop for my wife to replace an old HP. I had specific minimum criteria I was looking to meet: Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, hybrid form factor (laptop & tablet), touchscreen, Windows 8, solid construction, sub-$1K. Only the new Surface Pro was comparable, but was significantly more expensive. The laptop is used primarily for web browsing, email, BigFish games and MS Office. All these run well. Startup and shutdown times are fast thanks to the solid state drive. The power connector is odd. The plug on the adapter end looks almost like square coax. I'm concerned the single pin will bend if not treated delicately. I would much rather see a magnetic connector. Overall though, this laptop is a solid, good performing, mid-range machine.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Yoga 11s update better CPU and Battery life!

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    This is the first machine in a very long while I just couldn't wait to go on sale. The 3rd gen version was a strong contender, but I really need the battery life to take it to the next level to justify the cost, (same price as 3rd gen.) The multiple positions are nice and the fact that Lenovo has a select number of their own apps to highlight the position used makes it even better. I think most of users will opt for a favorite position seated and another for the bed or couch. I must say the half folded back for Netflix is very handy. I had a small HP unit and loved it. The keys size and limited angle of view of the screen are not an issue as they were with the HP. Although the IPS display is not HD the colors and angle of view are easy on the eyes. I wish BB had the tangerine version available, you wouldn't think the color would be such visual punch for the machine but it is, at least in my eyes. My unit however is silver. Has a almost soft top and bottom cover takes a little getting used too but, I can see this helps in holding / carrying the laptop around to keep from dropping it. Only time will tell if the mechanical side will hold up. Lenovo 's usually have a good track record but wear on the keys and hinges may be an issue. Although as fast as things change now if it lasts 3 years it will be ancient. I would recommend this to anyone who finds they travel a lot need something more than a tablet, has great battery life, can live with the spec's they bought it with, and are not satisfied with low end CPU's in many of what could be thought of as it's competition. I got the last one at my Best Buy, and while there saw 2 others getting info on it. I am sure this will be a hot seller for them. For con's I only wish they had pumped up the WIFI to a faster dual band my 14" ACER M5 touch screen also from Best Buy has 2x's the connection speed in the same spot. Although it hasn't lost a signal it sure would be nice to get it faster. Don't get me wrong Netflix, Utube, etc. stream fine. Also an HD screen would have been nice. Maybe it helps increase the battery life by keeping high drain items off or out, I don't know. The SSD has a decent amount of space left even after the operating system, and hidden recovery section. With all the cloud options and ever cheaper high speed SD cards it has become less of an issue to most people. All in all a very enjoyable "lap top", however you wind up using it, very light weight as well.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent computer and tablet in one

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    The yoga is an excellent computer/tablet. Very versatile, fits easily into a smaller bag, has a great battery life. I love the endless positions available to find what is most comfortable at the time. Apps are easy to use, office runs flawlessly. The sound and display are high quality. The only thing I miss from my old computer is being able to scroll from the touchpad. Aside from this minor detail, no problems at all. For being on the smaller side of computers, I don't have any issue at all navigating the keyboard, the keys are well sized even for larger fingers. I thought having the keyboard under my fingers while in tablet mode would be awkward, but after a week or so I don't even notice. The Lenovo sleeve is an awesome option to use to cover the keys while in tablet mode if this ever is a problem. Processor is fast and responsive, and the boot up time is not even noticeable, I turn it on and it's ready to go before I am.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best of Both Worlds

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    For those who are torn between a reliable laptop and a tablet, this is the system you want. It gives you the best of both. System is much more affordable than the "other" laptop/tablet systems. Light weight and convenient. Didn't know when I purchased it, but just found out it has an excellent rating in consumer guide. Love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best Laptop I've Ever Had

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    I bought this laptop for it's portability. Turns out, I love it for much more. I use it for work (teacher) and school (MBA student). It has great features like the picture password (super cool), and I was even able to get dragon speaks for free (over $200 value). It's very lightweight and has a great battery life. I charge it over night because it travels with me all day (9 to 8). Windows 8 was a little tricky to learn at first but after the first week you get the hang of it. Overall I love this Lenovo. Plus I was totally sold when the best buy tech pulled his Lenovo out of his bag too. Great buy for a great price!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I can't find anything I don't like yet

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    I've had this laptop now for about 2 weeks. I bought it mostly for school purposes but I really could see myself using it for more than that since it's so versatile. I had previously purchased a toshiba ultrabook that only lasted 8 months before the hard drive went bad, followed quickly by the battery. I was very hesitant in buying an ultrabook again. The first time I saw this lap top i knew it was a quality build. It weighs almost nothing, the hinge feels very sturdy, and the best part of the durability is the surface of the inside and out. It has a rubber feel to it, not rubber that would bounce, but rather it just looks like it will always look the same for as long as I have it. Most laptops use plastic that scratches and they just look old after a while. This one is smudge resistant and feels like it would take quite the ding to scratch it, I hope I'm right with that. The charger plugs in and feels sturdy unlike some computers I have where they feel like they could just break off. When the laptop is closed the edges align so perfectly and there is a slight indentation that protects the ports and buttons which is great. When you have it in any mode the buttons feel like they would be about where they should be. The power button could be a little easier to hit but I never use it because when I'm done with it I just flip it closed to protect the keyboard. Love the auto rotate button and easy access volume button. The stand mode is amazing, so many ways to use it. Its just feels unlimited the ways you can set it up if you want to. the keys are not pressed down either when setting it on a flat surface. You get used to the keys being exposed and if it really bothers you there are plenty of cases available. It's also light enough to hold in one hand and carry around. Lenovo actually did a good job and keeping most bloatware off of this thing. It doesn't come with too much on it and out of what is there some of it might actually be useful. Windows 8.1 at first was really annoying, but once you get used to it you realize that they did a decent job with their gestures and set up. The wifi sometimes takes a second to connect when you turn it on and I've had one or two times where it just shuts off, but it doesn't seem to be a consistent thing. The app market is terrible, there really is nothing there (not even pandora) so don't expect this to replace your ipad as far as apps goes. At first that annoyed me until I just shut up about it because I realized I can always go to pandora.com or any website to play games because...oh yeah...its a laptop, not a tablet! The tiles are all right and (being an android phone user) it feels like the perfect balance between the customization of android and the rigid boring world of apple. The multitasking capabilities will change your life! The split screen of using two programs at a time just makes so many things easier. When you want to copy something from the internet into, say, a word document it because easier than you ever imagined. I used to Alt+tab all the time, and I never will again. Microsoft did not hit the mark on the Internet Explorer app. Sometimes it loads the mobile versions of pages and doesn't give you an option not to. Guys...this is a computer, not a phone, I'm not on 3G, I want the whole picture! Everyonce and a while you will notice a lag when loading a page or opening an app where it just stops for a minute and starts "thinking" but for the most part the Core i5 eats up data like Chris Farley in a candy store. The SSD (which is my biggest worry for durability) is very very fast. Its small at only about 90 GB left to you on the hard drive but they give you 7GB of free data on their cloud drive. The battery lasts forever, leave your charger at home. The touch pad feels alright to me once you get used to it (just like every laptop) as well as the keyboard. The screen can be very bright if you want it to be, although that will affect the battery. The speakers are not very loud. To summarize, this is probably the first time I've ever bought any electronic without having even the tiniest moment of buyers remorse. Lenovo hit the nail right on the head with this one. If you want a quality built, well functioning, smaller more portable laptop, that runs well and will (I really hope) last a while, then I would recommend this laptop to you and anyone. Hope that helps!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice laptop for school

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    I picked this laptop up for school and home use and its been great so far, touch screen is a nice feature and its seems a lot faster than my last computer. The price was a little higher than I wanted to spend but it was inline with all the other laptops with the same features. I would say get it if you like what this model offers and its what your looking for.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Few problems, overall good product

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    I have had this laptop for a year now, and have had mostly great experiences with it. I love the SSD, the portability, and the versatility of the product. The video components do no happily support my extended display when playing Netflix on my TV (for instance) and browsing on the IdeaPad. Several attempts at this gave me the new-fangled blue screen of death. I have also had problems with the mouse/trackpad malfunctioning. Occasionally, the track pad will stop working for me. Touching the screen with my finger seems to bring things back around. I have noted while searching on-line that other people report similar issues with variation. Updating drivers made no difference. Lenovo application are pretty much useless if you have owned a computer before, with the exception of the application that handles the transition between modes (i.e. laptop mode, tent mode, tablet mode, etc.). The transition works very nicely, and I do use the laptop in several different modes. As a laptop/tablet replacing my older laptop this has been an excellent product for me. Several in my family have a surface, and I believe this to be a worthy competitor, though backlit keys would be a plus.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great ultrabook!

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    I bought this Lenovo 11s as a secondary computer to use along side my powerful desktop. I wanted something compact yet powerful to carry around everywhere I go. This ultrabook suits my needs. Lets start of with the build. This laptop feels incredibly solid. Originally, I thought the top and bottom were made of some sort of metal but it's actually a soft touch plastic. This is not a bad thing by any means. Lenovo has managed to make it incredibly durable and grippy. This ultrabook feels like it could take a fall or two without breaking (although I suggest not trying this!#. Unfortunately, the soft touch cover does pick up fingerprints quite easily. The silver color does a pretty good job at covering it up though. If you do a pretty good job at keeping your hands oil free, then you won't notice any finger prints at all. The material for the palm rest is amazing. It's also a soft touch plastic but it's lined making it look like a matte brushed aluminum. It feels great under the palms and makes typing quite a pleasure. The keyboard is a big plus in my opinion. But, I think its purely preference. I love the keyboard because it has a sturdy, yet light, touch. It has just the right amount of travel while remaining very quiet. I would say the same about the trackpad. I've used Windows 8 since launch and the trackpad features don't interfere with my experience at all. It has a nice feel and makes a solid, quiet click when pressed down. Well done, Lenovo! The screen is something that I was unsure about while buying this laptop. I had an 11" Chromebook for a while with the same resolution as this 11s and the screen was terribly. Fortunately, that is not the case with the Lenovo 11s. In fact, the screen is amazing! The colors are great, the brightness is satisfactory, and the sharpness is spot on. I think this resolution with this size of display works quite well together especially when it's an IPS panel. Don't be put off by the low "standard" resolution. The screen is fantastic. I don't use the touch functions all too often but I can tell you that it works perfectly well as you'd expect. No issues there. Now the performance and battery life were the two most important aspects when I was choosing a new laptop. The 4th gen core i5 with the 128gb SSD were attractive to me. This laptop must have Lenovo's boot optimization because it boots in about 5 seconds. I'm not sure how they managed to do that but it boots from cold faster than some laptops wake from sleep. It's amazing! The core i5 performs well but I wouldn't say it's anything special. The computer doesn't stutter or lag. Programs open quickly #primarily due to the SSD# and web pages load almost instantly. That's what was important to me as this is my secondary machine. Any sort of photo editing, gaming, video editing, or programming is done on my desktop. I think that if you wanted to do any of the above, you'd need to upgrade the RAM to 8gb, which is quite easy to do on this laptop. With all of the Lenovo pre-installed apps deactivated and having 1 IE tab open, the ram sits at 37%. Not bad, but not spectacular either. I think you'd run out of memory quickly doing any kind of video or photo editing. The battery life was surprisingly great for my needs. I spend most on my time in PDF reader and OneNote open side by side. With programs like that, the battery life can be over 8 hours. Doing some casual web browsing and word processing, you'll be around 7 hours. This is all on the balanced battery setting. The power saver setting slows the computer down quite a bit making it unusable for my personal preference #you'll just have to wait a bit longer for things to load up#. Overall, this is a solid purchase. For $799.99, this ultrabook is expensive, especially as a second computer for my needs but I think it provides a pleasurable experience with a lot of flexibility.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Very good convertible laptop

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    I was looking for a replacement for my old netbook that could offer the convenience of a tablet and the functionality of a laptop. I considered the Surface, but at the end I decided to purchase the Lenovo (My son got himself a Surface Pro, so I had the chance to compare). So far the Lenovo has been performing very well and I have saved several hundred dollars with respect to the surface, allowing me to buy an additional 64 Gig. memory card. The Lenovo has a perfect size for those who travel and look for more than a tablet. You have plenty of computing power, but remember that this is not a full featured laptop, and storage space is limited, even with an expansion memory card. Lenovo has installed a lot of duplicated software that I removed, plus there is a hidden backup/recovery partition that consumes a big chunk of space. So far my only complaints are the touchpad and power switch. From time to time, the touchpad becomes hesitant and not responsive. I have to lift the finger from the pad to restore functionality. I have found that this is a common problem on the Yoga line. Also, the power switch is difficult to access. I think it has been designed to prevent accidental activation while on tablet mode. Bottom line is that this is a perfect unit for travel and light to medium work, as well as all around home use.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Portable Powerhouse

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    I really wanted something light and portable for school but with more utility than a tablet and this gives me that and more. Battery life is excellent thanks to the new haswell intel chip. I get at least 5 to 6 hours per charge. Windows 8 takes some getting used to but this laptop is great for my use and purposes. I have had it for two months now and have not had any issues. It has a solid state hard drive and starts up almost instantaneously.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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