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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Super Audio and Video Quality

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    It took six months for me to research and narrow down my choices to the HP envyx360, the Dell xps13 and the Lenovo c940. I needed excellent audio, above 300 nit display and a large enough deck to rest my palms. After almost a month of use, I am still super happy with my decision. Very light to tote around, very smart battery saving program and amazing Dolby atmos sound shaper. I waited for the Black Friday Sale AND bought open box "excellent" and saved a ton of money. Do not buy the 4k, you don't need it! The unit is fast, bright and works great in tent mode using the touch screen. I went from a 17 inch HP to this 14 inch and do not feel any loss. Buy it and be happy.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice working laptop

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Was looking for a laptop 2-in-1 to do easy share and white-boarding with my students during zoom. First of all checked at bestbuy live before buying. Checked that it feels comfortable for typing, drawing, image quality and camera. Was satisfied and loved the look and feel, color, finish, usability and performance. Then started hunting for deals to get the best price. Ordered with 12Gb. Took some time to arrived due to Christmas, packaged well, battery half charged. So tested once unpacked. Charged fully, tested what time it give me to do the regular job. Honestly you can get max working time in eco mode with simple several apps, browsers etc. If you actively screen sharing and using camera, it shows me max 10 hours. In reality lasts less. I'd say 8 hours of work he can do so should be able to cover a working day though. Login feature by finger-print works perfectly and fast. Initial setup/install of apps and configuration did not look hard and went pretty easy and smooth, just took time to upgrade, install and tune all apps from my previous laptop i need. Keyboard seems fine and intuitive. Layout slightly unusual, adopt after several hours of use with no issues. If you coming from Macs maybe you might feel something different. For me as Windows user no issues. Touchpad works nice and smooth. Pen comes with laptop, worth of it and do what it supposed to. Easy to use, very silent, not hot, love it.

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga C940-14. We are pleased to hear that the features and performance of the Yoga C940-14 meets your computing needs so well. Lenovo

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    my first laptop

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I used a PC up till my daughter suggested that I needed to move into the 21st century and get a laptop. I'm struggling with it, too used to a PC, I guess. It's not as bad as I feared and the mouse is actually easier to use than I expected, but it took 3 weeks and the tape falling off for me to find the camera. I think I'll like it more as i adjust to it, but my cat sat on it the day after I got it, so I guess it's a seal of approval.

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Every component of Yoga C940 was engineered with your experience in mind. That’s why The Yoga C940 offers the brilliant color and clarity with ultra-narrow bezels. At 400 nits brightness, it’s brighter than standard SDR displays. You’ll enjoy amazing realism that's vivid, nuanced, and powerful. Capture your ideas the moment inspiration hits with a garaged digital pen. Featuring an in-body charging compartment, the Yoga C940 ensures you’ll never lose a thought—or your digital pen—again. The convertible hinge hides a powerful Dolby Atmos Speaker System that immerses you in 3D sound in every mode. Combined with two sets of speakers featuring powerful subwoofers, custom tweeters, and unique vibration buffers that reduce unwanted noise, your audio will sound bigger, deeper, and more accurate. Experience how the Yoga C940 embodies world-class craftsmanship, innovative solutions, and elevated design. Log into your Yoga C940 in less than two seconds with an integrated fingerprint reader. That’s three times faster than the average time it takes to type a password. Forget your password. The Yoga C940 ships with a 720p (HD) webcam with manual Privacy Shutter, to protect your privacy when the webcam is not in use. Lenovo

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful 2-in-1 ultra-portable laptop

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Got this for my son as a gift and he loves it... The ultra-slim compact design and longer battery time give him all the speed and portability that he needs. The garaged active digital pen is a nice and unique feature to allow my college artist to draw whenever he feels like to. The NVMe SSD is definitely super fast, full-HD screen, despite not being 4K, still looks crisp, would highly recommend it.

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga C940-14 for your son. We are pleased to hear that the cutting edge features and the performance of the Yoga C940-14 meets your son's computing needs so well. Designed to be equally stylish in every position, the Yoga C930 is crafted from premium aluminum with high-precision drills and polished twice for a luxurious feel. Not only will you have a sleek looking 2-in-1 laptop, you’ll also have a marvelous feat in cutting edge computer engineering. The Yoga C930 offers 12GB of DDR4-2400MHz RAM, 256GB SSD PCIe of super-fast storage, as well as 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processing. So you'll have a system engineered for powerful responsiveness and speed in a razor-thin convertible. Combine display clarity with the ultra vivid imaging of Dolby Vision. Experience brighter brights, darker blacks, and colors never before seen on standard displays—the true red of an English double-decker bus, or the sharp blue of a summer sky. By shifting components, we were able to edge the screen with razor-thin 4.95 mm vertical bezels that will make the absolute most of your visuals. Working hand-in-hand with Dolby, we created the word's first speakers that fit into a convertible hinge via a rotating sound bar, delivering powerful immersive sound in every mode. The Yoga C930's Rotating Sound Bar with Dolby Atmos Speaker System is truly revolutionary, as the audio sound will be just as amazing whatever mode you're in: tent, stand, tablet, or laptop. Dolby Atmos delivers breathtaking, three-dimensional audio that flows above and around you with depth and precision. Combining two sets of speakers - featuring powerful down-firing woofers, custom tweeters, and unique vibration buffers that reduce unwanted noise - your audio will sound bigger, deeper, and more accurate. It’s sound you can feel. We've heard from you that keeping track of a digital pen can be a pain. With a garaged pen (included) that fits flush into the chassis, you won't have to worry about looking for your pen when you need it. The Yoga C930 ensures you'll be able to capture your thoughts the moment they occur because it charges while in its compartment and is ready to go. With its 4,096 points of pressure sensitivity in the tip of the pen, it provides the natural feel of a pen-on-paper experience, with twice the accuracy of competitors' pens. Lenovo

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    YOGA slim laptop

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    Owned for 1 year when reviewed.

    This purchase was a handy and lightweight Top-of-the line laptop work and play. Lenovo yoga starts up quickly and keeps on going with a minimum of trouble. Gaming is better served on your more powerful PC though.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Handles it all like a CHAMP!

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    Owned for 8 months when reviewed.

    I use this laptop for work and my business and it handles all the work I throw at it! The speed of the computer with the 12GB of RAM and the 512GB Solid State Drive makes the experience super smooth every single time I turn it on and use it. I also game on this computer from time from time to time and it handles Skyrim, The Witcher very well. Although it does not have a NVidia chip included, but it does the job with the Intel Iris Plus graphics that it comes with. The build of the laptop is amazing with the key board being very well built. I love this laptop and got it for a great price last year I recommend this beast of a laptop to anyone. Oh and it has a pen which is convenient for taking notes.

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thanks for choosing the Lenovo Yoga C940 Laptop. We are pleased to hear the features, performance, build quality, included pen, and feather light design of the Yoga C940 are meeting your computing needs so well! Lenovo

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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Anny Yoga

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    The Yoga laptop is great. Run smoothly and fast while surfing through different website. Good quality sound, the dark gray color gives a elegant finish. Con: The Yoga is much heavy than other laptops.

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga C940-14, model number 81Q9002GUS. This model weighs just 2.97 lbs. Lenovo

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Laptop

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    Owned for 6 months when reviewed.

    This Lenovo was a good computer! I really loved! I bought again!

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thanks for choosing the Lenovo Yoga C940 Laptop. We are pleased to hear the features, performance, build quality, included pen, and feather light design of the Yoga C940 are meeting your computing needs so well! Lenovo

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Lenovo c940

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Excellent machine bought at best price globally. Delivery was really fast. Product was in excellent condition. No damages and same as advertised. Glad to had such an amazing and fruitful shopping experience.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Value for Money!

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

    I have been using it for 7 months and I really love it, touch is really smooth and I love the pen

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Solid and Sleek Build

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

    Sleek and great performance and battery life. Getting warm on your lap, so best location is at the table.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Yoga C940-14. You can use Lenovo Q-Control to manually control fan and system performance: ( Fn + Q ) option to change the fan by undervolting the processor. Lenovo

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    Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Problem of the video and display

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    I bought this laptop 6 months ago since the second month of the date of purchase the display started flashing very badly whenever I start video call and sometimes the writing on the screen shake and blurry I call the warranty company they worked with me remotely twice but the problem is getting worse I am really want them to replace it with a brand new of hp laptop because I don’t trust LENOVO laptops ANYMORE.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      We are sorry to hear that you are having issues with your Lenovo Yoga C940-14. Be sure any software you installed is compatible with Windows 10. There is no need to install Microsoft Office software. The software is already part of the operating system, you just need to activate the software with a purchased product key. If you have installed a copy of Microsoft Office, this is conflicting with the existing copy on the system and this will slow your system down. If you have installed a 3rd party anti-virus program, be sure that Windows Defender is turned off and that the trial version of McAfee Anti-Virus software is uninstalled. There can only be one anti-virus program on the system. You may need to restore your system to original factory default settings if any of the programming errors have occurred. You can do that by typing "restore" in the Cortana search window. Just click on the magnifying glass icon at the bottom left of your Windows 10 Desktop. Click on "Reset This PC" Then click on "Get Started" and follow the on screen directions to restore to factory defaults. If the problem persists, we recommend you contact Lenovo Tech Support at: 877-453-6686. Lenovo

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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Sunitha

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    The product looks so sleek. The performance is too good

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    Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Display problems on start up

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    I should've known better. I keep getting reeled in by Yoga specs, and every time there is some problem from the start. This one is no different. But this time I'm returning and not going to bother with Geek Squad or the mess that is Lenovo factory service. 1) Second time I started up the machine, the screen was bright, blinding green. Only thing that made it go away was restarting computer. 2) 3rd time I tried using machine, fingerprint scanner did not recognize me. Had to use pin to sign in. Now it's a crapshoot each time I try starting the computer. Sometimes scanner works, sometimes it doesn't. My fingerprint hasn't changed... 3) Also 3rd time I started up computer (after using pin because fingerprint didn't work), the screen was bright red/pink. This time it reverted back to normal after a minute or so. 4) Still third time using computer, now when I scroll vertically on websites, the screen will momentarily turn black. This also happened with my Yoga 900. 5) Uncomfortable keyboard. Surface is too hard after using Yoga 900 rubberized board, and the edge is really sharp, as mentioned in another review. My hands feel weirdly overextended or cramped when typing. I honestly can't figure out which. Only that they start to hurt while using this keyboard. Sound quality is nice, speed is good. But display problems out of the box is too reminiscent of my Yoga 900 and Yoga Pro 2. Not going to deal wit the hassle again. Tried out a Dell XPS 2 in 1 today and I'm going to order one. My last Dell had almost no issues until the hinge broke. All my Yogas have been beautiful to look at, but too many technical problems and no support at all from Lenovo. it's an awful company. Returning.

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      We are sorry to hear that you are having issues with your Lenovo Yoga C940-14. Concerning the screen image issues you mention, be sure the latest version of Windows 10 is on the computer. Then update all of the BIOS files and drivers up to that latest Windows 10 version. You can easily accomplish this by scanning the computer with the Lenovo Utility software installed. 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. Here's a tip for making your fingerprint reader work every time: Try lightly sliding your finger over the fingerprint reader. No need to press hard on the reader, in fact pressing hard on the fingerprint reader will distort your fingerprint and cause read errors. If the issues continue, we recommend you call Lenovo Tech Support for specific help with your issues at: 877-453-6686. Lenovo

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    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Im having issues

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    When i first got my conputer it ran into an error like 5 minutes into set up, i let it slide because i thought that was normal but recently it keeps running inti errors and even back ti back sometimes, ive contacted lenovo and they havent got back to me. Idk what to do, but other than that i really do love this laptop

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
      Posted .

      We are sorry to hear that you are having issues with the initial setup of your Lenovo Yoga C940-14. It is possible that restoring the computer back to original factory settings may correct the issue. This system is equipped with OneKey Recovery System. There is a very small pin hole on the back left side of the device, right near the cooling vent on the device. You will need a pin to push this reset button. Plug the device in. Let the battery charge for about 15 minutes. Push the reset button. The system should boot to a choice screen where you can choose "Restore To Factory Default". Select this. It will delete everything from the hard drive except the original factory install of the operating system. You will need to reinstall all programs and files after the reset. If you don't have copies of the files, try to make one before you restore by selecting "Boot to desktop" and trying to back up your files. Once you have restored the computer, be sure any software you installed is compatible with Windows 10. There is no need to install Microsoft Office software. The software is already part of the operating system, you just need to activate the software with a purchased product key. If you have installed a copy of Microsoft Office, this is conflicting with the existing copy on the system and this will slow your system down. If you have installed a 3rd party anti-virus program, be sure that Windows Defender is turned off and that the trial version of McAfee Anti-Virus software is uninstalled. There can only be one anti-virus program on the system. You may need to restore your system to original factory default settings if any of the programming errors have occurred. You can do that by typing "restore" in the Cortana search window. Just click on the magnifying glass icon at the bottom left of your Windows 10 Desktop. Click on "Reset This PC" Then click on "Get Started" and follow the on screen directions to restore to factory defaults. If the problem persists, we recommend you contact Lenovo Tech Support at: 877-453-6686. Lenovo

  • Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Crashing

    Posted .

    This laptop keep crashing on me and its only 8 months old, I'm in the middle of finals and I'm so upset after paying almost a $1000 for this laptop!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great overall package

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    This is a long review. For the impatient, here’s the summary – I compared this laptop to the HP Spectre 360 13” as they are often cross shopped. Both are great laptops, but in the end, I chose to keep the Lenovo C940 for its combination of build quality, general performance, and audio quality. Like all “ultraportables” it’s a laptop with a few compromises, but overall it’s an excellent package. Now, the details… First, a word about how I use a laptop like this and what I’m looking for. I have a very powerful desktop setup for VR, triple-screen gaming, and getting real work done, and I also have a powerful gaming laptop for more portability in gaming around my house. For an ultraportable, I’m looking for a thin, light, highly portable travel computer that I can use when I’m away from home that can let me do some work, some light gaming, and lots of listening to music, with excellent battery life. Like many, I initially thought of the Lenovo C940 14”, the HP Spectre 360 13”, and the Dell XPS 2 in 1 13”. Since the Dell doesn’t have a USB-A port and the SSD is soldered down, it was immediately out of the running. I end up with Best Buy version of the Lenovo C940 on sale for $1099, and the HP Spectre 360 13” on sale for $1049. Both are the 1080p models. I won’t go into all the specs since they are easily found on Best Buy’s website. Each of the two had different strengths: Pros of Lenovo C940: • Better audio (4 speakers, louder, clearer, and with some tweaking, also has a wider soundstage) • Larger screen with better contrast, deeper blacks (but both screens seem similarly bright and I'd be happy with either) • Maybe slightly better build quality, (but both laptops have excellent build quality) • More RAM (12GB vs 8 on the HP) • The highest performance setting is allowed while on battery (this is not true of the HP) • Seemingly less throttling on battery vs HP • Can enable stereo mix, useful for recording streaming audio, among other things (this is not an available option with the HP) • USB A is normal port without hinge to open completely. (HP's port is partially closed by a hinge that must be pulled down to open the port fully. This makes it more difficult to insert with one hand, and the hinge, like all such hinges, seems fragile.) • Little to no difference in performance between being plugged in and on battery (I consider this particularly important in a so-called ultraportable, since I expect to be working, or even light gaming, on battery much of the time.) The HP takes a performance hit on battery, at least in graphics capability. Pros of HP Spectre: • Smaller footprint and overall size • MicroSD slot (a surprising omission on the Lenovo given its excellent audio capabilities. (Many people like to keep a loaded card in the slot filled with music and/or movies. I keep a 256GB card in there loaded with music to play locally via MediaMonkey.) Also, the MicroSD slot is spring loaded and an inserted card barely sticks out. • Charges with portable USB Type C chargers that won't work with the Lenovo (likely an amp requirement, as the Lenovo's charger *is* USB Type C. My Anker 60W portable charger charges the HP with no problem. It will not charge the Lenovo at all.) • Smaller included charger • Great keyboard (more travel than the Lenovo and the keycaps themselves have more depth. Keycaps are also slightly larger than on the Lenovo, which I prefer) • Multimedia keys, i.e., play/pause, forward and rewind (another surprising omission on the Lenovo given its excellent audio capabilities) • Windows Hello IR camera (not everyone cares about using facial recognition to log in, but if you do, the HP has it and the Lenovo does not. When it works, it's very fast. However, more than once, the camera refused to work properly, and I was instead prompted to log in with my PIN.) I also ran a few benchmarks that I had easily available on the two systems (see below). And in a couple cases, I compared to a Ryzen 5 2500U Vega 8 laptop I own to see how these 10th gen intel chips w/Iris Plus graphics compared to AMD Vega mobile graphics. The Lenovo and HP generally feel similar in everyday use, though the HP seems to have better graphics performance despite having 8GB RAM vs the Lenovo’s 12GB. Sometimes those extra frames were noticeable when actually gaming. But in the end, there are things to love about each of these machines, and I could happily live with either. Ultimately, I decided that for the extra $50, the overall package of the C940 won out for me. The build quality, larger and better display, extra RAM, audio quality (I love that the audio is good enough that I can leave a bluetoooth speak behind when I’m traveling now) and general performance make this is a nearly perfect ultrabook for me. But again, I think these are both great laptops, and depending on what you value/prioritize most, either could be the right choice. For Laptop Testing: Dirt Rally Benchmark Results (Single Run) Lenovo C940 - Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Avg FPS: 30.74 Min FPS: 23.90 Max FPS: 38.05 HP Spectre 360 - Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Avg FPS: 33.91 Min FPS: 26.73 Max FPS: 43.56 Lenovo C940 - Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Unplugged, Best Performance: Avg FPS: 21.75 Min FPS: 17.92 Max FPS: 27.80 HP Spectre 360 - HP-recommended Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Unplugged, Best Performance: Avg FPS: 17.92 Min FPS: 13.66 Max FPS: 26.67 Dell 7375 (Ryzen 2500U, 8 GB RAM, Vega 8 Integrated Graphics,), Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Avg FPS: 19.06 Min FPS: 13.76 Max FPS: 28.31 ******************************************* Novabench Results (Note, values are the average of 3 runs for each test) Lenovo C940 Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Overall Score:2009 CPU Score:1202 GPU Score: 283 (Direct3D11: 26FPS, OpenCL: 1,152 GFLOPS) Ram Score - 12GB: 264 (RAM Speed: 29,655 MB/s) Disk Score: 260 (Write Speed: 2,656 MB/s, Read Speed: 1,876 MB/s) Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: On Battery, Best Performance: Overall Score:1993 CPU Score:1202 GPU Score: 267 (Direct3D11: 24FPS, OpenCL: 1,133 GFLOPS) Ram Score - 12GB: 265 (RAM Speed: 30,035 MB/s) Disk Score: 259 (Write Speed: 2,612 MB/s, Read Speed: 1,889 MB/s) HP Spectre 360 Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Overall Score:1817 CPU Score:1183 GPU Score: 307 (Direct3D11: 29FPS, OpenCL: 1,066 GFLOPS) Ram Score - 8GB: 234 (RAM Speed: 27,473 MB/s) Disk Score: 95 (Write Speed: 495 MB/s, Read Speed: 627 MB/s) HP-recommended Thermal Profile (Note - this is the highest performance profile available on the HP when on battery power), Power Mode: On Battery, Best Performance: Overall Score:1729 CPU Score:1163 GPU Score: 227 (Direct3D11: 19FPS, OpenCL: 1,154 GFLOPS) Ram Score - 8GB: 232 (RAM Speed: 27,620 MB/s) Disk Score: 107 (Write Speed: 327 MB/s, Read Speed: 993 MB/s) Dell 7375 (Ryzen 2500U, Vega 8 Integrated Graphics, 8 GB RAM) Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Overall Score: 1263 CPU Score: 794 GPU Score: 227 (Direct3D11: 19 FPS, OpenCL: 970 GFLOPS) Ram Score - 8GB: 187 (RAM Speed: 14,734 MB/s) Disk Score: 55 (Write Speed: 99 MB/s, Read Speed: 421 MB/s) Power Mode: On Battery, Best Performance: Overall Score: 1231 CPU Score: 765 GPU Score: 219 (Direct3D11: 18 FPS, OpenCL: 1,149 GFLOPS) Ram Score - 8GB: 184 (RAM Speed: 13,795 MB/s) Disk Score: 63 (Write Speed: 210 MB/s, Read Speed: 417 MB/s) F.E.A.R Benchmarks: Medium Preset, 1280x720: Dell 7375 (Ryzen 2500U, Vega 8 Integrated Graphics, 16 GB RAM), Plugged In, Best Performance Min FPS: 26 Avg FPS: 31 Max FPS: 36 HP Spectre 360 Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Min FPS: 42 Avg FPS: 53 Max FPS: 65 Lenovo C940 Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Min FPS: 32 Avg FPS: 37 Max FPS: 41 Maximum Preset, 1920x1080: HP Spectre 360 Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Min FPS: 25 Avg FPS: 31 Max FPS: 36 Lenovo C940 Performance Thermal Profile, Power Mode: Plugged In, Best Performance: Min FPS: 30 Avg FPS: 36 Max FPS: 40

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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great build. Minimal junk installed. No tilt pen.

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Overall, this is a pretty fantastic laptop. I use a Macbook Pro for work, but really don't love macOS, or the complete lack of touch screen or basically any innovation in the mac lineup in a long time. My Chromebook was hardly able to handle video anymore, and overall ChromeOS just doesn't do what I need it to - particularly with photo editing while on vacations. In my search for a laptop, I knew I wanted a 2-in-1 to have the flexibility of a nice large tablet, as my Nexus 7 is well past the end of its life. I wanted touchscreen, and an active pen with a garage. Shockingly, the garage feature isn't available on most 2-in-1 laptops! I wanted at least 12GB of RAM because websites and modern browsers are hungry these days, and that will only get worse. I *really* wanted an AMD Ryzen 7 chip, but unfortunately that never seems to be paired with a bright screen, so I had to settle for Intel i7 & Iris+ graphics. My search landed me on the C940, as it has an acceptable amount of RAM and SSD storage, good processor, quality build, (barely) bright enough screen for outdoor use with a high color gamut for photo editing, and the garage pen functionality. The Good: * So far, I've been impressed with the build quality. It feels solid. * I like the keyboard feel quite a bit - much more than the shallow travel of the Macbook. * The touchpad is acceptable, though it took me a while to figure out why many clicks kept registering as a "right click" - turns out the lower right section of the trackpad was set to act as right click by default. Easy enough to disable that hidden "feature"! * Lenovo did a good job of NOT installing a bunch of spammy demo software! MS Office might be the worst offender - easy enough to uninstall. * I actually find their update and configuration utility useful. * Lenovo's extended warranty and accidental damage protection plans are reasonably priced. I'm impressed with the details they've put into their customer experience - much improved over my HP days of 10 years or so ago! * The laptop has been stable, runs relatively cool and quiet most of the time. Even when the fan is on full speed it isn't terrible. * Battery life has been impressive. * Fingerprint scanner has been quick and reliable - much better than my Samsung Galaxy S9, for instance * I never expect to use a laptop's speakers for music, but the speakers are shockingly good with mysteriously strong bass, if needed in a pinch. * Physical camera shade The bad: * I didn't realize until I started playing around in Corel Painter - the active pen does NOT have tilt functionality! I didn't realize this was a thing that I wanted until I started actually *using* the active pen. This is quite a disappointment - especially if you intend to use this for digital art creation! I can only hope that Lenovo offers a tilt pen upgrade that fits in the garage. * No USB-C charging ports on the right side of the laptop. I swear, every single place I sit in my house, the wall outlet is on the right side of the couch, chair, table. This means crossing the cable over my lap, or under me. One port on the right would have made all of the difference. * Doesn't charge with lower-powered USB-C PD chargers. This is something the Macbook will do - charge with a phone charger (slowly). Sometimes, that's all you got, and its better than nothing!

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      The Lenovo Yoga C940-14 ships with an integrated, rechargeable, garaged active pen with 4,096 level of sensitivity. The Lenovo active pen is a great creativity tool for the artist and comes in handy for editing digital documents and taking digital notes as well. Every component of Yoga C940 was engineered with your experience in mind. That’s why The Yoga C940 offers the brilliant color and clarity with ultra-narrow bezels. At 400 nits brightness, it’s brighter than standard SDR displays. You’ll enjoy amazing realism that's vivid, nuanced, and powerful. Capture your ideas the moment inspiration hits with a garaged digital pen. Featuring an in-body charging compartment, the Yoga C940 ensures you’ll never lose a thought—or your digital pen—again. The convertible hinge hides a powerful Dolby Atmos Speaker System that immerses you in 3D sound in every mode. Combined with two sets of speakers featuring powerful subwoofers, custom tweeters, and unique vibration buffers that reduce unwanted noise, your audio will sound bigger, deeper, and more accurate. Experience how the Yoga C940 embodies world-class craftsmanship, innovative solutions, and elevated design. Log into your Yoga C940 in less than two seconds with an integrated fingerprint reader. That’s three times faster than the average time it takes to type a password. Forget your password. Lenovo

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    This Laptop is Yoga-licious Overall Experience

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    I live in a mixed household. Not red and blue. But, Mac and Windows. Over the past couple of years, we've used a MacBook Pro, Dell XPS, Surface Laptop 3 and now the Lenovo Yoga C940 for office and home. All of these machines have much going for them, but all of them also have shortcomings. I now believe the Lenovo Yoga C940 may be the best overall laptop of this illustrious group. Why? The Yoga is sleek and a solid build. It's faster than the comparable laptops, has longer battery life, a brighter display, incredibly powerful speakers, a slightly larger display and a responsive track pad. Its pencil is smartly tucked away inside the back of the machine where it's accessible and not easily lost. My only complaints about the Yoga are the price, and the annoying, unrelenting third-party pop ups for security software. Here's how I'd compare the C940 Lenovo Yoga to the others: * Yoga vs. MacBook Pro: the MBP is my long-time, go-to laptop, and I still love its power, ease of use, reliability and convenience within the Apple ecosystem. The Yoga has a better keyboard and superior display. * Yoga vs. Dell XPS: The XPS is sporty, a bit more compact, has a bezel-less screen and a terrific keyboard. The Yoga feels more solidly built, has a quieter fan and longer battery life. (The XPS also has already been in the shop for a repair). * Yoga vs. Surface Laptop 3: The Surface is lightweight and great for travel, and it has my favorite track pad of this group. Compared to the Yoga, though, the Surface seems more sluggish and its display and speakers more middling. While the Lenovo Yoga is not inexpensive, its high-powered performance, portability and stunning looks make this among the best in class overall.

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic buy

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    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    I was having really bad luck with laptops had to return 2 different surface lineups due to defects and almost went with a MacBook due to all the issues I had. But I found this Lenovo and it’s fantastic so far top of the line specs for a great price. Normally I’m not a fan of Lenovo for personal reasons but they did a fantastic job on this laptop the quality is top notch. Pros: Lightweight Great battery (used it all day and it handled everything like a champ) Insanely fast (10th gen i7 is a huge stepup from 8th gen) Build quality is minimal design but very sturdy Super fast charging (0-100 in 1 hour 25 mins) Has a built in camera blocker so you don’t have to worry about being watched if that worries you. Finger print scanner is amazing! Hasn’t failed once 2 in 1 Pretty good display as well I love the 14 inch in such a small body the speakers are absolutely insane Dolby atmos is now a standard I must have in my products incredibly loud and clear Cons: Everything is soldered on so you can’t upgrade later (but shouldn’t an issue with the 12gbs of ram 512 ssd and 10th i7) Very minor but you can’t do the lift with a single finger like on a MacBook (once you’ve tried it you compare everything else to it) My biggest gripe is there is a decent amount of bloatware but it just takes time to remove it. For everything you get and for the price you can’t go wrong I didn’t know if I’d like this laptop but after using it for videos course work and just general use I absolutely recommend it

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    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
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      The unique convertible, 360-degree hinge of the Yoga C940-14 hides a powerful Dolby Atmos Speaker System that immerses you in 3D sound in every mode. Combined with two sets of speakers featuring powerful subwoofers, custom tweeters, and unique vibration buffers that reduce unwanted noise, your audio will sound bigger, deeper, and more accurate. Experience how the Yoga C940 embodies world-class craftsmanship, innovative solutions, and elevated, cutting edge design. This unique hinge allows you to position the screen either in the tradition laptop mode or rotate the screen through 360-degrees to position the screen to use the Yoga C940-14 in tablet mode. You can easily open the lid of the Yoga C940-14 by positioning your right thumb on the bottom front edge of the device the use your left thumb raise the lid. You can position the touchscreen anywhere along the 360-degree arc. The Lenovo Yoga C940-14 model ships with just two adware programs, a 30-day trial of Microsoft Office 365 (as part of Windows 10 operating system) and a 30-day trial of McAfee virus protection. Lenovo computers ship with one of the cleanest factory software installs within the consumer computer industry. Lenovo

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