|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1600 x 900|
|Max Screen Resolution||1600x900|
|Processor||1.8 GHz Core i3 3227U|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||128 GB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Integrated Intel HD Graphics|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
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None of the other contenders even came close to what I have with this Lenovo. I needed something light weight because I travel a lot, I needed something with at least 2 USB ports, at least 128 GB (and it has a SD slot), at least a 13" screen, and most importantly, I wanted a convertible ultrabook so I could do away with one more piece of electronic equipment (my tablet) while I traveled).
It's everything that I had hoped for and more and the price is right. I looked at every other product on the market including making the switch to an Apple product. No lie!!! I had read reviews about "fan noise" or "over heating" but have not experienced that myself. I have now had my Lenovo for several weeks and it was an easy transition from my old computer. It is easy to learn Windows 8 and I have no regrets to date about my purchase. It's a great product and it's fun to use. If you take the leap and purchase this Lenovo -- I don't think you'll regret it. Happy hunting.
I have an IT background so I do a lot of cool things with it and it keeps up with all of it. I've never regretted my purchase and have been very pleased with it's performance.
Lenovo is a good company- I've been to their main office in Beijing to see their product center where they show off their products that are coming out & they also announced that they are building a factory and office in North Carolina. Isn't that awesome for a Chinese company to do! Yeah!
Not sure if its Windows 8, the machine or the combination of the two, but the computer has crashed a few times very randomly. Windows 8 tries to "repair" but doesn't really do it.
The touch mouse pad is super sensitive and has too many fancy features on it. When typing its easy to touch the pad with the edges of your palm and suddenly switch windows around or zoom in, etc.
The key board layout isnt the best. To access the F buttons you are required to hold down the Fn key, which is annoying if you Excel shortcuts a lot. The shift/Enter keys on the right side are small and crowded together, so it takes a little getting used to.
The wifi is also a little weak. Ive sat around other laptops that can pick up the signal when i couldnt. Usually works fine but is annoying.
I also love the way the keyboard hinges and folds behind the screen. Much better than the detachable keyboards which are a hassle. I recommend that you also purchase the Lenovo slip keyboard cover which can hold only the keyboard or the entire folded up tablet. The folded up tablet fits perfect on my music rack for both my piano and harp. All the other tablets had detachable or wireless keyboards which felt cumbersome to me. Purchase the screen protector directly from Lenovo for $9.99 which includes shipping. Amazon charges $29 for the same product. It has totally changed the way I play and my practice time is put to much better use.
The only negative is that it's much more expensive than similar tablets with slightly smaller screens. But I wanted a bigger screen and one that would be light weight and very portable.
I've only had it for a week but so far no problems.
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Did not even attempt to help me with my request to replace the computer with different version. there details were vague and hard to follow. I am most dissatisfied with this co. Read morePublished on May 16, 2014 by Behnam Moghadasi
This laptop's biggest problem is poor WiFi reception. At a place where a MacBook Pro can sustain stable video playback, the Yoga 2 stutters and freezes constantly. Read morePublished on May 11, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I really wanted a tablet and I needed a new laptop. I didn't want to buy two different items so I searched for a long time for some sort of two in one. Read morePublished on May 7, 2014 by R. Livingston
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