|Screen Size||15.6 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2560 (UHD Touchscreen)|
|Processor||2.8 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB SDRAM DDR4|
|Hard Drive||512 GB SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050|
|Wireless Type||802.11A, Bluetooth, 802.11bgn|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
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Lenovo Yoga 720 2-in-1 15.6" 4K UHD IPS Touch-Screen Ultrabook, Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, Thunderbolt, Fingerprint Reader, Backlit Keyboard -Win10
|Price:||$1,169.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad-Core Processor 2.8 GHz (max boost speed up to 3.8GHz) 6MB Cache, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics 2GB Dedicated Video memorry
- 15.6-inch 4K IPS 10-point multitouch screen, Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution Widescreen LED, Convertible 360° flip-and-fold design, Stylus Capable Screen, Windows Ink Capable, Stylus not included
- 16 GB DDR4 SDRAM 2133 MHz, 512GB Solid State Drive, Backlit keyboard, Fingerprint Reader, Thunderbolt port for connecting advanced monitors and external drives, NO Optical Drive
- Ultra-fast 802.11 A/C WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1, 1USB Type-C port, 1 SuperSpeed 10Gbs USB 3.1 port, 2X high speed USB 3.0, 1x Combo audio jack, JBL Stereo Speakers with Dolby Audio, HD webcam with two microphones
- Windows 10 home 64 bit, Weighs4.41lbs, measures 0.8" thin, Battery life up to 8 hours, Color: Silver
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Windows 10 operating system
Built for Windows Ink
Enjoy Ink driven experiences in apps like Office, Messenger, and Microsoft Edge, as well as apps from brands like Adobe. Windows Ink is integrated with Illustrator to bring you an intuitive pen experience.
15.6" touch screen for hands-on control
3840 x 2160 native resolution. Natural finger-touch navigation makes the most of Windows 10. IPS technology. LED backlight.
7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ mobile processor
16GB system memory for intense multitasking and gaming
512GB solid state drive (SSD)
360° flip-and-fold design
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics 2GB
Weighs 4.41 lbs. and measures 0.8" thin
Bluetooth interface syncs with compatible devices
1 USB Type-C port
SuperSpeed 10Gbs USB 3.1 port
2 USB 3.0 ports maximize the latest high-speed devices
Thunderbolt port for connecting advanced monitors and external drives
This single interface supports both high-speed data and high-def video — plus power over cable for bus-powered devices — ideal for digital content creators.
Next-generation wireless connectivity
Built-in HD webcam with two microphones
Built-in fingerprint reader
Headphone/microphone combo jack.
Note: This laptop does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive.
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My honest review is that this laptop is powerful, sturdy, and the very very pretty looking. the screen is definitely a 4k screen, all my programs look fresh and amazing. tablet mode seems to work very well. As far as software, i have install the entire Microsoft Office Professional Suite which is several programs, and all run smoothly and amazing. I have installed several graphic design programs (entire adobe creative suite) and it seems to run very quickly and smoothly as well. The metal frame is very nice and sleek.
So far I am very pleased, I hope it continues to operate this smoothly. I bought a 2 year warrenty which i think is over priced but i wanted that safety net.
My only con is the it did not include a stylus pen... I bought the 30 Lenovo pen, its cool but over priced.
In all, I take my computer seriously and I did my research on this unit and again so far I am very very pleased.
Performance: 4 stars
The i7-7700HQ processor coupled with the GTX 1050 dedicated GPU makes for an impressive amount of power in a small package. I'm able to run most games on 1440p or 4k with playable performance on high settings. You won't get 4k ultra performance, but you'll want to look at gaming laptops for that. Also, I have issues with severe diagonal screen tearing in some games. Lowering the settings seems to help, but Vsync doesn't help at all. It seems to be a known issue with windows 10.
Disk: 5 stars
An SSD is superior to traditional drives in all ways except capacity. They're lightweight, silent, use less power, and are resistant to shock damage. But most importantly, they're incredibly fast. Apps open instantly and the system boots up in seconds.
Screen: 3 stars
This is where it gets tricky. The 4K UHD panel is generally great. Good color quality, very bright, and very sharp detail. HOWEVER, mine does have the now-infamous issue where a thin black bar appears in the top-right corner of the screen and slowly drifts down. This is a physical defect in the screen that Lenovo is aware of and says they are working to fix quickly. For now, you can fix it temporarily by storing your laptop in a vertical position with the top of the screen facing down overnight. The bar may reappear later though. Another minor gripe: There is no HDMI output, you have to buy a USB-C to HDMI adapter.
Input: 3 stars
The keyboard feels a bit spongy, and the trackpad is decent but sometimes feels like it's not responding as well to tap-clicks as I would like. The trackpad itself also seems to be slightly vertically askew, but so far it doesn't affect functionality. No pen is included - just an empty box where one should be.
Sound: 4 stars
As far as laptop speakers go, these are very high quality. They're loud, full-sounding, and not nearly as tinny as many others I've owned. And for all the ports this laptop is missing, it does have a headphone jack.
Other thoughts: The fingerprint reader is a nice addition, but I do wish they'd have put more ports on this thing. I can live without ethernet, but an HDMI out, a third USB, and an SD card reader would all have been nice.
If you're willing to accept the risk of the black-bar issue, I recommend this laptop. No other model out there has this level of performance without looking like something out of a Transformers cartoon. I'm going to keep mine for now and see if the black bar gets any worse. If it does, hopefully Lenovo's warranty center will have a permanent fix soon. There is a huge ongoing forum thread on it ("Yoga 720 Display Issue").
To install Linux you need to be reasonably technically competent. Standard releases such as Mint won't currently install at all. To get things working you will need a Kernel as recent as 4.14 which is now released. Earlier Kernels may only give you partial support or won't install. I used the script tool by Linuxium (you will have to search for the website) to re-spin an ISO disk image. It worked well.
In the BIOS you will need to disable the Intel RAID nonsense for the SSD and set things up for legacy support (no UEFI). In my case I trashed Windows 10 so I have no comment or experience of dual booting.
Currently my system functions with WiFi, touch-screen, touch-pad (with gestures), Lenovo stylus & back-lit keyboard. The fingerprint doo-dad doesn't work yet.
It is a good machine.
The physical design is very reminiscent of an Apple Mac Book. It does have a significant design flaw: the power button is on the edge of right hand side so as you flip the machine into tablet mode it is easy to accidentally turn it off. Another more subtle flaw is the silly shiny bevels that it has. I guess they couldn't just admit that the Apple design didn't need improvement so they gilded the lily.
There is one significant drawback. The 15" Yoga 720 will *NOT* charge via USB-C. The 13" will, but NOT the 15". I use a Pluggable USB-C Docking station to provide signal to external monitor (4K!), Gigabit Ethernet, and a USB-3 webcam. Since it won't charge on USB-C, I also have to plug in the power adapter. Frustrating that I have to buy another power brick for travel, but it wouldn't stop me from buying the unit.
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