Lenovo Yoga 900
Lenovo's newest Yoga presents far fewer compromises than it did last year, with a thin and light design that's matched by long battery life and fast performance. It's great to see the company responding to user feedback, but maybe next time it will fine-tune the touchpad as well, and avoid shrinking down any of the keyboard buttons.
- Faster performance
- Much-improved battery life
- Base storage is now 256GB
- Still thin and light, but sturdier
- Sharp screen with good viewing angles
- Some undersized keys
- Touchpad needs fine-tuning
- Slightly thicker and heavier than last year's model
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- 84AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsWired80Review: Lenovo Yoga 900With an attractive price tag and impressive performance across the board, it’s hard not to recommend this laptop to anyone. Also, it is available in orange.ZDNet90Lenovo Yoga 900 review: A powered-up convertibleThis is an excellent ultrabook featuring high-end processors, a great screen, good audio and exemplary build quality. The watchband hinge may be quirky but it works well, and there's even a 512GB SSD option for those who need it. Just be a little wary of the 9-hour battery life claim.PC Mag80Lenovo Yoga 900The Lenovo Yoga 900 premium convertible-hybrid laptop is a wonder of engineering, with a complex multimode hinge that lets you use it in a wide variety of positions. Yet it measures just a half-inch thick.CNET90Lenovo Yoga 900 review: A hybrid laptop with someLenovo clearly listened to feedback about last year's high-end Yoga, keeping the excellent overall design but boosting the specs to match other premium 13-inch laptops.Laptop Magazine80Lenovo Yoga 900 ReviewLenovo's flagship 2-in-1 is the total package when it comes to hybrids, featuring a stunning design, solid performance and a supersharp display.WinSuperSite90Product Review: Lenovo Yoga 900The HP Spectre x360 is still a great unit, it’s just that its 8 months on and Lenovo has finally come up with something that’s better. And, that actually says something about both companies.Ubergizmo100Lenovo Yoga 900 ReviewAt the moment, the Lenovo Yoga 900 is the easy 13.3” Windows laptop choice in the $1200 range. It sets the bar higher, not only in terms of absolute features and performance but especially in terms of “quality for the price” which is one of the most important feature of all.The Verge80Lenovo Yoga 900 reviewIf you have more than $1,000 to spend on a new Windows laptop, you won’t be disappointed by the upgraded Lenovo Yoga 900. But you might appreciate it more for its basic technological improvements than for its bendiness.TechRadar80Lenovo Yoga 900 reviewLenovo addressed complaints ... by adding a bigger battery, more powerful processor and improved keyboard and trackpad ... Even though this may feel like an iterative release, these tweaks add up to make the Yoga 900 a balanced, thoughtfully designed and refined 2-in-1 convertible.TrustedReviews70Lenovo Yoga 900 reviewUndoubtedly the best Yoga yet, this is a well-designed Ultrabook offering decent performance – but it's slightly too rough around the edges to justify the high price.