Lenovo Yoga 910
The Yoga 910's jumpy trackpad, unreliable fingerprint reader and loud fan noise can make it frustrating to use, but it's ultimately saved by its compact design, mostly comfortable typing experience and its combination of price and specs. For next year's model, Lenovo would do well to address the longstanding touchpad issues, and replace the fingerprint reader with a Windows Hello webcam.
- Thin and light
- Good specs for the money
- Long battery life
- Mostly comfortable typing experience
- Mix of full- and Type-C USB ports
- Lots of fan noise
- Some shrunken keyboard buttons
- Frustrating touchpad
- Unreliable fingerprint reader instead of a Windows Hello webcam
- No Thunderbolt 3 support
- Large bezel below the screen
- Critic Reviews (10)
- User Reviews (1)
- 86AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsPC Mag90Lenovo Yoga 910With power, style, a comfortable keyboard and phenomenal battery life, the Yoga 910 cements Lenovo's position as class leader of the growing 2-in-1 laptop field.CNET90Lenovo Yoga 910 review: A hybrid laptop you won'tWith a beautiful design, excellent performance and battery life and a great display, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is one head-turning hybrid.PC World90Lenovo Yoga 910 review: A host of excellent upgradEven if you never bend it into other shapes, it’s still a fantastic ultraportable. It has class-leading battery life, a gorgeous display with a mostly razor-thin bezel, and excellent performance.Laptop Magazine90Lenovo Yoga 910 ReviewLenovo's Yoga 910 pushes the limits of premium 2-in-1s, thanks to its nearly bezel-free display, speedy 7th-gen Intel CPU and more than 10 hours of battery life.SlashGear80Lenovo YOGA 910 ReviewThe Lenovo YOGA 910 stands out amongst the crowd. It is an eye-catcher in every sense of the word, boasting an all-aluminum unibody, the attractive watchband hinge, slim bezels, and a satin finish.Computer Shopper80Lenovo Yoga 910 Review and RatingsThe successor to Lenovo's flagship Yoga 900 shrinks its bezels, broadens its screen, and delivers museum-worthy design plus 19 hours of battery life.GottaBeMobile90Lenovo Yoga 910 Review: Near PerfectionIf you’re in the market for a high-end notebook, it doesn’t get much better than the Lenovo Yoga 910.ChipChick90Lenovo Yoga 910 ReviewAll in all, the Yoga 910 is now more stunning and refined then ever. This is one hell of an attractive laptop whose beauty is not just skin deep.The Verge80LENOVO YOGA 910 REVIEW: ALL THE RIGHT PIECESThe Yoga 910 is a good laptop, maybe even a very good one. But it’s not a great one. This isn’t quite the Best Default Laptop For Everybody, and it’s starting to feel like that’s the theme for this season’s crop of laptops. Set your expectations accordingly.Digital Trends80LENOVO YOGA 910 REVIEWThe Yoga 910’s excellent performance, at a lower price than many competitors, is hard to ignore. This 2-in-1 is a strong choice this holiday season, even if it’s not our absolute favorite.
- 90AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsEngadget Reader90January 2, 2017Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I have had this laptop for 2 months now. I chose the higher end version that comes with the 4K screen and 16GB of RAM. I have had nothing but good things to say about this laptop. As for what is said in the reviews, I guess it comes on a per system basis. As for me, I have not had the issues specified. The only time the fans became a problem is after I updated one of the drivers. After about 2 days the laptop seemed to calibrate itself and the fans have been silent ever since. Performance is amazing as long as you d not run anything graphically heavy in 4K. The screen is bright and clear with 10 point finger tracking. The bezel at the bottom is easily forgettable. And does come in handy when in tablet mode as it gives you a place to wrap your hand around and hold without clicking on anything. The mouse pad is great and has 3 finger gesture control like the MacBook's. this makes it easy for quick task switching or virtual desktop management. The keyboard is great and has good travel. As long as you get used to the right shift key being the size of a normal key. The last thing is the battery life. With three modes built in that can be configured (normal, battery saver, and conserve) there is always power available. I always have plenty of battery left at the end of a busy day. In the end yes every laptop has its flaw, but for the price compared to the competition I would have to say Lenovo did amazing packing this little laptop full of features for below the $2K mark.
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