Lenovo Yoga 910

Lenovo Yoga 910
83

Engadget Review

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.

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Lenovo Yoga 910 review: The devil is in the details
An otherwise promising laptop is hampered by a jumpy trackpad, loud fan noise and an unreliable fingerprint reader.
Dana Wollman
Dana WollmanJanuary 02, 2017

Pros

  • Thin and light
  • Good specs for the money
  • Long battery life
  • Mostly comfortable typing experience
  • Mix of full- and Type-C USB ports

Cons

  • 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
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Key Specs

TYPE
Tablet
FORM FACTOR
Convertible
SCREEN SIZE
13.922
SCREEN RESOLUTION
1920 x 1080
BUNDLED OS
Windows
CPU FAMILY
Core i7
PROCESSOR SPEED
2.719
SYSTEM RAM
81
POINTING DEVICE
Trackpad
MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE
Up to 920

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