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Lenovo Yoga

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the build quality and sound are generally positive. The screen and battery also get good feedback, whereas there are some mixed opinions about the size. Many are critical about the energy efficiency and portability.

value for money, battery, screen, sound, build quality

portability, energy

On average, users rate this product 72/100.

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Lenovo Yoga Review


Windows 8 is an operating system that's a mix of the old and new: it cobbles together a very forward-facing touchscreen interface with the same old Windows we've loved (in its basic form) since before the internet was a thing. [...]

The Lenovo Yoga is an excellent laptop, a mediocre tablet, and a computer that is thoroughly modern and made for Windows 8. Its form factor and excellent screen make it a competitor at its price range against last generation’s top laptops and...

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Lenovo Yoga


First Look: We get hands on with Lenovo's exciting new folio style tablet/laptop hybrid.

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Well made


Well, the reason to get this is to run android apps at your desk. And, you'll be needing a few to start with, like Nova Launcher (or go launcher ex), ES File Manager, ES Task Manager, Startup Manager, which are all utilities for functionality. There is...

Good battery, quick speed, kickstand, runs apps well ; Very useful as a desktop appliance for email, messages, notifications, chats, and as a contact manager (rolodex) ; Also useful for electronic books ; If using an inexpensive bluetooth audio...

Doesn't scan QR codes (which is not important because you'll probably not have this in your pocket anyway) ; Big size tablet is extraordinarily NOT portable, or rather just about exactly as portable as carrying a glass tray or framed photo...


Consumer review by:

Lenovo Yoga


apart from the con this is still a nice little tablet. good resolution for reading and gaming.

built in stand, great sound, good features

unable to set up multiple users

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Overpriced (at the moment)


When I bought this, I was able to take advanage of a (temporarily) reduced price, as well as an extra instant-rebate. Net cost to me was $200, which I think is a good price for this tablet. At the current near-$300, there are much better choices...

Nice display, excellent battery life, decent performance ; (developer support: Windows ADB drivers are included with the tablet)

No 5Ghz wifi support, no multiple user account support ; (developer support: the presence of Windows ADB drivers is not documented; it takes some web searching to discover that they are exposed via the "CD-ROM" storage mode for the USB connection)

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Great Gift, Awesome Ultrabook


The only thing I really don't like is the buttons on the mousepad. They aren't separated from the rest of the pad and they act just like the rest of the pad. It's not a flaw or anything to really call a con, just a personal preference.

The display is nice and crisp, it meets and surpasses all of my expectations in terms of performance. Updating to Windows 8.1 has made it seem less foreign (first computer with Windows 8). The keyboard is comfortable and the touchscreen and mousepad...

None that I have found so far

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Liked it for one evening


I've never had trouble with refurbished items before. Since there are three of us with basically the same problem, I suspect that this "batch" of Yoga 11s units were badly refurbished. Their customer service was great, and I hope they check out the...

It's hard to buy a computer without seeing it, but I did enough research to know this met most of my requirements. It didn't disappoint! For the few hours it actually worked

This unit quit powering up less than 24 hours after I had it. I was able to get acquainted enough to know I really like the unit ; I had checked with Lenovo about the warranty the day I got it and the warranty was expired. This may be normal for a...