Lenovo Yoga 910 Review

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Lisa Gade reviews the Lenovo Yoga 910 with a 13.9” IPS touch screen and the Intel 7th generation Core i7-7500U CPU with Intel HD 620 graphics. Lenovo’s redesign means this 3.04 lb. Ultrabook has a classier CNC aluminum chassis and a narrow 5mm bezel display.

** Read our full written review here: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/Lenovo-Yoga-910.htm

It’s available with 8 or 16 gigs of DDR4 RAM and a variety of PCIe SSD capacities. The Yoga 910 features Lenovo’s attractive 360 degree watchband hinge and a larger than average display size for its footprint. The laptop has 3.5mm audio, a USB 3.0 type A port and two USB-C ports (they don’t support Thunderbolt 3).

The convertible Ultrabook is available with a full HD or 4K display, and it has a backlit keyboard, excellent trackpad, a webcam below the display and a fingerprint scanner for Windows Hello login. Dual band WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth and a 78 WHr battery are standard. Pricing is $1,149 for the Core i7 with full HD display, 8 gigs of RAM and a 256 gig SSD. The 4K configuration with 16 gigs of RAM and a 512 gig SSD is $1,499.

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38 COMMENTS

  1. no one knows that Lenovo made the big chin on the screen is because when you turn it to tablet mode, you have an area for your palms to rest on and not accidentally press anything ,with your palms, when you type with the virtual keyboard

  2. I bought my Yoga in December. Everything about it seemed fine… at first. I've tried downloading and using several programs in my Yoga which seem to all open up with EXTREMELY TINY buttons and font. The only way to operate any of these programs is to put my face right up next to the screen so that I can see what I'm doing.

    I've tried searching for answers to the problem, but so far I haven't had any luck. Seems if you buy the Yoga, you're just screwed for the moment 🙁

  3. Yoga 910 – the fan runs constantly, vents too small, the shift key is all wrong, camera placement is dumb, win 10 is buggy, sends email without pressing send key, returned that lemon

  4. Hey, if you want to buy this laptop i do not suggest doing so. I've just bought mine 3 days ago, and it freezes constantly. It is indeed really beautiful, but if you can't use it, what's the point in buying it?

  5. Hi Lisa, I've been enjoying your laptop reviews. I am currently using Dell Inspiron 14 5437. I am planning to upgrade since it uses out of date 4th gen intel core processors and still uses HDD instead of SSD. It is also quite thick and heavy. Which laptop would you suggest for me if my top budget is USD 800? Thank you.

  6. Hoping this will solve my issues with Lenovo yoga machines. This will be the third unit they have comp'ed me due to their inability to keep parts in stock for computers that were released less than six months prior.

  7. Honestly I find the lack of an option for no camera frustrating. I feel like that is something these devices need, if you're going to give us customization, let us choose if we need a camera.

  8. College student here in need of a new laptop. You think this will still be a good laptop for fall 2017 or should I wait and see what comes out? Maybe leaning toward MacBook too but not sure. Thanks!

  9. Lisa before I purchased this, I said to the guy at best buy, let me do some research and I have to see what Lisa has to say about it. So far I love it. When I first got it, I did hear the fan noise you mentioned. But Lenovo did an automatic update within the first day, and now I hardly ever hear the fan running. The shift key is a little getting use to, but its a good tradeoff for the performance of the 910. My only issue with it is the 1080p display. It seems to have a slight yellow hue on pages like this when the background is white. Do you know if there is an update for that issue? Or something to change in the settings? Thanks for your review!

  10. Got the 4k version of this thing today. Colour is weird. Too much yellow in white and not enough yellow in red. Tried windows calibration tools, they don't seem to make a huge difference and there's not enough independent control for each colour. What else can I use to over come this issue? It's going to have to go back if I cant trust it with colour in artwork!

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