Lenovo Yoga 910 Business 14″ 2 in 1 Full HD IPS Touchscreen Laptop/Tablet

Lenovo Yoga 910 Review. Lenovo’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. From the outside, the 910 doesn’t look much
different from last year’s Yoga, but that’s not a bad thing. It has smooth, brushed-metal panels on the
top and bottom; shiny, polished metal sides; and, of course, Lenovo’s signature watchband
hinge holding everything together. It’s a classy, sophisticated look that puts
the Yoga 910 on the short list of the best-looking laptops on the market. I do have one complaint: The body panels tended
to creak when I picked up the 2-in-1. Although the Yoga 910 never felt flimsy, I wish its
build quality felt a bit sturdier. Another benefit of the Yoga 910’s smaller-bezel
design is that it allowed Lenovo to include a 13.9-inch display versus the 13.3-inch screen
you’d normally get on a system this size. This results in a screen that’s almost 10
percent larger than those on 13.3-inch systems. Although some people may not be huge fans
of the 910’s somewhat ungainly lower chin, I quickly forgot about that unsightly design
choice after checking out the 910’s big, colorful screen. While the Yoga 910’s backlit keyboard sports
a somewhat shallow travel distance of 1.3 millimeters, it’s balanced out nicely by a
relatively stiff 65 grams of actuation weight required to depress the keys. Featuring a 2.7-GHz Intel Core i7 7500U CPU,
8GB of RAM and a 256GB PCIe solid-state drive. Yoga 910 review unit was never hurting for
power. Even when the Yoga 910 had upward of 15 tabs
open in Chrome and a couple of HD YouTube streams playing in the background, I didn’t
notice a hint of lag. I just wish the storage speed were a little
faster. The Yoga 910’s two bottom-mounted JBL speakers
are pretty decent, and can easily fill a room with sound. Compared with the quad-speaker Spectre x360,
the Yoga 910’s mids and highs sounded shallower, and its bass didn’t have nearly the same kind
of punch as I heard on the HP. The Yoga 910 features an older USB Type-A
port as well as two USB 3.0 Type-C ports. One Type-C port supports video-out, while
the other sports always-on charging for keeping devices like smartphones and smartwatches
topped off. There’s also a standard headphone and mic
jack, as well as a built-in fingerprint reader, which you can use to sign in to Windows or
other services. The Yoga 910 sports a pretty standard 720p
webcam, but because of this system’s nearly bezel-free display, it’s located below the
display instead of in a more typical top-mounted position. That puts viewers on the other end of a video
in the awkward position of constantly looking up at the bottom of your chin, unless you
train yourself to crane your neck down and look more directly at the camera. And that
gets kind of painful pretty quickly. Even though it’s just 0.6 inches thick, the
Yoga 910 doesn’t get too hot during casual use. After it streamed HD video for 15 minutes,
the hottest spot on the laptop, near the bottom vent, measured 97.5 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s slightly above our 95-degree comfort
threshold. The Yoga 910 is the cream of the 2-in-1 crop.
It gives you the latest Intel Core i7, a fairly big 13.9-inch screen in a compact body, and
more than 10 hours of battery life. The choice really comes down to how much you
value the Yoga 910’s slightly larger 13.9-inch display, the option of a 4K screen and its
upscale design with a bezel-free screen and watchband hinge. If you go Lenovo’s way, the Yoga 910 will
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