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Lenovo Yoga Book (Windows)

We have collected and analysed 27 expert reviews and 78 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 78/100 and users rate it 75/100. The average review date is 06-02-2017. We have compared these reviews to 704521 reviews from other Tablet Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 93/100 = Excellent. Last update: 26-06-2019.

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Expert review by : Joe Osborne (techradar.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review

 

Is this the netbook of the future – the ultra netbook?

Insanely thin and light ; Halo Keyboard surprisingly accurate ; Excellent display ; Clever Create Pad

Woefully underpowered ; Dated microUSB port

Lenovo has crafted a brilliant, forward-thinking device that could very well create a subcategory in computing all of its own. But, with low-power components inside holding it back against the tablet competition, it’s tough to outright recommend you...

Nov, 2018

Expert review by (expertreviews.co.uk)

Lenovo Yoga Book review: Is this the future of laptops?

 

With its virtual HALO keyboard and ingenious writing surface, Lenovo's Yoga Book paves the way for the next generation of ultraportables

Super thin and lightweight ; Fantastic note-taking device ; Decent battery life

Slightly sluggish performance

Whatever your thoughts on the Yoga Book, I’d advise trying out the keyboard before you buy, as the lack of physical keys certainly won’t be for everyone. However, if you're convinced that a convertible is for you, and you like the idea of it doubling...

Jan, 2018

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Expert review by : Henry Burrell (techadvisor.co.uk)

Lenovo Yoga Book review

 

Even if it's not quite sure what it is, the Lenovo Yoga Book 2-in-1 is an outstanding feat of technology. Just don't expect it, as ever, to replace your laptop - that's not what it's for. Here's our Lenovo Yoga Book review.

Nov, 2017

Expert review by : Alex Todd (recombu.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book Review: In Depth

 

Lenovo Yoga Book review: Lenovo's Yoga Book was arguably one of the most eye-catching products at IFA 2016. Does this cutting-edge 2-in-1 really deliver?

Beautiful industrial design ; Versatile form factor ; Solid battery life ; Nice display

Lacklustre performance w/ Windows ; Awkward typing experience ; Lack of ports ; Thick bezels

There’s no question that the Lenovo Yoga Book is an eye-catching and interesting proposition. It goes above and beyond the already adaptable 2-in-1 formula from a creativity standpoint but some of those additional elements work better in practice more...

May, 2017

Expert review by : Dan Ackerman (cnet.co.uk)

Lenovo Yoga Book review

 

Right out of the gate, the Lenovo Yoga Book gets credit for offering one of the most unusual designs we've ever seen: This superportable two-in-one laptop/tablet hybrid includes a Wacom sketching pad that can instantly transform into a QWERTY keyboard....

This is a very slim, very light hybrid laptop, available in both Windows 10 and Android versions. The backlit touch keyboard vanishes at the touch of a button and the included stylus works well on both the Wacom surface and with an ink tip on actual...

The keyboard isn't suited for more than minimal typing, there's only a single Micro-USB port for accessories and charging, and the Atom processor is slower than mainstream laptops. The hefty pen, extra tips and paper pad are a lot of additional gear to...

Lenovo's slim Yoga Book two-in-one is great with a pen, but its faux keyboard keeps it from being a practical laptop.

Oct, 2016

Expert review by : Darien Graham-Smith (alphr.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review: The weirdest laptop of 2016

 

Gloriously slim and lightweight, but the Lenovo Yoga Book's touch panel keyboard and lack of power undermine its appeal

None of this is to take away from what Lenovo has achieved with the Yoga Book. It remains a striking piece of hardware, with excellent tablet and handwriting capabilities, and it has a beautiful, super-slim chassis. The screen is a strong point too,...

Dec, 2016

Expert review by : Garry Clark (coolsmartphone.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book – Review

 

This is a great option for a tablet - if you can live with the keyboard, which is easier than you may think. Added bonus of abvery useful pen/stylus.

Feb, 2017

Expert review by : Garry Clark (coolsmartphone.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book – Unboxing

 

It's not that often that a device comes along that is truly a game changer. That is until now. Today I had the pleasure of unboxing an item that in my opinion is truly groundbreaking, and could potentially change the game in its field. I am, of course,...

Jan, 2017

Expert review by : Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review: A digital canvas with a vanishing keyboard

 

The Lenovo Yoga Book is impressively thin and feature-filled, and especially suited to drawing and note-taking. But its hard-to-use touch keyboard keeps it from being a practical travel laptop.

This is a very slim, very light hybrid laptop, available in both Windows 10 and Android versions. The backlit touch keyboard vanishes at the touch of a button and the included stylus works well on both the Wacom surface and with an ink tip on actual...

The keyboard isn't suited for more than minimal typing, there's only a single Micro-USB port for accessories and charging, and the Atom processor is slower than mainstream laptops. The hefty pen, extra tips and paper pad are a lot of additional gear to...

Lenovo's slim Yoga Book two-in-one is great with a pen, but its faux keyboard keeps it from being a practical laptop.

Oct, 2016

Expert review by : Lauren Goode (theverge.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review: the unbearable lightness of computing

 

Awkward. That's the word that comes to mind when I think of all of the 2-in-1 "convertible" laptops that have come to market in recent years, as PC makers try to adapt in a mobile-centric world and...

Super thin and light ; Accessible price ; Futuristic keyboard ; Long battery life

Lack of ports (especially USB-C) ; Intel Atom processor ; Tiny design quirks ; Software needs work

Oct, 2016

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