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I bought the Lenovo as a replacement for a Sony Vaio, which I had for several years but was not overly impressed with. The Lenovo blew me away! It's fast, incredibly easy to...Read complete review
I bought the Lenovo as a replacement for a Sony Vaio, which I had for several years but was not overly impressed with. The Lenovo blew me away! It's fast, incredibly easy to use and has numerous features. The keyboard fully retracts when using the Lenovo as a tablet. The keyboard also has two different levels of backlight, or you can turn off the backlight. The keyboard is very responsive to touch, and is laid out intuitively (as opposed to the Vaio, where the keyboard was one of my great frustrations). The touch screen is also very responsive, and I love Windows 8.1! I highly recommend the Lenovo Thinkpad Touch Ultrabook.
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Solid build, but terrible trackpad
Honestly, I could write my college thesis on why this trackpad is so bad. It goes in a squiggly line up and down do make it somewhat to the destination. Also, the later...Read complete review
Honestly, I could write my college thesis on why this trackpad is so bad. It goes in a squiggly line up and down do make it somewhat to the destination. Also, the later generations of this trackpad apparently have an oleophobic coating which makes the trackpad have more friction than low grit sandpaper. When moving with your finger away from you, it bounces due to the static friction with your finger. A trackpad should be smooth. Also, Synaptics failed me. Whenever the computer would restart, the sensitivity would reset and I would have to change it back again. No mouse could scroll due to the default settings in Synaptics and the only decent mouse system had to be touch. If you're not going to use the trackpad a whole lot, I would probably not recommend this due to the high price, and at 1400 dollars, the trackpad should work. The Yoga system is great and I enjoyed tent and tablet mode, cept in tablet mode, the fans would point straight down into your genitals. Now I'm out of characte
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Comments about Lenovo ThinkPad Touch Ultrabook Computer:
Its great machine
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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My Favorite Laptop EVER!
I absolutely love this 2-in-1. Hands down the best 2-in-1 on the market and believe me I looked at and researched just about every single one! I am used to larger laptops but this is a great size and so much lighter than the typical laptop. I never realized how heavy my old one was until I bought this thinkpad yoga. Well done Lenovo well done! For those who love tablets but are tired of having sync everything through the cloud, this is a great alternative. Everything stays within the same device and is always accessible. Great for graduate school, presentations, note taking, and just about everything else.
Great for this grad student!
I am a new grad student, I just started my PhD this August and I was given the task this summer of picking out a laptop to use while completing my PhD. I did an extensive amount of research about what was available on the market, here are some of the reasons I decided to go with the Yoga Ultrabook: - Weight: this laptop is extremely light! As a grad student, I am constantly travelling to conferences. Not only is this laptop comfortable to transport in a bag or a purse, it's just plain old easy to truck around. - Size: The Yoga is the perfect "in between" size. It's not so small that you have trouble reading what is on the screen, but it's also not huge and cumbersome. The thin design is excellent as well, it fits perfectly inside of my travel purse! - Battery: Boy, this baby knows how to make its battery last!! This is probably my favorite thing about the Yoga. On a recent flight to Paris, I was able to do work the entire time thanks to the great battery life!
Love this thing!
I've had a few Lenovo tablets and I've really loved them all. This one is easily the best yet!
This would be one the best laptop that I have owned. I've been a Dell Latitude/Precision user for the past 12 years. I recently changed it over to the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga. I am so happy that I did. Everything about this laptop seems to out perform the Dell. The build quality seems to be better. It feels more solid and less plastic. I would recommend this laptop to everyone. Great Job on the design and performance Lenovo!
Not enough whiz for the bang
from Park Ridge IL
Compact, Multi mode ( pad/laptop/ tent/ well build)Convertible, good key board, could have faster processor & 512 SSD.
Great Product, Almost Perfect
First of all: this is a great, great computer. It's amazing how fast it is, boot-up time is 5-10 secs(I'm serious). The speed, size, weight and pen enabled screen is what lead me to this computer. I'm an engineering student so am running very taxing programs almost all day like Autodesk, large MatLab code, thermal sims, etc. and have had no problems with lag or sluggishness(even with MatLab code running in the background). There's only a couple things I would like to see improved. First and most annoying would be the fact that the keyboard back light cannot be kept on, every time you open it up you have to push the Fn and space key if you want the light on. Second would be about the build quality, to the left of the trackpad if you squeeze there is a little give and makes a little noise. If the rest of the computer wasn't built so well you might not notice it but I find myself holding it there a lot and can hear it giving. Overall, an amazing machine.
Powerful Versatile Machine
Great ultra book with all the features. A little expensive but you get a solid business class laptop with amazing speed, solid state drive that can also function as a tablet. Onelink docking station completes out a combo desktop, laptop, tablet combination. Only negative is that the PC and/or docking station do not support an ultra HD monitor.
The Yoga has everything I want and need in both a business and personal laptop.
Great Teacher's computer
The ThinkPad Yoga is just what I've been looking for as a Teacher. I love that I can easily write on the screen to present notes and annotate files. And it's a full-featured computer that runs all the software I currently use.
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