Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 2-in-1 Convertible 11.6-inch IPS Touchscreen Laptop(Tablet), Intel Quad Core Processor, 4GB DDR3L, 128GB SSD, HDMI, Bluetooth, Webcam, AC Wifi, Windows 10 Professional

May 6, 2016 - Comment

Processor: Intel Celeron N2940 1.83GHz (Burst up to 2.25GHz) 2MB Cache Processor Core: Quad-Core Screen Size: 11.6″ Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Resolution: 1366 x 768 Display Type: HD LED-backlit IPS Touchscreen Graphics: Intel HD Graphics Memory: 4GB DDR3 (onboard) Hard Drive: 128GB Solid State Drive Optical Drive: No Network: 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Wireless: Intel 7260 ac;

Processor: Intel Celeron N2940 1.83GHz (Burst up to 2.25GHz) 2MB Cache Processor Core: Quad-Core Screen Size: 11.6″ Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Resolution: 1366 x 768 Display Type: HD LED-backlit IPS Touchscreen Graphics: Intel HD Graphics Memory: 4GB DDR3 (onboard) Hard Drive: 128GB Solid State Drive Optical Drive: No Network: 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Wireless: Intel 7260 ac; 802.11ac Bluetooth: Yes, 4.0 Card Reader: 4-in-1 Media Card Reader (MMC, SD, SDHC, SDXC) Battery: 4-Cell Lithium-Ion; 35wh Audio: Integrated HD Audio Speakers: Stereo Webcam: 720p HD Micrphone: Integrated Digital Keyboard: ThinkPad Windows keyboard Pointing Device: Touchpad

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The WB says:

A surprise for the price Windows 10 — it is not going away unlike a lot of people wish it would. It is here to stay. With that in mind, I took the plunge into Windows 10 land with this convertible laptop/tablet to replace an ageing Nexus 7 (2012 WiFi model) tablet with a Lollipop upgrade. Over time the performance diminished to a point that surfing the web with Chrome was painful.Purchased this 2-1 Thinkpad from Amazon. Prime delivery and I had my Yoga in two days.Out of the box and initial start with a few days of use, here are my experiences.Like:* A full Windows 10 Pro version is loaded onto this system, it is not a watered down/modified version* This version of Win 10 Pro booted to the traditional Desktop, not the Metro interface* Bloatware was minimal (in comparison to Acer or HP laptops — yuck!)* Four (4) components are replaceable by the user – RAM module, SSD, WiFi/BT Module and battery* Battery is a Yoga 11e specific — Amazon…

Amazon Customer says:

After a couple days of looking at every single laptop on the market I decided I’d like to try this ThinkPad Yoga as it sounded p My older laptop recently crapped out on me and I needed a replacement fast. After a couple days of looking at every single laptop on the market I decided I’d like to try this ThinkPad Yoga as it sounded perfect for my needs. And indeed it is pretty much exactly what I needed. Small, portable, durable, and with good battery life. While I don’t often use the touchscreen or tablet mode it is a nice addition to have. Setup was pretty simple and the keyboard is top notch for this sort of compact laptop. I expected to have trouble with typing for long periods of time but I found that I was able to type very quickly without errors for as long as I needed to. The display is obviously not the best available but it is certainly more than good enough for what you’d need this laptop for. I did upgrade to a single 8GB stick of RAM (which was super easy) but since I wasn’t doing too much with it in the first place the stock 4GB was adequate while I had it. The audio is also much better than I…

Amazon Addict says:

I am shocked at how fast and responsive it is, especially for a Celeron (quad-core) processor Purchased a few of these on Amazon’s WOOT site last week, and honestly, I am shocked at how fast and responsive it is, especially for a Celeron (quad-core) processor. Loaded up Photoshop and Office and it’s almost as fast as our fourth-gen i5. I’ve edited large JPG files with several filters, and I’ve yet to experience any hesitation or choking, even with several apps open. Four processor cores seem to handle the load quite well.At just over 11 inches, the screen is small, but there’s an HDMI out (no VGA) that will display on LCD televisions up to 100 inches or projectors if you need that sort of thing. The keyboard is surprisingly large, accommodating my chubby man fingers quite well. There is no space for a numeric keypad.And storage is paltry with a 128 GB SSD, but boot times are under 15 seconds, which is mind-blowing. I’ve done tests on SSD vs traditional hard discs, and surprisingly, besides incredible boot times, I can’t find a meaningful difference in…

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