Lenovo Yoga 910-13 (80VF)

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Eksperci oceniają ten produkt na 83/100 a użytkownicy na 82/100. Przeanalizowaliśmy te oceny, wiek produktu i inne czynniki. W porównaniu do innych produktów z kategorii Laptopy, Lenovo Yoga 910-13 (80VF) uzyskał ogólny alaScore™ 96/100 = jakość Celująca.

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Opinie eksperta: Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910 review: Fancy 4K meets fan-noise dismay

 

Laptops keep getting thinner, lighter and ever more stylish. Among our favourite convertible Windows-based laptops is the Lenovo Yoga series, which has been tweaking its 360-degree hinge-based formula over the years. To look at the Lenovo Yoga 910 is...

Design looks fantastic, tiny bezel and ultra-high resolution screen looks great, accomplished hinge for multiple positions

Fan noise is simply horrid as it's inefficient at dispersing heat from Intel Core i7, giant bottom bezel looks odd, expensive

To look at the Lenovo Yoga 910 is an absolute triumph. That trim bezel, ultra-high resolution and great-looking watchband hinge ensure it's one of the most striking laptops on the market, without overdoing the bling.

03-2017

Opinie eksperta: Sven Kloevekorn (notebookcheck.net)

Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB Convertible Review

 

Silver Award. Despite the rather high price, Lenovo's ambitious, long-lasting 14-inch convertible doesn't quite make it across the 90 percent mark. The margin is very narrow though, as the new convertible is thoroughly impressive in most areas. The...

different modes (tablet, stand,...) provide flexibility ; upscale design with high-end surfaces ; impervious to finger prints ; chassis is very sturdy with high build quality ; bottom plate is likely easy to remove ; 2 x USB Typ C ; blazingly fast MIMO...

expensive ; some edges are rather sharp ; maintenance requires disassembly (battery as well) ; hinge design not stiff enough ; no HDMI, no card reader, no Kensington lock slot ; turbo not utilized that well; throttling during the stress test ; fan...

The new Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB leaves us with a favorable impression overall. The annoying whistling sound - our main area of criticism - could possibly just affect our review laptop and not the whole series. We would prefer a less "edgy" base unit,...

12-2016

Opinie eksperta: (techradar.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910 review

 

Putting a 14-inch screen into a 13-inch laptop

08-2016

Opinie eksperta: (engadget.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910 review: The devil is in the details

 

The Yoga 910's jumpy trackpad, unreliable fingerprint reader and loud fan noise can make it frustrating to use, but it's ultimately saved by its compact design, mostly comfortable typing experience and its combination of price and specs. For next...

Thin and light ; Good specs for the money ; Long battery life ; Mostly comfortable typing experience ; Mix of full- and Type-C USB ports

Lots of fan noise ; Some shrunken keyboard buttons ; Frustrating touchpad ; Unreliable fingerprint reader instead of a Windows Hello webcam ; No Thunderbolt 3 support ; Large bezel below the screen

Suffice to say, the Yoga 910 has enough flaws that it couldn't possibly rank as my favorite Windows laptop (that would be the Dell XPS 13 or maybe the Spectre x360 or Surface Book). Still, it has a lot to recommend it, including a thin and light...

01-2017

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Opinie eksperta: Joel Santo Domingo (pcmag.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910

 

With power, style, a comfortable keyboard and phenomenal battery life, the Yoga 910 cements Lenovo's position as class leader of the growing 2-in-1 laptop field.

Eye-catching design. Equipped with two USB-C ports and one USB 3.0 port. 21-hour battery life. Fingerprint reader for Windows Hello. Excellent day-to-day and multimedia performance.

Only one USB-C port works with charger. Connecting to an external display requires an adapter.

An Intel Core i7-7500U processor with Intel HD Graphics 620 gives the Yoga 910 serious chops for powering through multimedia and day-to-day tasks. It returned a near-top score of 3,197 points on the PCMark 8 Work Conventional test, only behind the HP...

12-2016

Opinie eksperta: Joshua Goldman (cnet.co.uk)

Lenovo Yoga 910 review

 

Many people still don't see the value of a touchscreen on a laptop, but with hybrid PCs like Lenovo's Yoga line it's hard not to appreciate the flexibility.

The Lenovo Yoga 910 premium convertible has a gorgeous display that spans nearly the entire lid and delivers solid performance and long battery life for the category. It's a really cool looking laptop, too.

The right-hand Shift key is poorly placed and sized. Webcam is at the bottom of the screen. No direct video output or SD card slot. Separate USB Type-C ports for power and video-out kill the option for a single connection all-in-one dock.

With a beautiful design, excellent performance and battery life and a great display, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is one head-turning hybrid.

12-2016

Opinie eksperta: Joshua Goldman (cnet.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910 review

 

Many people still don't see the value of a touchscreen on a laptop, but with hybrid PCs like Lenovo's Yoga line it's hard not to appreciate the flexibility.

The Lenovo Yoga 910 premium convertible has a gorgeous display that spans nearly the entire lid and delivers solid performance and long battery life for the category. It's a really cool looking laptop, too.

The right-hand Shift key is poorly placed and sized. Webcam is at the bottom of the screen. No direct video output or SD card slot. Separate USB Type-C ports for power and video-out kill the option for a single connection all-in-one dock.

With a beautiful design, excellent performance and battery life and a great display, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is one head-turning hybrid.

12-2016

Opinie eksperta: Charles P Jefferies (NotebookReview.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910 Review

 

One of the slimmest 14-inch convertible notebooks around, the Lenovo Yoga 910 has a gorgeous 4K display and a head-turning design.

Exceptionally thin and light design ; Beautiful borderless 4K touch display ; Long battery life even with the 4K display ; Comfortable keyboard and touchpad ; Good performance

Pricey in its upper tier configurations ; Cooling fans can get noisy ; Must use a USB Type-C adapter for video out ; Keyboard layout annoyances ; Awkward webcam location in notebook mode

12-2016

Opinie eksperta: Sam Rutherford (laptopmag.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910 Review

 

If you're looking for the perfect blend of power, style and adaptability, you'll find it hard not to love the Yoga 910. Lenovo's latest 2-in-1 (starting at $1,200) still wows with its elegant watchband hinge, but it now offers a nearly-bezel-free...

Gorgeous, nearly bezel-free 13.9-inch display; Watchband hinge is still the best-looking available ; Intel 7th-gen CPU; Snappy keyboard; Strong battery life

Awkward webcam location; No SD card slot or Thunderbolt 3

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.

11-2016

Opinie eksperta: Dieter Bohn (theverge.com)

Lenovo Yoga 910 review: all the right pieces

 

Say you wanted to build the perfect Windows laptop: what would you include? You might start with the latest-generation Intel processors, put in a big 4K touchscreen and make it foldable all the way...

Fast processor ; Sturdy, good-looking design ; 4K screen doesn't obliterate the battery

Fans seem to run constantly ; Annoying keyboard layout ; Inconsistent USB-C ports

Another stop in the quest for the One True Windows Laptop

11-2016