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Lenovo Yoga Book Intel Atom® x5-Z8550 Hybrid (2-in-1) 25.6 cm (10.1") Touchscreen Full HD 4 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 64 GB Android 6.0 Black

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Bullet Points Lenovo Yoga Book Intel Atom® x5-Z8550 Hybrid (2-in-1) 25.6 cm (10.1") Touchscreen Full HD 4 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 64 GB Android 6.0 Black
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  • - Business Hybrid (2-in-1) Convertible (Folder) Black
  • - Intel Atom® x5-Z8550 1.44 GHz
  • - Touchscreen 25.6 cm (10.1") Full HD 1920 x 1200 pixels IPS LED backlight 16:10
  • - 4 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM
  • - 64 GB
  • - Intel® HD Graphics 400
  • - Bluetooth 4G
  • - Lithium Polymer (LiPo) 13 h
  • - Android 6.0
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Short summary description Lenovo Yoga Book Intel Atom® x5-Z8550 Hybrid (2-in-1) 25.6 cm (10.1") Touchscreen Full HD 4 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 64 GB Android 6.0 Black:
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Lenovo Yoga Book, Intel Atom®, 1.44 GHz, 25.6 cm (10.1"), 1920 x 1200 pixels, 4 GB, 64 GB

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Lenovo Yoga Book. Product type: Hybrid (2-in-1), Form factor: Convertible (Folder). Processor family: Intel Atom®, Processor model: x5-Z8550, Processor frequency: 1.44 GHz. Display diagonal: 25.6 cm (10.1"), HD type: Full HD, Display resolution: 1920 x 1200 pixels, Touchscreen. Internal memory: 4 GB, Internal memory type: LPDDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 64 GB. Mobile network generation: 4G. Operating system installed: Android 6.0. Product colour: Black

Design
Product type *
Hybrid (2-in-1)
Product colour *
Black
Form factor *
Convertible (Folder)
Housing material
Aluminium, Magnesium
Market positioning
Business
Display
Touchscreen type
Capacitive
Display diagonal *
25.6 cm (10.1")
Display resolution *
1920 x 1200 pixels
Touchscreen *
Yes
HD type
Full HD
Touch technology
Multi-touch
Panel type
IPS
LED backlight
Yes
Native aspect ratio
16:10
Screen shape
Flat
Display brightness
400 cd/m²
Display number of colours
16.78 million colours
Processor
Processor manufacturer *
Intel
Processor family *
Intel Atom®
Processor model *
x5-Z8550
Processor cores
4
Processor threads
4
Processor boost frequency
2.4 GHz
Processor frequency *
1.44 GHz
Processor cache
2 MB
Processor cache type
L3
Processor socket
BGA 1380
Processor lithography
14 nm
Processor operating modes
64-bit
Processor series
Intel Atom x5 Series
Processor codename
Cherry Trail
Scenario Design Power (SDP)
2 W
Tjunction
90 °C
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes
2
PCI Express slots version
2.0
PCI Express configurations
2x1, 1x2
Memory
Internal memory *
4 GB
Internal memory type
LPDDR3-SDRAM
Memory form factor
On-board
Storage
Total storage capacity *
64 GB
Optical drive type *
No
Card reader integrated
Yes
Compatible memory cards
MicroSD (TransFlash)
Graphics
Discrete graphics card model *
Not available
On-board graphics card *
Yes
Discrete graphics card *
No
On-board graphics card family
Intel® HD Graphics
On-board graphics card model *
Intel® HD Graphics 400
On-board graphics card base frequency
200 MHz
On-board graphics card burst frequency
600 MHz
On-board graphics card dynamic frequency (max)
600 MHz
Maximum on-board graphics card memory
8 GB
Number of execution units
12
Audio
Speaker power
1.5 W
Built-in microphone
Yes
Camera
Front camera
Yes
Front camera resolution (numeric)
8 MP
Rear camera
Yes
Camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)
2 MP
Network
Mobile network generation
4G
4G standard
LTE
Wi-Fi
Yes
Wi-Fi standards
802.11a, Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac), 802.11b, 802.11g, Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Mobile network connection *
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
Ports & interfaces
DVI port
No
Micro HDMI ports quantity
1
S/PDIF out port
No
Microphone in
No
Combo headphone/mic port
Yes
CardBus PCMCIA slot type
No
SmartCard slot
No
Performance
Motherboard chipset
Intel SoC
GPS (satellite)
Yes
Ambient light sensor
Yes
Accelerometer
Yes
Keyboard
Pointing device
Touchpad
Numeric keypad *
No
Keyboard backlit
Yes
Windows keys
Yes
Software
Operating system installed *
Android 6.0
Processor special features
Intel® Wireless Display (Intel® WiDi)
Yes
Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT)
Yes
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology
No
Intel HD Graphics
Yes
Intel® Smart Cache
No
Intel® AES New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI)
Yes
Intel Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP)
No
Intel 64
Yes
Processor package size
17 x 17 mm
Processor code
SR2KH
Embedded options available
No
Intel Secure Boot
Yes
Intel Identity Protection Technology version
1.00
Intel Secure Boot Technology version
1.00
Intel Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP) version
0.00
Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
Yes
Processor ARK ID
93360
Conflict-Free processor
Yes
Battery
Battery technology
Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery capacity
8500 mAh
Battery life (max)
13 h
Certificates
Compliance certificates
RoHS
Sustainability
Sustainability certificates
RoHS
Weight & dimensions
Width
256.6 mm
Depth
170.8 mm
Height
9.6 mm
Weight *
690 g
Packaging content
Manual
Yes
Other features
AC adapter included
Yes
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:18
Uk has collected 356 expert reviews for Lenovo Yoga Book Intel Atom® x5-Z8550 Hybrid (2-in-1) 25.6 cm (10.1") Touchscreen Full HD 4 GB LPDDR3-SDRAM 64 GB Android 6.0 Black and the average expert rating is 77 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
77%
Source Review comments Score
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:16
It's bad news for the 2-in-1 we all thought would pay the way for the next generation of laptop. It's beginning to look like Lenovo's Yoga Book is no longer being manufactured, with Lenovo's official website indicating that both the Android and Windows-po...
Good Super thin and lightweight, Fantastic note-taking device, Decent battery life...
Bad Slightly sluggish performance...
Bottom line With its virtual HALO keyboard and ingenious writing surface, Lenovo’s Yoga Book paves the way for the next generation of ultraportables...
100%
gadgetspeak.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:16
They do a PC and an Android version I was sent the Android one.It is extremely thin and could even be described as a book because of the way the hinge looks, it is 25.5x17.5x1cm, the last figure the thickness is at the back and its even less at the front...
80%
soyacincau.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:16
The tablet is in a weird spot. It was supposed to be this hybrid that lives somewhere between the laptop and the smartphone, complementing both. But as smartphones got bigger and laptops got lighter, smaller and more powerful, it became really hard to jus...
0%
chip.com.my
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:16
Lenovo launched the Lenovo Yoga Book on December 2016 and we finally got our hands on it recently. This 2-in-1 convertible tablet allows you to switch from tablet to laptop mode with relative ease.With a myriad of features built into this thin and sleek d...
Good Halo Keyboard with haptic feedback, Digitising hand written notes to screen...
Bad Performance...
Bottom line Great 2-in-1 tablet that can tackle most needs, with a niche hand-writing-to-screen digitisation feature.(previously published in issue May 2017)...
0%
devontechsupport.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:16
Welcome to the future of laptops and tablets alike – it's a work in progress. This is the Yoga Book, a tablet that stands to be the logical conclusion of Lenovo's category-shifting Yoga design for laptop-tablet hybrids.It's a device that, unlike the firm'...
Good The Yoga Book's versatility is unmatched in both the laptop and tablet worlds combined – in that it actually collides the two. Full-on touch laptop keyboards are something we in the TechRadar office used to joke about when seeing devices like the 2014 Thi...
Bad There isn't a lot that we outright don't like about the Yoga Book, but there are downsides which detract from an otherwise potentially revolutionary device. For one, it appears to us that Intel's Atom chip is holding the Yoga Book back from its true poten...
Bottom line If it weren't for the underpowered processor inside and dated connectivity solution holding it back, we would outright say that the Yoga Book is both the Android and Windows 10 tablet to beat. And, for folks in the art world, we very well might say that a...
0%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
What do you call a device that is part tablet, part laptop but not quite either? No, this isn't the start of a really terrible joke - it's the conundrum we're faced with when reviewing devices like the Lenovo Yogabook.Thankfully, phablet-esque portmanteau...
Good Clever design, Superb build quality, Unique usability, Decent battery life...
Bad Performance can be sluggish, Screen needs more punch, Audio lacks cohesion and dynamics...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yogabook is a great idea, but it hasn't been executed as well as it could have been. There's certainly no knocking its innovative design - it's unlike anything we've seen before - and build quality is second to none.Show it to anyone and expect...
60%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
When Lenovo first announced its fancy new 2-in-1 Yoga Book at IFA in September 2016, I got a little caught up in the mad rush of excitement. “Hybrid of the future” claims were bandied about the office, and I was in full agreement. After all, this is a dev...
Bottom line "Despite a couple of niggles, the Yoga Book is an exceptional note-taking device that, for $799, does an excellent job of bridging the gap between laptop, tablet and notebook."...
80%
lowyat.net
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Everyone once in a while, the tech industry attempts to take a massive leap forward and try something new. This doesn't always work out for the best, but it usually results in at least one aspect of the attempt being good enough to be revisited at a later...
Bottom line Lenovo has taken a chance with the Lenovo Yoga Book and it's nice to see companies continually try something new with their product lines. That being said, the amount of time that the company sunk into developing the Halo keyboard appears to have hamstrun...
0%
coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
I love tablets. I love the idea of carrying something thin and light around that has enough computing power in it to keep me up to speed with all my musings on this very site. I also love being able to just pull out something from my bag and get working w...
Bottom line I have been really happy with the Lenovo Yoga Book over the last few weeks. This is something that I would happily recommend it to anyone who wants to get stuff done without having to carry a bulky laptop around, or worry about keeping it tethered to a ch...
84%
coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
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, tal...
0%
gadgetsmagazine.com.ph
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
There's very little not to like about this device. It's impossibly thin, coming in at a scant 9.6 mm when closed, and about the same weight as a medium Moleskine notebook. It comes in a dark slate gray that gives it that unmistakable Lenovo business air...
Bottom line The convenience outweighs the negatives, so if you have some money to burn, you won't likely regret these.Also published in GADGETS MAGAZINE November 2016 Issue.Words by Ren Alcantara...
90%
yugatech.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Announced in September 2016, the Lenovo Yoga Book arrived in the Philippines the following month. It is a 10-inch hybrid tablet that comes in either a Windows operating system or a more conventional Android OS. What makes it really interesting is that the...
Good Really nice design, form factor, Affordable, Long battery life, Built-in Wacom technology...
Bad Meager internal storage, Average performance, Capacitive keyboard is challenging...
Bottom line The Yoga Book is a very interesting and unique device. It works as a tablet, a laptop and functions as a pen tablet thanks to the integrated Wacom technology. The nice form factor, slim and lightweight profile encourages you to bring it along instead of y...
0%
crn.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book isn't quite like any laptop we've seen before.Folded up, it's an artefact of beauty: the impossibly slim 9.6mm frame comes clad in elegant black magnesium alloy, with a tasteful industrial-styled hinge. And it weighs just 690g, yet op...
Bottom line 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, with...
0%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
In our preview of the Yoga Book, we wondered if Lenovo had reinvented the hybrid tablet with its impossibly slim design and unique keyboard that can double as a virtual piece of paper. Now, having given it a more extended evaluation, we have some good and...
Bottom line None of this is to take away from what Lenovo has achieved with the Yoga Book. It's a striking piece of hardware, with a great screen and beautiful, super-slim chassis. However, it's not for everyone.If you want a 2-in-1 that's a good general-purpose Wind...
67%
alphr.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book isn't quite like any laptop we've seen before. Folded up, it's an artefact of beauty: the impossibly slim 9.6mm frame comes clad in elegant black magnesium alloy, with a tasteful industrial-styled hinge. And it weighs just 690g, yet o...
Bottom line 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, with...
60%
liveatpc.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Versatile ModesIt's hard to pinpoint what the Yoga Book really is; it's not quite a laptop but it's not just a tablet either. The hinge opens 360º and allows the Yoga Book to be used in 4 different modes, you can fold it into a tablet, prop up the display...
Bottom line Exclusive Review: Lenovo Yoga Book An Artist Toolbook Having officially launched the device just, the Lenovo Yoga Book is a thing of beauty. It's incredibly slim at 4mm thick when unfolded and at only 690g, the 2-in-1 ‘convertible' laptop is certainly sve...
90%
wovow.org
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The convertible 2 in 1 Lenovo Yoga Book is one of the most innovative tablets a year. Not only is it notable for its dual-screen design and its Halo touchpad, but also for the large number of management options (such as a tablet, as a computer, as a singl...
Bottom line As we have already mentioned, the choice of the model will depend on the main use that we want to give the team: if it is going to become a main or secondary computer where we will spend time working, it is advisable to opt for the Windows version, since...
0%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Over the past few years, we have seen a surge in novel permutations of what some would consider the traditional tablet. We have seen tablets get back their keyboards and notebooks transform into tablets, but these devices usually perform better in their o...
Bottom line Lenovo's Yoga Book is a novel and exciting device. Offering on the go productivity mixed with creativity, it's one of the coolest little devices I have seen. It's essentially a tablet with a few tricks up its sleeve, and I found it to be an adequate repl...
94%
stuff.tv/my/
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
A 2-in-1 that works just as well in tablet mode as it does as a laptop? Impossible, surely!Not if Lenovo's Yoga Book has anything to say about it.With unique features and slick sci-fi styling, this pencil-thin hybrid is probably the most exciting converti...
Good Minority Report styling, Awesome double-act keyboard and drawing pad, Decent performance and battery life...
Bad Get ready for plenty of typos (at first), Multi-window isn't perfect yet, Few dedicated drawing apps on Android...
Bottom line There's never been a hybrid laptop or tablet that felt quite as complete as the Yoga Book.It's slim and light enough to lug around in one hand, but folds out when it's time to type or draw. Android isn't as flexible as Windows when it comes to art apps, b...
80%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
A 2-in-1 that works just as well in tablet mode as it does as a laptop? Impossible, surely!Not if Lenovo's Yoga Book has anything to say about it.With unique features and slick sci-fi styling, this pencil-thin hybrid is probably the most exciting converti...
Good Minority Report styling, Awesome double-act keyboard and drawing pad, Decent performance and battery life...
Bad Get ready for plenty of typos (at first), Multi-window isn't perfect yet, Few dedicated drawing apps on Android...
Bottom line There's never been a hybrid laptop or tablet that felt quite as complete as the Yoga Book. It's slim and light enough to lug around in one hand, but folds out when it's time to type or draw. Android isn't as flexible as Windows when it comes to art apps...
80%
ultrabookreview.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book made a lot of waves when it debuted earlier in September at IFA. It wowed all but the most jaded consumers and tech analysts alike; its design an inspiration of innovation in a market saturated with iterative products that talked the...
Good Truly ultraportable, Strikingly futuristic design, High build quality, Ample battery life, Stylus works great...
Bad Software/firmware needs development, HALO Keyboard is finicky and frustrating, No digitizer on the screen, No USB TypeC...
Bottom line The Yoga Book certainly is a niche product. The stylus and pens are great to have, but the keyboard and touchpad mean that people who draw more than type are the likely audience. However, for more advanced creation purposes, I can't help but feel the devi...
65%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book is the keyless laptop from the future, albeit available in the here and now. It's one of those rare products that's not just different for the sake of it, but truly innovative in its thinking, by combining a two-in-one light-up keypad...
Good Outside the box thinking, Halo Keyboard isn't the keyless gimmick you might think, multiple usage scenarios with touch panel input and included Real Pen stylus, learns as you go, thin and lightweight design...
Bad Keyboard often misses first press, slow microUSB 2.0 takes years to recharge, limited power, some will never get over Halo Keyboard's learning curve, overly complex and convoluted for many, where to keep the Real Pen stylus (and why the physical change of...
Bottom line It's rare that a product could be called revolutionary in its thinking, but that's certainly an accolade that could be awarded to the Lenovo Yoga Book.However, while the Yoga Book is one of the most exciting tech products we've seen in some time, it's als...
70%
Theinquirer.net
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
KEYBOARD BEGONE! Lenovo's new tablet wants to make the physical keyboard a thing of the past. That the Yoga Book still manages to offer note taking and sketching features is surely the work of the dark arts, so how has the firm managed it? We're reviewin...
Good Insanely thin and light, futuristic design, innovative input methods, good battery life...
Bad Underpowered, too dependent on Halo Keyboard, Windows 10, limited connectivity options...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book crams more innovation into its tiny shell than most could hope to achieve, and does so with frequently successful results...
70%
ausdroid.net
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Tablet and 2-in-1 market is a fairly staid end of the market. For the last couple of years it hasn't been terribly exciting, but at IFA this year Lenovo introduced the Yoga Book which made many tech pundits, myself included, sit up and take notice.The...
Bottom line They're coming to take the Yoga Book away….and I`m sad. This device is so nice to use that it's really weighing on me.For the last few weeks I've edited photos, watched movies and YouTube videos, surfed the web and created content on the Yoga Book. With t...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Hats off, Lenovo. In a time where most smartphone are black slabs that look like iPhones and laptops are silver ones aping MacBooks, the company has created a product like no other. The Yoga Book is a svelte, light, futuristic 2-in-1 laptop/tablet that ca...
Bottom line We can't hide that we love the Lenovo Yoga Book. However, that might not mean it is for you; it isn't the most practical of devices, sitting as it does halfway between casual use and productivity, with a bit of mystery thrown in. If you love bleeding edge...
80%
gadgetscentral.co.uk
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
It is one of the most unique hybrids on the market and truly looks different to anything I've seen before.There's no physical keyboard at all. Instead, you get a fancy virtual keyboard with illuminated, futuristic-looking keys. They vibrate when you tap t...
0%
thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's new Yoga Book is a tiny laptop with a disappearing halo keyboard and a crazy watchband hinge. It's really cool, but should your buy it?Read more on TechnoBuffalo: Slickwraps: More tech goodness: Our video gear: Deals: Follow us! Twitter: Faceb...
0%
eftm.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
When Lenovo announced the Yoga Book in Berlin at IFA it was certainly something different, I've been keen to take a closer look and see just how useful and practical the concept really is.There are two variants of the Lenovo Yoga Book – Windows and Androi...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's Yoga Book is for people who have never been content with just a keyboard and mouse to express their ideas. People who prefer to scribble on notepads or napkins. Who draw pictures to illustrate ideas or create art. The $550 Yoga Book facilitates t...
0%
gizmodo.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's new Yoga Book draws the eye like no other tablet or laptop available today. People aren't always sure what I'm reading my comics and or jotting down notes on, but they know it's fascinating, and tiny, and cool. With its capacitive touch keyboard...
Bottom line But it would be perfect for the Yoga Book. This ultra thin device feels like the future of mobile computing, and it's so close to being good that it's maddening when it's bad. With some tweaks to the keyboard and an operating system that doesn't even exis...
0%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's Yoga Book is for people who have never been content with just a keyboard and mouse to express their ideas. People who prefer to scribble on notepads or napkins. Who draw pictures to illustrate ideas or create art. The $550 Yoga Book facilitates t...
0%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo has never been afraid to try crazy new ideas. The Yoga Book may be its craziest venture yet. It's an otherworldly product that doesn't fit comfortably in any existing category. It's kind of like a 2-in-1, because it's a tablet and it has a keyboard...
Good Compact, sturdy build, Innovative form factor transcends the 2-in-1, Note-taking is excellent, Accurate stylus, Close to stock Android install...
Bad Typing without keys feels strange, Processor isn't powerful enough for a full laptop, We don't know if it will get Android updates...
Bottom line Yes, if you can accept that you are buying an Android tablet with some bonus features, not a laptop. Sadly, we cannot recommend the Yoga Book as a laptop replacement with this processor. It's an excellent, innovative Android tablet with some cool tricks...
70%
gizmodo.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:18
Lenovo's Yoga Book is, hands down, the most interesting and innovative gadget that I got hands-on time with at the IFA 2016 trade show in Berlin this week, at an event where everything purports to be innovative. In the same way that the original Microsoft...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:18
Lenovo hopes to reignite the 2-in-1 laptop / tablet market with the new Yoga Book. It certainly stands out, thanks to its unique touch surface which flips between being a keyboard and a writing and sketching pad. See also: Best convertible laptop reviews...
Bottom line It's too early to come to any definitive conclusions about the Yoga Book. We'll update this review when we've had time to run our full suite of benchmarks on it...
0%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:18
Hands-on with Lenovo's latest doodle station There's no denying the hybrid market is going through a period of stagnation. Though we've seen numerous new hybrid laptop-come-tablets hit the market, none of them have really done anything to bring the techno...
Good Fantastic build quality, Clever writing technology, Good battery life...
Bad Slow performance, No cloud note syncing, Buggy software, Keyboard is hard to use...
Bottom line Lenovo Yoga Book – Performance, Android and multi-tasking Performance isn't what you'd call quick. Powered by an Intel Atom processor, the Yoga Book finds itself having issues with media and ad-heavy web pages, which means you'll normally need to wait a f...
60%
hardwarezone.com.my
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:18
Tablets are boring, according to Lenovo. The category has been stagnant in recent years and sorely lacking in new features or innovative tweaks to entice consumers to get on board or even upgrade. Even after years of iterating, the tablets are really stil...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2018-04-04 08:39:18
Lenovo hopes to reignite the 2-in-1 laptop / tablet market with the new Yoga Book. It certainly stands out, thanks to its unique touch surface which flips between being a keyboard and a writing and sketching pad. See also: Best convertible laptop reviews...
Bottom line It's too early to come to any definitive conclusions about the Yoga Book. We'll update this review when we've had time to run our full suite of benchmarks on it...
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pickr.com.au
Updated:
2018-04-21 20:01:26
Laptops can only get so thin, and so to make them as thin as possible — to evolve them past the point where keys are needed — veteran computer maker has been rethinking the keyboard. The result is something very interesting, but is it good enough to use...
Good About as thin and light as tablets get, Strong aluminium-magnesium casing, Offers a few ways to control the tablet, Keyboard is adaptive and will change the hit area of each key gradually to better match how you type, Charges easily through microUSB...
Bad Getting used to the keyboard takes a very long time, and even when you do, expect a very high error rate, Home row indicators are flat and therefore useless, Keyboard cannot be detached, Can't use the stylus on the screen, only the keyboard surface, Buggy...
Bottom line When we first saw Lenovo's YogaBook back in September at the IFA show in Berlin, there was excitement: here we had a potential game changer delivering a new keyboard experience that does something more. We've seen this dual input idea executed in differen...
70%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2019-11-14 12:11:38
Back in 2016, when Lenovo launched a laptop with no physical keyboard called the Yoga Book, it was one of the barmiest and most exciting product launches in the laptop space for years. As it transpired, however, the Yoga Book felt like it had one foot in...
Good Ultra-slim,Very light...
Bad Typing feel is poor,Relatively low-power last-gen CPU,Huge price tag...
Bottom line We love the Lenovo Yoga Book for its boldness; it does things differently and we respect that.But we couldn't get on board with the original Yoga Book as a day-to-day device and the same inherent issue remains here: typing on a laptop with no physical key...
60%
tavesper.tech
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2020-12-07 05:30:07
I personally love computers with that futuristic look and feel and you can see me geeking out when I watch movies where they have something we don't have right now. Like for instance, the system where Flynn logs on to and gets sucked into the digital worl...
0%
recombu.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:16
Lenovo Yoga Book review: Lenovo's Yoga Book was arguably one of the most eye-catching products on the show floor at IFA 2016 but in the real world is it a case of style over substance or does this cutting-edge 2-in-1 really deliver on the promise of ultra...
Good Beautiful industrial design, Versatile form factor, Solid battery life, Nice display...
Bad Lacklustre performance w/ Windows, Awkward typing experience, Lack of ports, Thick bezels...
Bottom line 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 so...
70%
itp.net
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2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo continues to refresh a convertible PC segment it popularised, with the Yoga Book.The convertible PC-tablet model emerged a few years back as a response to the growth of tablets which threatened the traditional PC market. Lenovo with its Yoga series...
Good Original design; adaptable; Full Windows productivity; lightweight...
Bad Underpowered for creative use...
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pcper.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Today, we are looking at a unique application on the 360-degree hinge, the Lenovo Yoga Book. Will this new take on the 2-in-1 concept be so influential?The Lenovo Yoga Book is 10.1" tablet that aims to find a unique way to implement a stylus on a modern t...
Bottom line PerformanceSince we haven't taken a look at a lot of low-end Windows tablets, we decided to compare the Android version of this tablet to other similar tablets we've reviewed. Taking a look at some general performance and GPU benchmarks, it's clear that y...
0%
networkworld.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo has introduced tablets with unique designs over the years, and their latest Yoga Book, released in October, is one of the most intriguing examples. This hybrid device looks like a mini notebook, but it's technically a tablet with a swing-open digit...
0%
onmsft.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:17
With the new Yoga Book, Lenovo aims to redefine the tablet. A similar attempt was made by Microsoft with Surface, however, it aimed to redefine the laptop. The mini Windows 10 convertible is a tablet at heart, and it is important to keep that in mind.Inst...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book is an impressive ambition to reimagine the tablet. The execution is in line too. It's a premium device with beautiful hardware and long battery life, and is definitely a great companion for meetings and travel.It's edgy and exciting...
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computershopper.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Before the word "tablet" meant a slim, slab-shaped computer, it referred to an input device—a Wacom or other pen platform that transferred scribbles, sketches, and signatures to a PC. The Lenovo Yoga Book with Windows 10 is a mixture of a tablet (new defi...
Good Easy, breezy pen input, Thin, light, and classy design...
Bad Flat keyboard means typos galore, Micro USB instead of USB-C, Slow charging...
Bottom line The Windows version of Lenovo's radical, pen-friendly convertible tablet will impress onlookers and frustrate typists just like its Android sibling, but we think the latter is narrowly the better deal. Read More...
70%
androidguys.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book is one of the most unique and attractive devices I've ever seen. I put it up with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the Apple iPhone 5 as devices that I lusted after and had to have in my hands as soon as they were announced. The slim, sl...
Bottom line If you're looking for a sleek and sexy toy, the Lenovo Yoga Book is right up your ally. The Wacom tablet that lets you type, use a stylus, or an ink pen is one of the coolest things on the market today. We'd like to see improved speakers and battery life...
82%
tabletpcreview.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Last summer's Windows 10 Anniversary Update brought much greater support for handwritten notes to Microsoft's OS. Lenovo took that and ran with it, producing the Yoga Book with a strong emphasis on drawing and sketching. Thanks to a very flexible hinge th...
Good Dedicated writing/drawing area ideal for taking notes, Sleek, flexible design, Good Battery Life...
Bad Virtual keyboard not well suited for long typing sessions, Barely average performance...
Bottom line Lenovo Yoga Book This is easily the most innovative computer we've seen in some time, with a design guaranteed to turn heads. It's lightweight and beautiful, and very well suited to people who frequently take notes, sketch, or draw on their computer. The...
83%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
For those upset after hearing Google senior vice president Hiroshi Lockheimer dispel the long-circulated rumors that the two operating systems would one day merge, there may be a sliver of hope that doesn't involve Google.Lenovo's Yoga Book is a 2-in-1 ta...
Good Thin and portable, Solid battery life, Create Pad is a useful feature...
Bad Halo keyboard is frustrating, Not all apps support multi-window mode, Buggy software...
Bottom line Jason Cipriani It can do all sorts of things a 2-in-1 shouldn't be able to do. As a dedicated tablet, I really like the Yoga Book. Well, as much as you can like any Android tablet with the disappointing state of tablet-optimized apps. After l...
50%
greenbot.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
For those upset after hearing Google senior vice president Hiroshi Lockheimer dispel the long-circulated rumors that the two operating systems would one day merge, there may be a sliver of hope that doesn't involve Google. Lenovo's Yoga Book is a 2-in-1...
Good Thin and portable, Solid battery life, Create Pad is a useful feature...
Bad Halo keyboard is frustrating, Not all apps support multi-window mode, Buggy software...
Bottom line An innovative design does not make for a worthy laptop replacement — the Yoga Book is better used as a tablet and Wacom-like tool...
50%
techaeris.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
We've been reviewing Lenovo products here on Techaeris for a few years now and over that time we've watched the company continually improve their products. The Yoga line of devices have consistently been some of our favorite devices so how does the Yoga B...
Good Beautiful design, great build quality, drawing experience with stylus is wonderful...
Bad Android apps aren't great here, speakers are weak...
Bottom line It's a nicely built tablet with great specs, sadly, Android still doesn't look good or work well on a tablet. We'd recommend you look at the Yoga Book Windows 10 version. The Windows experience is better built for this type of device, unless you're an art...
39%
neowin.net
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's Yoga Book is a device that's hard to describe. It's a tablet, a 2-in-1, and sort of a laptop. The keyboard isn't really a keyboard at all, but instead it's a touchscreen, which allows the keyboard to disappear at times to allow the user to take n...
Good Comfortable tablet form factor, AnyPen, Beautiful display, Thin and light...
Bad Lack of ports, micro-USB, Halo keyboard needs work...
Bottom line To put it simply, if using a pen as input on Windows is something that you're interested in, the Lenovo Yoga Book is most certainly for you. It's like this machine was designed with Windows Ink in mind, and it's really fantastic.If you're looking for a re...
80%
geardiary.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
I've had the 12.9″ iPad Pro since it came out, and while there are things I absolutely love about using a larger tablet, lugging it around isn't one of them. Add on a detachable keyboard or case, and it suddenly weighs as much or more than a Macbook. For...
Good Extremely light and portable, 360º hinge allows you to use in four modes, Great for both reading content and creating content, Beautiful device that is solidly made, Innovative hybrid that successfully pulls off many industry firsts, An absolute joy to us...
Bad It's a fingerprint magnet; Speakers sound good, but they aren't super loud; Like often happens on Android tablets, there are some apps that will not display or run properly on the screen; I wish it could accept a 200GB micro SD...
0%
arstechnica.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo made a unique device with the new Yoga Book. I like to describe it as a device the size of a netbook with the design of a convertible and the attitude of a stylus-equipped tablet. Starting at $499, the Yoga Book comes in Android and Windows version...
Good battery life, Available in Android and Windows 10 versions...
Bad Halo keyboard isn't ideal for typing long documents, Cannot draw directly on touchscreen with Real Pen, Real Pen tips are difficult to change, Slow performance...
Bottom line When I was younger, I drew a lot—somewhere in my parents' house is a box full of old drawings. I wish I was as artistic now as I was then, because then I might have a good reason to buy Lenovo's Yoga Book. It's a unique mix of tablet, laptop, and creative...
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techwarelabs.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
In Juanuary 2008 Apple announced the original Macbook Air and within months everyone wanted one just to be seen with it. It was as much a computing device as it was a fashion statement. There have been a few devices of this kind over the years, devices yo...
Bottom line Overall we are impressed with the performance of the Yoga Book and find its feature list is unparalleled in the 2 in 1 or tablet category. It is the most well equipped Atom powered tablet we have seen and lends itself well to a variety of uses and con...
0%
macworld.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
You use touch all the time on your smartphone and tablet, and now you can do it on the Yoga Book, too, with its combination touch keyboard and drawing surface...
0%
neowin.net
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo unveiled its Yoga Book at the end of August , and it's arguably the most distinctive device to be launched in 2016. With a convertible laptop form factor and a touchscreen keyboard, what exactly is it?The company says that the device - while it's a...
Good Comfortable tablet form factor, AnyPen, Beautiful display, Thin and light...
Bad Lack of ports, micro-USB, Halo keyboard needs work...
Bottom line Lenovo's Yoga Book is really great at being a tablet. As far as playing games and watching movies goes, I was as comfortable using the Yoga Book as I am with my iPad Air 2.As far as productivity goes, this device wasn't for me. Of course, that doesn't mea...
85%
hothardware.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo recently released one of the most interesting tablet hybrids in recent memory, just in time for the holidays. The Yoga Book has a digital keyboard that doubles as a sketch pad that even accommodates plain old paper, giving users several ways to dra...
Good Tablet size, despite keyboard, Excellent, unique digital sketch pad, Supports paper pad for sketching/notes, Solid battery life...
Bad Relatively low-end performance, Halo keyboard will take some getting used to for non-touch typists...
Bottom line Performance summary: The Yoga Book's performance in our standard suite of Windows benchmarks was uninspiring versus more powerful mobile devices, but it was competitive with other low-power tablets, as evidenced by the 3DMark tests. The Yoga Book can hand...
70%
tablet-news.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
It's incredibly hard to innovate in the tablet segment nowadays, since it's filled to the brim with “me too” products, usually inspired by iPads, Lenovo Yogas or Surface Pros. The Lenovo Yoga Book is doing its own thing and we were lucky enough to play wi...
Good innovative format and design, beautiful design, comfy pen and keyboard, good performance, solid battery, nice acoustics, OK cameras, crazy fast WiFi, fast switch of modes, new way of working and drawing, And the...
Bad some glitches, especially software (random resets of System UI and Lenovo Marketplace won't work), you have to carry the pen and pad with you, should be brighter, the base with the keyboard gets a bit too hot for comfort, no 3G/4G/USB Type C, weird camera...
0%
notebookreview.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book is not another boring Windows laptop. This Windows PC (and its Android-based sibling) is both a convertible notebook with a 360-degree display that flips into a tablet and it replaces the traditional physical keyboard with an innovati...
Good Beautiful display, Premium thin and light design, Excellent writing with Create Pad and Real Pen, Great battery life...
Bad Halo Keyboard doesn't feel great when typing, Real Pen doesn't offer full functionality on the screen, Mediocre performance...
67%
talkandroid.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
We know Android phones. We know Android tablets. Those form factors have long been where Android devices have thrived, but Lenovo is trying something new in 2016. The Yoga Book is a laptop running Google's mobile operating system, which we've rarely seen...
Bottom line The whole thing gets a little shaky when you go beyond Lenovo's apps and services pre-installed here. Five years after bringing Android to tablets, Google just doesn't seem to have the form factor figured out. So it's not really Lenovo's fault, but it doe...
0%
laptopmedia.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo introduced the Yoga Book a few months back but it still something the Internet likes to talk about and we can clearly see why. The Yoga Book is one of the most – if not the most – versatile product we've ever touched. It's suitable for school, busi...
Good Incredibly thin and light, Impeccable design and build quality, Futuristic Halo keyboard that turns into a graphics tablet, 2048 levels of pressure sensitive Wacom stylus that turns into a regular ballpoint pen, Good battery life for a notebook...
Bad Short battery life for a tablet, The touchpad and keyboard Android software needs more work, Shortage of ports, if you are aiming for a daily driver with the Windows-powered version...
Bottom line Can the Yoga Book be your notebook replacement? Probably not. But in most cases, the Lenovo Yoga Book can do so much more while other conventional tablets and laptops fail. In terms of productivity, the Halo keyboard might pose an issue to some users beca...
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notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Multitalented. Would you like a tablet which is also a graphics tablet? Want a keyboard too? The Lenovo Yoga Book Android offers all this and more. We will check how well the device performs in our in-depth review...
Good graphics tablet, lots of accessories, innovative input concept, useful Halo keyboard, very flexible, yet sturdy hinges, decent screen, barely heats up, good speakers...
Bad Halo keyboard hard-to-read in bright lighting conditions, graphics tablet has some flaws, quiet creaking noises, slightly superfluous software, GPS module is unreliable, only 12 months warranty...
Bottom line The Yoga Book occupies a special place in our hearts and runs well even with Android. In fact, in some areas, it can even outperform the Windows tablet. The design of this device is unique and it is a true joy to see the "watchband" hinges in action. The...
88%
androidheadlines.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's Yoga line of devices is nothing new, as they've been putting out products like the Yoga laptops for years now, but this new Yoga Book is something a little bit different from the company as it's more of a convertible 2-in-1 tablet posing as a lap...
Good Thin and light which makes it super portable, Versatile with different modes of use, The design is stunning, Great build quality with a solid feel, The Halo Keyboard works extremely well, The Create Pad offers up a nice way to take notes even in the tradi...
Bad Poor camera performance, Getting used to the Halo Keyboard might be challenging for some at first, Opening the Yoga Book could be easier, Multi-window doesn't work with some rather popular apps...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book has a lot going for it, with plenty of useful features and a great design that will surely turn heads with the cool illuminating Halo Keyboard. At $500 though, the Yoga Book is a pricey Android 2-in-1 tablet device that some might f...
0%
umpcportal.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Just days after announcing that UMPCPortal would be closing down I'm sitting here with a 690 gram 10 inch convertible with LTE. It's 9mm thick and will go down as one of those brave products that pushed the UMPC boundaries. Bill Gates will happy to see th...
Bottom line Lay a piece of paper on the keyboard, write on it with a real pen and watch it copy your notes in real-time. Windows problem Why Lenovo bothered to bring out a version of this with Windows I'll never know. The ultra mobile market is niche, at best, and...
0%
wired.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book is a credit to its namesake, both in that it celebrates flexibility and leaves me feeling a little out of sorts.It's hard to describe what the Yoga Book exactly is, because it wants to be many things. It's a tablet, surely, with a cri...
Good A truly beautiful little gadget. Incredibly adaptable. A better stylus and digitizer than you'd expect for the price. Makes a stab at the future...
Bad The Halo keyboard is barely usable. Being pretty good at a lot of things is no substitute for being great and something...
60%
newatlas.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
There's an analogy to be made between the Lenovo Yoga Book and its namesake practice. Done well, yoga provides functional fitness for any task at hand. When poorly executed, it's frustrating and injurious. Yoga Book lands somewhere in between.This novel 2...
0%
tabletpcreview.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
There are many tablets and two-in-ones, but the Lenovo Yoga Book really stands out from the competition with a design like no other. It's not a typical clamshell, because its keyboard is virtual. So that space serves double duty for note-taking and drawin...
Good Dedicated writing/drawing area ideal for taking notes, Modern, flexible design, Good value...
Bad Virtual keyboard not well suited for long typing sessions, Limited sidebyside multitasking, No biometric security...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book's dedicated writing/drawing area makes it ideal for the user that wants a two-in-one for frequent note taking. Its virtual Halo Keyboard is fine for light email and word processing, plus this is a fine computer for casual games, ebook...
87%
notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Sketchbook for creators. Not satisfied with stylus inputting on a tablet? Lenovo now has the handy solution for all creative minds: Write with ink on paper and work digitally, anyway. The 10-millimeter Book is not an all-rounder, but it can do more than j...
Good design and stability, firm hinge, touch keys' good feedback, touchpad very comfortable to use, sketch & write on paper, battery's all-day runtime, bright, high-contrast panel, decent 8 MP camera...
Bad few interfaces, no DIN A5 paper size, sluggish eMMC, no maintenance options...
Bottom line The Yoga Book is attractive thanks to the natural writing input via paper on the one hand. On the other hand, it is a full-blown Windows device. Users can forward their creative workings or notes to their habitual desktop apps or edit them to a limited de...
86%
chipchick.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
It's rare that we get surprised by a hardware release these days, but Lenovo managed at IFA this year when they introduced the Yoga Book . The Yoga Book looks like a 2-in-1 laptop/tablet convertible, using the same 360-degree watchband hinge found on the...
Good Real Pen stylus performs well and doesn't need to be charged, can write in pen and get a digital copy at the same time, extremely thin and light, premium build, great battery life...
Bad Large bezels, no quick charging, tablet-level processing power, touch keyboard touchpad can be slow or unresponsive, Prev3 of 3Next...
Bottom line … Prev1 of 3Next...
0%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
What's your idea of the perfect mobile productivity device? Are you the type of user who can do everything from his smartphone, firing off emails in seconds with a deft flurry of thumb-taps? Or maybe you crave the functionality of a full-sized laptop, an...
Good Hugely ambitious design attempts to bridge your digital and analog workflow, Superthin build looks great, and elaborate hinge offers a lot of flexibility (pun intended), Pricing isn't too bad – and $500 includes keyboard and pen, unlike something like an...
Bad Performance is uppermidrange at best, Display falls short of other Lenovo tablets, Software's a bit glitchy, Halo keyboard takes a lot of practice to type on reliably, Speaker positioning less than ideal, Slow time to fully recharge...
Bottom line It's impossible to fault Lenovo for what the company tried to do here: it saw an opportunity to reinvigorate the hybrid tablet market with a device that runs familiar software (albeit with a new multitasking-friendly twist), that supports some really usef...
65%
techcrunch.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
No mainstream electronics manufacture is making more interesting, innovative and downright bizarre products than Lenovo. Between its contorting efforts under the Yoga banner and the modular handsets being produced by Motorola, the Chinese company is takin...
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engadget.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
There's nothing quite like the Lenovo Yoga Book . It's a small, lightweight clamshell device running your choice of Android or Windows 10 as an OS. Take a tour of the hardware and you'll find a 360-degree hinge, a screen and, uh, no keyboard. That's right...
Good Sleek, compact design, Unique pen-and-paper integration, Long-lasting battery...
Bad Very difficult to type on, Some software glitches in the Android version, Middling performance...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book, available with either Android or Windows, is a compelling hybrid device -- at least on paper. It ditches a physical keyboard for a touch-sensitive surface that does double duty as a keyboard and digital sketchpad. With the includ...
67%
networkworld.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The scoop: Yoga Book (Android version tested), about $500 (Windows 10 version costs $550), by Lenovo. What is it? The Yoga Book takes its name very seriously – it looks more like a paper-based notebook in size and weight than a traditional computer “note...
90%
engadget.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
At a time when Apple , Microsoft and Google are pairing their new tablets with keyboards, Lenovo has done the unthinkable. It's completely ditched a true keyboard for a digital sketchpad, trading snappiness, travel and actuation for a smooth, futuristic t...
Good Sleek, compact design, Unique pen-and-paper integration, Long-lasting battery...
Bad Very difficult to type on, Some software glitches in the Android version, Middling performance...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book, available with either Android or Windows, is a compelling hybrid device -- at least on paper. It ditches a physical keyboard for a touch-sensitive surface that does double duty as a keyboard and digital sketchpad. With the includ...
67%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's unique Yoga Book bites off more than it can chew, but that's OK. It has a clamshell laptop-like design in which the bottom half is a Wacom touchpad that doubles as a very flat virtual keyboard. What it does well, allowing you to draw or take note...
Good Eye-catching design, Unique drawing and note-taking abilities, Great audio and video output...
Bad Poor camera quality, Relatively low-res display, Flat keyboard is awkward to use...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book tablet with Android includes a Wacom touchpad, making it a unique choice for creative types and note takers...
70%
theverge.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
A convertible that makes senseAwkward. 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 rejuvenate the market. A 13...
Good Super thin and light, Accessible price, Futuristic keyboard, Long battery life...
Bad Lack of ports (especially USB-C), Intel Atom processor, Tiny design quirks, Software needs work...
75%
gottabemobile.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
We've all heard varying versions of the same old cliché. “Luck favors the bold.” We see it in office artwork trying to inspire us do more. We hear it thrown around by executives and tycoons every morning on business-oriented cable news networks. Lenovo's...
Bottom line There's a lot to like about the Lenovo YogaBook. Its size and outer shell are superb. It feels like something a creator would carry around for whenever inspiration strikes them. I only wish that, when it came time to turning that inspiration into somethin...
0%
gizmodo.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovos new Yoga Book draws the eye like no other tablet or laptop available today. People arent always sure what Im reading my comics and or jotting down notes on, but they know its fascinating, and tiny, and cool. With its capacitive touch keyboard...
0%
notebookreview.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book is very different. In a market awash in look-a-likes and copy cats, it's unique and innovative. There's nothing else like it on the market.It's both a notebook without a physical keyboard and a tablet with a drawing pad. It combines L...
Good Amazing design, great hinge, Create Pad is excellent, Decent performance...
Bad Halo keyboard barely better than onscreen keyboard, Android not built for ink, Lenovo Note Saver app too simple to be useful...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book is intended for serious inkers and digital artists, built around a great idea. Lenovo executes the hardware portion very well, making the Yoga Book one of the most attractive and well-designed devices we've ever reviewed. The Watchban...
74%
slashgear.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
I've been using Lenovo 's new Yoga Book the last couple of days, and it's hard not to love this ultra-compact, sleek, and versatile tablet with a twist. This isn't what you'd call a one trick pony, but instead a multi-talented 2-in-1 to help you stay more...
Good Beautiful design and build-quality, Flexibility of a true Wacom digitizer, Relatively affordable, especially running Android, Lengthy battery life...
Bad CPU prioritizes battery longevity not raw power, Halo Keyboard likely to frustrate touch typists, No built-in 4G LTE for the US, No USB-C...
Bottom line At the end of the day, I'm not ready to give up on my Surface Book and MacBook just yet. There's plenty the Yoga Book can do, but the limitations of its Atom processor, compact display, and Halo Keyboard mean that – even in Windows 10 form – this probably...
80%
androidcentral.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
It's easy to say that using the Lenovo Yoga Book feels like living in the future, but with its inclusion of (literal) pen-and-ink technology and an all-touch keyboard reminiscent of the first Microsoft Surface, it's just as accurate to call it a leap into...
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androidcentral.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
The Lenovo Yoga Book is the closest thing to the greatest Android convertible ever made, for whatever that's worth.Lenovo's clever hardware is a great deal more functional than you'd think it could be, but have Android apps grown up enough to handle table...
Good Unique design, Highly functional pen interface, Quality stereo speakers...
Bad Mediocre battery life, Lenovo's additional software is of inconsistent quality...
Bottom line Make no mistake, this is an amazing piece of hardware. Lenovo has clearly outdone themselves in design. If you really want Android to run on your laptop and don't care that apps are going to misbehave left and right, this is without a doubt the machine fo...
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Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2018-04-04 08:39:17
I'm not sure if the Lenovo Yoga Book ($499 as reviewed with Android, $549 with Windows 10) is a laptop or a tablet, but it sure is cool. The device, in lieu of a physical keyboard, has a touch-sensitive surface you can scribble on with a pen, and the Yoga...
Good Stunning design, Vibrant screen, Affordable, Accurate for drawing and note taking, Great software...
Bad Flat keyboard prevents touch typing, Touchpad doesn't support two-finger scroll, Quiet speakers...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book is one of the most innovative devices we've ever tested, and it's great for note taking, but its Halo keyboard is definitely not for touch typists...
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Laptopmag.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:17
To write, or not to write, that is the question. Whether 'tis nobler to write down the slings and arrows the mind suffers on a simple pad or pen or to go all digital amidst a sea of verbiage. Sorry, I got a little literary there. But it's hard not to wit...
Good Superthin, ultralight chassis, Vibrant screen, Create Pad and Real Pen deliver fluid, accurate writing, Solid performance, Long battery life...
Bad Difficult to type on Halo Keyboard, Can't write on display with the stylus...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book is an insanely thin convertible that combines a laptop, digital sketchpad and notebook, but forget about touch typing on it...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:17
Lenovo's Yoga Book is for people who have never been content with just a keyboard and mouse to express their ideas. People who prefer to scribble on notepads or napkins. Who draw pictures to illustrate ideas or create art. The $550 Yoga Book facilitates t...
Good Innovative touch surface enables typing, writing, and drawing, Extremely thin and light...
Bad Meager Atom CPU and 4GB of RAM hamper performance, Writing and drawing accessories are a hassle to corral...
Bottom line Lenovo's Yoga Book is for people who need to scribble to express their ideas. Its huge touch surface helps users produce and save those ideas digitally, taking fuller advantage of the stylus- and touch-friendly Windows 10 than any other device has...
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techspot.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:18
Ever since Lenovo unveiled the Yoga Book in late August, I've been extremely excited to get my hands on it. This folding tablet-laptop hybrid is unlike any other product on the market, as it takes the concept of the 10-inch tablet with a keyboard and repl...
Good Beautiful, innovative design that evolves tabletlaptop hybrid hardware. Excellent stylus functionality and responsivity. Surprisingly good battery life.
Bad Touch keyboard isn't great. Numerous bugs and software issues. MicroUSB over USBC is an odd choice. Cherry Trail processor a fair way behind Core M.
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windowscentral.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:18
The Lenovo Yoga Book is a unique and sexy 2-in-1, but is it any good?Lenovo has a whole lot going on with the Yoga Book, sporting an elegant, sleek, slim and light design whilst rocking a futuristic "Halo Keyboard" that lights up a flat surface and can al...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book is an interesting device. It's a beautiful, premium-feeling 2-in-1, with tablet-class specifications. It's rocking a futuristic Halo Keyboard and Create Pad that's excellent for note-takers and artists alike, but not great for those w...
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mobiletechreview.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:18
Reviewed October 17, 2016 by Lisa Gade, Editor in Chief (twitter: @lisagade)Horsepower and Performance Better Suited to AndroidWith a 1.44 GHz Intel Atom CPU, the Yoga Book is relatively unpowerful as Windows tablets and laptops go. The Atom sits below th...
Good Fantastic futuristic design, excellent build quality. Bright IPS display, 2 digitizers for pen. Very light and portable. Good battery life, low price...
Bad Capactive keyboard and trackpad are trying. No palm rejection or pressure sensitivity for display digitizer. CPU fine for Android, slow for Windows...
Bottom line The Lenovo Yoga Book stirs emotions like few other recent pieces of consumer electronics. Practicality or need be damned--I just want one! I seriously applaud Lenovo for taking a chance on a product like the Yoga Book, and I want them to continue evolving...
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androidandme.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:18
“Is that an iPad?”The question echoes through the room as a curious passerby inquires about the black slate resting on the table.“Oh, no, this is an Android tablet. I think it's made by Google or something? Maybe Samsung?”With a glut of near-doppelgangers...
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hw4all.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:18
Laptop-transformer Lenovo YOGA Book – a new word in the world of compact notebooks, original, interesting unusual. Lenovo YOGA 910 – already familiar to all “yoga” in the updated package and enhanced features.The company has decided to make an ultra-compa...
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ubergizmo.com
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2018-04-04 08:39:18
Achieving efficient handwriting on a smartphone or tablet has been a dream of innovation teams around the world for decades, and Lenovo may have mastered it with its new Yoga Book.The lightweight and ultra-thin Yoga Book is a 2-in-1 tablet that opens just...
Bottom line At $499.99 in its Android version, the Lenovo YOGA Book is amazingly innovative, productive and affordable. It's no secret that Android tablets often come short of a direct comparison with the iPad because Android Tablet OEMs never push the envelope enoug...
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topnewreview.com
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2018-04-17 04:09:39
Tablets and 2-in1 devices have been available for many years now and, to be honest, we rarely see something truly innovative. But Lenovo ( lenovo.com ) want to change all that with its multi-format, multi-purpose Yoga Book running on Google Android 6 or M...
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