, which falls behind in some areas despite the fact that it is equipped with the same Samsung drive. Because of the small bezel, it's possible to accidentally trigger inputs when the convertible is in Tablet mode. According to the specs, performance, as well as the price, these two units are a better match than the few other 14-inch convertibles in our database. we see a performance difference of about 10 % between the remaining laptops, which is as expected. The competitors fare better, but still don't quite reach the target. We had to apply a fair amount of pressure to induce flexing, so display bounce not an issue during typing. Since there is no dedicated driver menu, gestures (up to four fingers) require the use of the Windows configuration tool, which has matured and is now more than adequate to accomplish this task. No one tests computers like we do. The key word in that sentence is “could”, because in reality this laptop is not able to sustain constant high-loads for a long period of time. The hinge is visually stunning, but the design is unfortunately not stiff enough, which impacts some of the usage modes negatively. is roughly 22 % slower, but still offers very acceptable performance. Since there is no maintenance flap, opening the convertible requires the removal of ten screws. The big battery, excellent keyboard/trackpad, larger 13.9" screen and splendid build quality are its main selling points, but the the speakers or the everyday use performance are not far off. As far as the cooling on the Yoga goes, Lenovo uses a system with two small fans and heatpipes on top of the motherboard (so repasting would require a complete disassembly). A  512 GB SSD takes care of data storage. According to 3DMark 11 and 3DMark 13, the GPU in the review convertible does very well when compared to other notebooks in our database equipped with the same GPU. We didn't experience any fluctuations in the output volume. It also comes with high-end components include a new USB 3.1 Type-C port, USB 3.0 port, ultra-fast 802.11/AC … Even after calibration, the ColorChecker-values remain a little high with a DeltaE of 4.5 - a bit unusual. The layout is pretty standard as well, so the user won't require much of an adjustment period. The smaller sRGB color space matters more to the home users and is covered to 90 %. Only the space key is more audible and might preclude using the convertible in extremely noise sensitive areas. The Yoga 910 takes the first place in this comparison with the other laptops, with the - still decent - HP Spectre ranking not too far behind. All convertibles perform at a very high level overall and the differences are in fact negligible during regular use. It doesn’t get pen support or a digitizer and it doesn’t get Thunderbolt 3 connectivity either. Visual highlights are the very narrow (save for the bottom) display bezel and the hinge mechanism, which looks pretty extravagant and reminds us of a metal watchband. The Zenbook is light and slim, but sacrifices on battery life, while the X1 Yoga comes with the ThinkPad rugged build, LTE and an OLED screen, but is very expensive. frequency)Highs 2 - 16 kHz(+) | balanced highs - only 2.7% away from median(+) | highs are linear (3.2% delta to prev. Removing the bottom plate to access the hardware could potentially compromise the warranty, but the task itself is very easy. While 2D calculations never tax the GPU, the 3D performance isn't quite as impressive, as we'll see shortly. Potential buyers should ask themselves if they should opt for the UHD or the FHD panel. The maximum volume is perfectly sufficient for medium-sized rooms. The less powerful as well as older. I have to stress on this aspect: this device is built like a tank, despite being only .56″ in its thickest point. There’s also no crease to grab the screen from when opening it, which again means you’ll have to grab from those sharp edges. None of those support Thunderbolt 3, which somewhat shows this product’s age, as many competitors do these days. Overall we can deduce though that the Yoga 910's power consumption is slightly below average in most load scenarios. is as expected and in line with other laptops featuring the same CPU. The Yoga 910 is powered by the new Kaby Lake dual-core Intel Core i7-7500U (2 x 2.7 - 3.5 GHz, Hyper-Threading, TDP 15 W), which features higher clock speeds than the direct predecessor i7-6500U (2 x 2.5 - 3.1 GHz, Hyper-Threading, TDP 15 W). It’s placed below the screen like on the Dell XPS, which means the person at the other end of the line will usually see you from the chin down if you actually want to look at the screen while chatting. The former is a great, sharp option and the latter is a little more limited in terms of brightness and color coverage, but still a good pick overall, as well as a cheaper and less power hungry. The notebook easily handles even more demanding software titles. From a technical standpoint, the convertible convinces as well and offers performance on a very high level. Given that this is a convertible which can be used as a tablet as well, the viewing angle stability is of particular importance. frequency)Highs 2 - 16 kHz(+) | balanced highs - only 2.9% away from median(+) | highs are linear (3.8% delta to prev. So all in all, if you’d rather get a slightly bigger screen and battery on your premium ultraportable, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is the one for you. Read on to find out. Fortunately, Lenovo refrained from implementing a useless dedicated GPU like the AMD Radeon R5 M430 in the Lenovo Yoga 510-14IKB. The base unit resists torsional forces very well and only emits very slight creaking sounds. On the other hand, if you want a 2-in-1 with pen support and a small footprint, there are nicer options out there. Price: $9.95 (USD) Sale Price: $5.95 (40% Off) View Item Details » Lenovo 910-13IKB-88YG9000786 Battery. Like many other Lenovo convertibles, the Yoga 910 also features a "false" unibody design with removable bottom plate. Regular touch works flawlessly on this laptop and the screen flips back to 360 degrees, like on most other convertibles. At maximum load - which is admittedly unlikely to occur during normal use - this whistling can be quite annoying. What do I need to do to get that to work. The two-stage keyboard backlight isn't very bright, but pretty uniform save for the Z-key, which happens to be a little too bright. All convertibles perform at a very high level overall and the differences are in fact negligible during regular use. Both the OS as well as applications load rapidly. The Yoga 910 is a sleek and powerful laptop that makes a stylish statement about how you work and play.