Summary: I really really loved this. While it worked. It was so beautiful and slim and I definitely loved that when it folded the layers were flat against each other unlike other foldable laptops. But after having it for a short 17 days, the laptop completely broke as well as the charging port.
Summary: What a turd. I blame the cheap, insufficient processor. Does anyone field test these units before rolling them out on the public at large? Blah. Pay the extra couple hundred dollars and get something you can use. It's too late for me, save yourself the hassle and iron fisted rage.
Lots of letters and blue flashing occur on the screen like there is a problem
Lela B., Amazon
10 December 2014
Summary: It seems to crash a lot and I have had it for a year and it is already failing. Lots of letters and blue flashing occur on the screen like there is a problem. I was happy at first but not impressed with how fast it failed
Summary: Lenovo togas are great but this rt version is like being cuffed and shackled. If you want a laptop buy something with full version of windows. If you want a tablet buy something lighter. If you want something that does both buy a yoga 2 pro or an 11s. The ultralow GeForce processor crashes a lot.
Summary: I bought the 11S because I thought it had all the flexibility to be a very productive device. Wrong. I got the one with 128GB HD. The problem is the Windows 8 S/W and the configuration of the machine is so loaded, loaded, and loaded with junk that its hard to go straight to getting some work done.
Summary: I've owned this laptop for almost a full year now, and I must say, it was basically a waste of money. The point is to function as a laptop and tablet. The tablet feature would lead you to believe that it would have apps. I doesn't.