Summary: I like how people react when I flip it back and use it as a tablet. This was purchased refurbished so its not perfect and acts up sometime but still works. The battery life is awesome! The cons are that I can download anything else thats not already in the play store.
Summary: Bought for some one else. They seems pretty happy with it for the most part. Had a few issues in regards to software compatibility. Software I run on my own Windows 8 rig so the OS is not at fault. Other then that though a great little device.
Summary: I like the device well enough when it worked for the first 2 months. Then not long after I upgraded to Windows 8.1RT (about a week) I plugged the computer into my surge protector and went out to dinner with my family and some friends.
Summary: I have had a horrible time finding a hybrid that passed my test! I have had two Surface II's and an Acer Inspire laptop with touch screen. All needed to be returned due to quality and/or faultiness. I just opened the box on my Lenovo Yoga II. I ordered a reconditioned model this time.
Summary: At first I wan't sure about the touchpad, but now I'm hooked. Hard to imagine using a keyboard again. Also once you get used to the new screen layout, it's hard to use the desktop again. For most users, this design really will speed things up.
Summary: I like the laptop, but not the operating system. I have windows 8 on another computer so I am familiar with it but, I brought it to do genealogy and it will not let me download the program I am using so it is useless for that reason.
Summary: This thing is truly multi-function! You can throw rocks if you want, but The Windows 8.1 touch interface is fantastic. If it's daunting, hang in there. Once you get it, you realize that it easy and efficient. My 2yo literally can open this up, login, open his apps, and switch between apps with ease.