Summary: nice computer, TERRIBLE battery life, feels like 3 hours. but I guess that is expected as most batteries suck unless you buy a behemoth after market battery. However it boots fast and feels very STURDY.
Summary: I like it, I rather it have 6GB of RAM and backlit keyboard, also the brightness of the screen is lower than expected... but it's good enough, I'm still happy with it, I'd buy again if I could go back in time to the purchasing moment :)
Summary: There are some things I love about this little laptop/tablet but there are some things that really bug me too. Love the flexibility of using it as either a tablet or a laptop. Some of the keystrokes don't work very well though (copying and pasting using the keyboard is super temperamental (sometimes it takes on a life of its own and copies things I didn't intend to have it copy, etc.).
Summary: This ultrabook is by far the best laptop for me so far, and I've owned 7 laptops. The biggest feature that caught my attention was capability for it to turn itself into a tablet. Usually I was not big fan of tablets and iPads at first. But after seeing the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga and getting used to it's tablet-like feature, I use it more often than as a laptop. Something that I disliked was the size of the model I bought.
Summary: The Lenovo Yoga is a great choice for someone who is looking to use their computer like a laptop and a tablet. You can simply flip the screen over and use it as a Tablet whenever you want. The hinges and overall quality is fantastic. This machine also offers fantastic battery life and portability. If you travel a lot I highly recommend if you throw it in a bag you won't even notice it is there because it is so light.
It's a great little tablet for those who want to use all of Windows IE
10 February 2014
Summary: I need Java, ActiveX and a few other things that my Android tablet did not have. So I have everything I need now. The only thing is. I expected it to be lighting fast with the i5 and the SSD drive which I want to put into all my computers.
Good Computer but Lacks One Key Feature (Wireless Display)
Christopher White "flabio", Amazon
31 December 2013
Summary: This is a pretty good computer, I am still getting used to windows 8 and 8.1 learning curve, but this computer lets you gives you a lot of versatility in its design. It's got plenty of ports for what I need it for and HDMI. Still no magnetic type power adapter. The keyboard takes a little getting used to because I was not used to a sensitive keyboard, the track pad works well.
Summary: I really like this computer. While I don't use a tablet except for my Nook, I really like using a laptop. This Yoga really is great. I use it while camping in the RV and at home in front of the TV. It's really compact and I like that. Battery lasts a long time. Just going through the learning curve from Windows 7 to 8.1 (I immediately loaded 8.1). The system is really fast and SSD is fantastic. I purchased an HDMI cable and watched video on my TV. That's neat too.