Summary: The Lenovo yoga looks great but that's about it. It loses connectivity to the internet constantly, and I've tried all of the "fixes" recommended online but nothing corrects the problem so make sure you have tons of patience if you decide to purchase this machine because you will keep getting bumped from the internet.
Summary: This laptop's biggest problem is poor WiFi reception. At a place where a MacBook Pro can sustain stable video playback, the Yoga 2 stutters and freezes constantly. The drivers are latest from Windows Updates, and Lenovo's site is horrible at finding what you want. Screen is nice though.
DO NOT BUY THIS COMPUTER YOU WILL HAVE NOTHING BUT PROBLEMS.
23 April 2014
Summary: I bought this in February 14th 2013 and the monitor no longer works. I bought the top of the line product from them I-7 processor and a Solid State Hard Drive. I paid over 1500 for this laptop thinking I would be well taken care and I would have had this laptop at least the next 3 to 4 years. 30 Days out of warranty the computer has lost its ability to transmit the information to the monitor. This is a known issue with the Yogo laptops.
Summary: I gave this six months to see if it would work out for me. The darn thing crashes constantly and locks up. The Windows 8.1 software and the BIOS may be the problem. Just had to do a complete reset because OF THE BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH. Ergonomically it is just OK. Anway buy a real computer or a real tablet, this is junk.
Screen stopped working within 6 month, and this is not even my primary computer. Should've stayed with Asus
23 December 2013
Summary: Asus has been my choice the last time I purchased a laptop about 4 years ago, and about a year ago I also purchased an Asus tablet. Both the laptop and tablet has worked great without any issues. But due to a recent house fire, I lost both and was in the market again for a new laptop. After evaluating my computer usage, I decided to get a hybrid laptop since my tablet didn't get a whole lot of use and I already have a work laptop that I used during work hours.
Would have loved it, but wrong Item shipped. Nightmare ensues
14 November 2013
Summary: The Product was Not at all what I ordered. The computer was labeled as "new" shipping from Amazon. However what I received instead was a very well packed used computer with someone else's log in credentials! It was annoying to say the least to spend 100s of dollars and receive used product. Also returning the computer and actually getting my money back became a nightmare. Amazon was unable to return the money promptly and the kept barraging me with other "deals".
No TPM, Not Clear, 50% restocking Fee, very unhappy
ERIK R SWANSON, Amazon
26 October 2013
Summary: It was not clear in product description that this model has no TPM chip. I ordered another with TPM, and when went to return Yoga, found there was a 50% restocking fee. I feel ripped off. Stuck with paying for 2 laptops and cannot use one of them, and could have been avoided if descriptions and tech specs were more clear.
Summary: This whole experience has been horrible. 60 days after I get it the power supply goes out. I ask Amazon for help and they tell me to send it in for warranty...it's out of their hands. I send it in and the warranty policy is to send you a new machine if they can't repair within 7 business days. 14 go by and I ask for a replacement. "Oh we're sorry sir, your part is coming in next week and we'll ship soon thereafter.