Summary: Step aside, Apple!!! I've owned you for years and now that I have laid my hands on this IdeaPad Yoga I am never going back. The Windows 8 takes some getting used to but is pretty intuitive. The overall weight and 360 design is on point! I love this laptop!!!
Summary: They now make this with lighted keyboard, I wish I'd waited and bought that model but overall I'd buy another. Warning to all, do not put an empty mico SD card reader in the SD slot it will cause very very very slow shut down times as well as other issues. This drove me nuts for quite some time. The fix was to remove the empty SD card reader I inserted (to have handy in case I needed it) or insert a mico SD card in the adapter.
Summary: This is a great convertable. The display is very sharp and bright. The best thing is that is starts up super fast since it does not have a hard drive to slow it down. The things that I do not like about this computer is that the power cord plugs into the right side and that the rubberized keyboard frame is very very difficult to clean.
Summary: Nice ultrabook with good build quality. This is the best Windows 8 machine I've found after playing with 15+ that looked good on paper. The only downsides seem to be the screen resolution, which the Yoga 2 addresses, and Windows 8 OS. Recommend installing Start8 from Stardock for any Windows 8 machine. It took this one from "send it back" to "this thing is great" within 10 minutes.
Summary: I expected better instructions on how to navigate it. Some important things on how to begin are missing, I feel. Overall, it's in great condition! Unfortunately it does get damaged very easily so I would strongly suggest buying a case and/or screen protectors (since it's touch screen) the same time as purchasing this item.