Summary: Best laptop I have ever had or even used. I prefer this Yoga 13 to the new ones. The touchpad is much larger, I prefer this design, the RAM isn't soldered to the motherboard, and there is an extra SSD slot.
Summary: This item is awesome, light, thin, easy to travel with, screen size is optimal. It took a while to adjust to windows 8 though. I use it for work (consulting) and am on it all the time. Battery life is about 5 hours for internet browsing, emails work related stuff.
Summary: Love my Lenovo! Lightweight, battery holds a charge all day at work and then recharges very quickly. The touch screen is wonderful, easy and reliable. The computers solid state drive is amazing... system boots in seconds.
PositiveLogic "Looking for Positive, Not Fearing the Negative", Amazon
2 September 2014
Summary: I did weeks of research before settling on this laptop. Ultimately, our decision boiled own finding the sweet spot of performance and reliability in the $600 to $800 price range. In the spirit of full disclosure, we paid $790 for ours and today, I was surprised to find that the same model is selling...
Summary: This laptop is quite thin and very sleek. It works well for my intended purpose - light enough to carry around all the time, but powerful enough to do software development. The double hinge is gimmicky and I have only used it to show off to other people. The device is most useful as a laptop.
Summary: I use this mainly for school and here is what I like about: It's small. That means it's light, less strain on my back carrying this thing. The keyboard: natural and responsive, not too mushy, and quiet. Speed: It does just about anything that's not gaming or video editing.
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.