... is a 13" laptop but the size is more like 14" because of a huge black frame round the ...
Mark Twain, Amazon
20 September 2014
Summary: It is a 13" laptop but the size is more like 14" because of a huge black frame round the screen especially at the bottom. Plastic is kinda cheap for this price. Power and other buttons on the side are very ugly and very cheap. The screen resolution is amazing and similar to mac book pro retina.
moreover it is very hot and when used as a tablet not very nice to hold it in your hands
Aviram Rahimi, Amazon
11 September 2014
Summary: i have waited for few weeks before writing this review. pros: it prefotms very well and is very light. cons: battery runs much less than expected for baout 2 hours or less working time!!. moreover it is very hot and when used as a tablet not very nice to hold it in your hands. the battery life of course is the main issue and as much as i waited for it i am dissapointed with its performance i did not want to plug it in so often.
Don't buy until Lenovo fixes bluetooth and wifi bugs!
Stuart Riley, Amazon
31 August 2014
Summary: I have one of these, and after a bios update, and a new bluetooth driver (both installed today), the #$%$ thing is still buggy! Over $1000 and they can't get bluetooth and wifi to work reliably? I recommend everyone hold off buying this until Lenovo figures out how to fix this.
Summary: There are a couple of things you need to know about this laptop before you Buy it, first the battery doesn't last what they advertise, if you get 4 hours consider yourself lucky, in my case a total deal breaker since I use it for work and in case of a brownout I need it to be able to last for the hole shift.
Summary: Good power, but Windows 8.1 is a real frustration as I try to work with it in various modes. The other frustrating thing is the preloaded trial software that annoys you if you don't buy it and the pop-up reminders are hard to remove
Summary: I have had this computer for 4 months now. It is AMAZING with two major exceptions. 1) The audio jack has a mind of its own. There are rumors that contact cleaner can fix it, which I have yet to try. It basically turns on and off dozens of times a day without any plug being inserted or removed. It creates a problem when you want to use the laptop's own speakers. If you're not using the speakers, it can be ignored (a small popup).
Summary: I like the design and the weight. it fits my work needs very well. But as a high end ultrabook, Yoga2 Pro is expected to excel in every aspect. Unfortunately Yoga 2 Pro uses Intel N7260 wireless card, which has extremely poor performance. That's why so many Yoga 2 pro owners have wifi connection issues such as dropping signal or no connection. Mine can only connect to a router within 2 yards range. Intel should be the one to take the blame.
Summary: I was very excited when I first brought this laptop home. The screen is fantastic and the weight for the power you get is exceptional. What I found after a few weeks of using this: - The screen resolution drives me crazy. Many applications just don't know how to work with the higher res screen and display tiny, tiny icons which are impossible to read (eg on a YouTube screen you can't see the resolution of the video - way too small).