Summary: I've had my twist i5 for about a year now. I bought it refurbished for a few hundred dollars less than a new one. I haven't had any major problems with it. The general consensus is the screen doesn't flip properly sometimes when switching from tablet to laptop mode. This is true, I gave up and turned the auto rotate function off, so now it doesn't flip which seems to fix it for me. Other reviews said that it would crash unexpectedly.
Summary: I have found the 2 in 1 notebooks to be the most ideal. Basically these convert into tablets using a variety of swivels, folds, or flips. I often find myself starting in laptop mode laying in bed, then within 20-30 minutes my neck gets sore, and I flip it to tablet mode and keep working. What I am finding is hardware manufacturers are moving away from this, and I am unsure why.
Summary: I really liked how fast this laptop is but after just a couple days I realized its issues. It is super buggy on the touchscreen, it will randomly zoom in and out and scroll around the webpage I'm on. I can't even read a paragraph without it shifting. It has an issue auto-rotating the screen sometimes, and it pretty much doesn't have stylus capability at all. So I'm returning this and buying a different laptop better suited for my needs.
Summary: Pro: Sleek and Light Cons: Wifi doesnt work, so i end up getting a wifi usb adapter. Also the mouse pad is a bit small and not smooth, so it feels cramp and jerkly, end up getting a mouse. Overall disappointed with the laptop and windows 8 (which is counter-intuitive, and makes everything more difficult to use).
Summary: I'm a Mac user, but still wonder why Apple doesn't make a touch screen on their laptops yet, found this function pretty useful. This laptop is sturdy, used by a teen at school for about 4 hours before it looses the charge. Light, easy to type keyboard, keyboard keys not as good as a Mac, good resolution, would work even for Photoshop user on a limited basis. The mouse is a bit of a pain, ordered a separate mouse, that connects via a wireless USB connector made by Lenovo.