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Lenovo Yoga 730 13 - 13.3" Touch FHD - i5-8250u - 8GB - 256GB SSD - Platinum
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- 8th Gen Intel Quad-Core i5-8250U Processor (1.6Ghz, turbo boost up to 3.4GHz, 6MB Cache), Intel UHD Graphics 620
- 13.3" Full HD 10-point Multitouch Screen (1920x1080), Windows 10 Operating System
- 8GB System Memory for Advanced Multitasking, 256GB Solid State Drive, DVD/CD Drive not Included
- 360° Flip-and-Fold Design, Wireless-AC+ Bluetooth, Backlit Keyboard, Platinum
- 1xUSB 3.0 Type A Port, 1xUSB 3.1 Type C Port, 1xThunderbolt 3 Ports, 1xHeadphone jack
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Lenovo Yoga 730 Convertible 2-in-1 Laptop: Express your digital creativity with this 13-inch Lenovo Yoga convertible laptop. It lets you sketch accurately and annotate notes with a Lenovo Active Pen 2 stylus, and its quad-core Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM provide smooth multitasking. This Lenovo Yoga convertible laptop has a 256GB solid-state drive for high-performance storage.
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All in all, it took almost three weeks to settle the whole ordeal, had to pay shipping to get a replacement, and paid retail price for a refurbished laptop.
The laptop itself seems sturdy and is light. But, obviously the build quality is suspect. I personally have a earlier model Yoga and love it, so I figured a later version would be perfect for my mother. She likes it better than her old crappy laptop, so that's a plus.
This may be my last Lenovo purchase.
- Love the keyboard - positive action, shallow travel. A joy after the bouncy clip on keyboard of the surface pro!
- Super fast startup and app start because of the fast SSD
- Sharp bright screen - but make sure you turn off the adaptive brightness (its easy in the Lenovo Vantage App). Adaptive brightness limits the maximum brightness in indoor environments to a level lower than I prefer. Consequently you cant get the best out of the screen. Would be great if Lenovo fixed this allowing you to turn the brightness all the way up regardless of ambient light level.
- Solid, minimalist construction that makes me feel this will outlast cheaper alternatives
- 2 USB C - Thunderbolt 3 ports - rare at this price
THE NOT SO GOOD
- 2 USB C - Thunderbolt 3 ports - if you need to connect to HDMI, VGA or a wired network, get used to using adapters! On the other hand it would never have been this thin and beautiful with all those connectors built in.
- The speakers are tinny and low volume - use headphones of get a blue tooth speaker if you want to listen to music or watch video. OK, most laptop speakers are bad, these just seem a bit below average.
Overall I am very happy with the purchase and feel like I picked up a bargain!
This is an update after 1 month of seldom used..
Please save your money and look for a better one. It has a terrible display flickering issue. I did all the software / driver updates but it didn't solved the issue.
My only complaint is that even though what I bought was new (and came in the Lenovo hologrammed shink wrap), this was some kind of resale because the warranty had started almost 100 days before I received it. I had to contact Lenovo, offer proof of purchase and generally go through a long process to get the warranty corrected. I wish I didn't have to do that.
5 stars for the machine, 3 stars for the seller - at least it shipped instantly and with prime.
Update: They did honor the warranty, and replaced the relevant cable (the one connecting the mobo to the screen I believe). They paid for the shipping, sent me a box, and made the whole process relatively painless. As a result, I am updating my review from 1 to 4 stars. It does seem to be a quality laptop aside from the screen issues. I will update this again if there is any further problem.
My full appreciation to the vendor though, who accepted the return and provided a full refund in a timely matter and without asking questions, accepting my reason for return. This was really a pity: had the screen functioned as it should, this would have literally been my dream laptop in every other aspect. Hope others have better luck with it. After my experience I had no confidence that the issue would not come up again in a replacement computer... I am now looking for an entirely different model and will NOT look at Lenovo again.
- Battery life averages an hour or two better than others in its class
- Super-thin bezels
- A sleek design with tapered sides makes it seem much thinner than it actually is, and its sharp edges line up neatly when the screen is closed or folded backward
- A fingerprint scanner, a feature normally only found on more expensive laptops in this size range
- Two USB Type C ports with Thunderbolt data transfer speeds and one Type A (traditional USB) port instead of the usual two Type A's and one Type C, making it more forward-looking than others but still backwards compatible
- Charges via one of its Type C ports, meaning that its charger also works with your phone if you use a recent Android and that your Android's charger will keep the laptop alive in a pinch. You'll only need to carry one charger for both when you leave home.
- Its one Type A port can charge other devices even when the laptop is turned off, so you can charge things with it without taking it out of your bag
- The touchscreen digitizer is made with tech by Wacom, a professional digital art device manufacturer, instead of by Microsoft
- The downward-firing speakers are a little weird with the screen upright in a traditional laptop configuration
- The top section is flimsy and flexes a little if you're not careful with it
- The fingerprint sensor can really only handle one or two prints, and Microsoft's fingerprint settings menu is garbage: to fix or delete one fingerprint, you have to delete them all and start over
- No HDMI port, though you can buy an adapter and you shouldn't need one once monitors move on to Type C
- Not compatible with active styluses that work using Windows tech and not Wacom tech
- nice, sleek design; looks pretty; good graphics; decent sound; touch screen is good; lightweight; thin; bang for the buck
My problem started after about 35 days of purchase - i.e. just "outside" the 30 day return window. The screen started flickering, and my USB A port stopped accepting USB jacks. Upon inquiry, Amazon said "talk to seller, not my headache", seller said "talk to Lenovo, not my headache", and then Lenovo said "my headache only if you had purchased it from us directly...but you didn't!". After pushing further, Lenovo decided that the computer was under manufacturer's warranty and so was willing to repair it. I asked for a replacement but they denied it outright. I will not bore you with the 10+ conversations I had with the tech support during the repair phase. In short – their “maximum” repair time of 9 business days actually took 9 weeks! I finally got my computer, but guess what – it does not work! The computer does not even turn on this time! I am annoyed to the bone by now. The customer representative still insisted that the only thing they could do was to repair it again. Upon 2+ hours of yelling, they finally said they had escalated this case to a Case Manager in North Carolina and that I would get a call from them within 3 business days. I didn’t! Round 2 – called them up again, took two hours for another representative to fill out the details, promised he forwarded my situation to a Case Manager, and asked me to wait for 3 more business days! NO CHANGE! Round 3 – the CR said the same exact thing! But this time I made sure I spoke to the site supervisor, took his name and contact details, and then he promised I would get a call within 24 hours. Well…the NC Case manager finally called, not in 24 but in 48 hours, and she agreed to replace my unit. I am still waiting for the new computer as of now. But I hope this sure is over!
To summarize – Yoga 730 is a faulty design; it looks stunning for the price you pay but on the inside it uses cheap products; most disappointed by Lenovo’s lack of quality control and an inadequate problem solving mechanism in case an issue does arise. Flickering is a motherboard issue. Crappy motherboard = crappy unit = unlimited potential problems.
In the meantime, I got a Mac Air. Suggestion, if you are not a heavy MS-Excel type user, a Mac is SO MUCH better! Worth the investment! Buy it from Apple directly, though!