Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model

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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model Description

Product Description Shop the Windows Store for the full selection of Windows 8 PCs Product information Technical Details Collapse all Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM Screen Size 13.3 inches Max Screen Resolution 1600×900 Processor 1.8 GHz Intel Core i5 RAM 4 GB DDR3 Memory Speed 1600 MHz Hard Drive 128 GB flash_memory_solid_state Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics Card Description Integrated Wireless Type 802.11bgn Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1 Number of USB 3.0 Ports 1 Average Battery Life (in hours) 8 hours Other Technical Details Brand Name Lenovo Series Lenovo Ideapad Item model number 59359567 Hardware Platform PC Operating System Windows 8; Item Weight 3.3 pounds Product Dimensions 13.1 x 8.9 x 0.7 inches Item Dimensions L x W x H 13.1 x 8.9 x 0.67 inches Color Gray Processor Brand Intel Core I5 Processor Count 2 Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM Flash Memory Size 128 Hard Drive Interface Serial ATA Optical Drive Type No Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Additional Information ASIN B00ATANVLG Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 267 customer reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #21,608 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100) #958 in Computers & Accessories > Laptops > 2 in 1 Laptops Shipping Weight 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Date First Available February 3, 2013 Warranty & Support Return Policy: You may return any new computer purchased from that is ‘dead on arrival,’ arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. reserves the right to test ‘dead on arrival’ returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. 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Related Video ShortsPage 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1Upload your videoPrevious page 3:43 Laptop buying guide Consumer Reports 4:35 Tablet Buying Guide Consumer Reports 0:31 Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model Manufacturer Video 1:37 Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model Manufacturer Video 0:14 Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model Manufacturer VideoNext pageUpload your videoREAD FULL REVIEW REPORTVideo ContentThe video content is inappropriateThe video content is misleadingOther content-related feedbackAd ContentThe ad is too longThe ad does not playThe ad does not inform my purchaseOther ad-related feedbackTechnical IssuesThe video does not playThere is too much bufferingThe audio is poor or missingOther technical issueProductsVideo is unrelated to the productOther product-related feedbackCopyright Infringement Please fill out the copyright form to register a complaint CancelReportCancelReportCancelReportCancelReportCancelCopyright FormPrevious page 3:43 Laptop buying guide Consumer Reports 4:35 Tablet Buying Guide Consumer Reports 0:31 Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model Manufacturer Video 1:37 Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model Manufacturer Video 0:14 Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 13.3-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Ultrabook (Gray) 2013 Model Manufacturer VideoNext page Sponsored products related to this itemPage 1 of 1Start overPage 1 of 1 Previous page of related Sponsored Products Feedback Apple MacBook Air (13-inch Retina display, 1.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, 256GB) -… 36 $1,340.00 Feedback ASUS Chromebook Flip C101PA-DS04 10.1inch Rockchip RK3399 Quad-Core Processor 2.0GH… 198 $324.35 Feedback Acer Chromebook 11, Celeron N3060, 11.6′ HD, 4GB DDR3L, 16GB Storage, CB3-132-C4VV 248 $189.99 Feedback Acer Chromebook Spin 13 CP713-1WN-53NF Convertible Laptop, 8th Gen Intel Core i5-82… 27 $891.37 Feedback ASUS Chromebook Flip C213SA-YS02-S with Stylus EMR Pen, 11.6 inch Ruggedized & Spil… 171 $398.98 Feedback Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop, 11.6-Inch HD (1366 x 768) IPS Dis… 44 $239.00 Feedback ASUS Chromebook C202SA-YS02 11.6′ Ruggedized and Water Resistant Design with 180 De… 1402 $218.99 Feedback Acer Aspire 1 A114-32-C1YA, 14′ Full HD, Intel Celeron N4000, 4GB DDR4, 64GB eMMC, … 89 $249.99 Feedback Lenovo IdeaPad 2019 15.6 HD Laptop Notebook Computer, AMD A6-9225 to 3.0GHz, 4GB/8G… $299.99 Feedback Dell Inspiron 3185 11.6-inch Touchscreen 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop PC, 7th Gen AMD … $289.99 Next page of related Sponsored Products Ad feedback Customer Questions & Answers See questions and answers 267 customer reviews3.8 out of 5 stars3.8 out of 5 stars 5 star43%4 star19%3 star10%2 star9%1 star19% Review this productShare your thoughts with other customersWrite a customer review Customer images See all customer images Read reviews that mention battery life touch screen tablet mode hard drive dell xps touchpad macbook air fan noise laptop and tablet ideapad yoga lenovo yoga make sure even though mouse pad tent mode little bit works fine great laptop getting used usb port Showing 1-8 of 267 reviewsTop ReviewsMost recentTop ReviewsThere was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.PS2.0 out of 5 starsHere’s the truthJune 15, 2013Verified PurchaseI read enough reviews on Amazon and other places to justify me having to write one here. First things first, I am an IT guy, so between hardware, software and networking it’s easier for me to figure things out, so keep that in mind when reading the review.As all of the other reviewers said, there are some known quirks with this computer. Yes, the hinges let the screen wobble a bit. I have a Dell XPS 13 and the screen doesn’t wobble at all, but this one does. It’s not a big deal. Secondly, yes, the keyboard is different. The keys don’t appear to be as deep as other keyboards, so when pressing them down it isn’t as much as a confirmed response back from the pc. That being said, I don’t have a single problem typing on it outside of the backspace key being small. A few hours later and it’s fine. The mouse is perfect fine for me. I actually prefer it over my Dell mouse. There are times when the tapping or click of the mouse doesn’t respond, but it isn’t to the point of annoyance. You can two finger scroll, two finger right click, pinch, zoom, etc all with it. I actually do like it.The one I wanted to spend a little bit of time on is the wireless card. This thing is 2.4 ghz only. It’s speed is limited to 150 mbps. My pc out of the box didn’t have any driver issues, but for some reason when I installed the latest driver from the lenovo site, I couldn’t get online anymore, so I had to rollback that driver. There is a combination of bad drivers, software and network requirements needed to make this thing work. Again, out of the box I was only able to connect at 65 mbps on my cisco frontier router. My xps 13 connects at 300 mbps. Obviously this is a Lenovo issue. What I did was turn off the suspend mode for the wireless card, then set my router to channel 11, upper threshold with 40 mhz width. That poppped me back up to 150 mbps on the wireless card. Unfortunately it took me about 3 to 4 hours with all the troubleshooting to get the answer.The good. The screen is exceptional. The icons are glorious and it’s even better in tablet mode. I’m not sure if the colors are right given that the white background has a bit of wash in it (like on this page), but when I look at this screen and then go back to my XPS 13, you can clearly see the difference. Tablet mode is also good and I was initially worried about the keyboard being on the bottom, but it’s actually not a big deal at all. What I didn’t like was when you have the pc in presentation mode (bent back 75%), the keyboard and mouse aren’t turned off like they are in tablet mode, so you have to put it on a flat surface or it will start going nuts.In summary, I’m not sure the pc is worth the $899 asking price that Amazon has it for considering all the tweaks that have to be done to it, but at a lower price, this computer may be worth the money. It’s fast, the screen is gorgeous and the battery lasts a decent amount of time. Hopefully this review helps as all the other ones on Amazon did help me.**Update 7/1/13**Well, I must have been premature in my review. There are a few things wrong with this laptop I can’t get over: 1) The fan runs constantly and it gets too hot. I literally start sweating with it on my lap if I’m watching a movie or using something intense like adobe flash player 2) The keyboard is absolutely terrible. The keys stick and aren’t firm enough. Moreover, the flex in the keyboard itself makes it even worse to type. It feels like the engineers at Lenovo only typed on this laptop standing up, because the keyboard is virtually useless on the lap. 3) While the wifi card works, it has to be the lowest end possible. I only get 130mbps while my dell xps 12 gets 300 with ease. The data transfer rate is 10x on the XPS and in order to get those speeds, I have to plug in the Lenovo to a usb-to-ethernet adapter. At first I was willing to accept this issue, but after using the pc in a hotel with weak wifi connections, it wasn’t worth it.The pc is going back to Amazon as we speak. What a shame, because if they fixed the fan and spent a few more $$ on the keyboard/wifi, this pc would sell like hotcakes…Read more 215 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseLapenne5.0 out of 5 starsGreat laptop/ultrabook.February 12, 2013I got this after a real Odyssey searching for a new ultrabook. I owned the Samsung series 9, np900x3c, and my girlfriend has a Macbook Air (MBA), so I can also compare them to the Yoga.At this price, the Yoga is a great product if:- you want a great quality ultrabook (parts are solid and well made and it is not as fragile as the Samsung 9).It is not as light as others but unless you really need an ultraportable (like the Samsung 9) then the Yoga fares well as it weights just 0.3 lbs more than the MBA although it is a little bigger.About the latter, it is sturdier in some sense than both the MBA and Samsung. The MBA actually delivers a good solid feeling (the Series 9 not much so, I felt like you can break it easily, especially the hinges of the screen) but I feel like I could drop the Yoga without having to say goodbye to it. I believe this is in Lenovo spirit, their laptop are renowned to be sturdy and long-lasting.- good quality control (my first the Samsung 9 came with a dead pixel, the second one had a crappy trackpad which selects things at random while you move the cursor and statics from the speakers and audio output!).- a great touchscreen, also in terms of quality of the LCD display (IPS with decent resolution). Notice that touchscreens reduce battery performance. The Samsung 9 has a brighter screen and more battery life, especially compared if you use the screen at the same level of brightness. That was a drawback for the Yoga to me, because I don’t care about the touchscreen. However, overall, considering features and design, quality control, and price (!!) the Yoga wins easily.- a good keyboard. It is not as good as the X1 Carbon, but it definitely beats the MBA (which has a decent keyboard but shallower than the Yoga) and wins hands down the Series 9 (stiff, shallow and noisy).IT IS RELLY A GREAT ULTRABOOK FOR THE PRICE with the competition out there at the moment.You can also upgrade the RAM and SSD easily enough (especially the RAM, it’s trivial).What I would like to see improved in the future, in order of importance, are:- battery life! If you use 80-85% brightness and use it constantly (I mostly browse, type quite a bit — coding for example — and listening to some music) you might even wipe it in just 4 hours. That’s not awesome. The Series 9 would last 1 hour longer. However, the battery is decent, don’t let yourself down because of this. The OS and features drains the battery, the MBA would last 3 hours if it had a touchscreen like this and was running Win 8!- more brightness and bigger screen (the MBA has a slightly bigger screen but worse resolution and quality, that’s for sure).- An even better keyboard, like the X1 Carbon thinkpad (with the nipple please!)- I would prefer a metal case in terms of design. It would make it just awesome.- Back-lit keyboard.NOTE: I don’t use the touchscreen much but the factor forms are really useful. Many times you are in a vehicle, or on the plane, or in a situation where you need to bend the laptop and use it with the screen closer to you, taking up less space and such. It is really useful! I love to use it on the couch and bed as tablet (otherwise a little heavy). Even if you don’t love the touchscreen and would rather have a better battery life and lighter product (like I do), the Yoga still wins to such product like MBA and Samsung 9 because of its features and quality, for that competitive price!Read more 218 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseMoniroth Suon1.0 out of 5 starsGood for 8 months, then the hardware broke. (Terrible Warranty Service)October 28, 2014Verified PurchaseSo I had this laptop for 8 months now. All was well until one of the screw fell out without my knowledge. Since the screw was the one that was placed right near the hinge, the backing right out snapped once I tried to open the cover (probably from the pressure that it puts on the backing). Sent it to Lenovo and they said that its my fault that the screw fell out(like I picked at it with my fingers or something), so their decision was to charge me 250 dollars to fix it. This may be a rare experience, but know that if one part of your computer breaks because some other part Lenovo designed malfunctioned, they will not cover it with the warranty. You’re on your own.Read more 10 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseSee all 267 reviewsWrite a customer review Pages with related products. See and discover other items: lenovo yoga, 2 in 1 ultrabook, lenovo ideapad, lenovo ideapads There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Shipping and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. > Get started Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations › View or edit your browsing history After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. 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