Lenovo Yoga 710-11 2 in 1 Laptop £349.99 at Lenovo
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Lenovo Yoga 710-11 2 in 1 Laptop £349.99 at Lenovo

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Found 1st Sep 2017
Lenovo are selling the Yoga 700-11 2-in-1 laptop for only £349.99.

Specifications:-

Processor - Intel Core m3-7Y30 Processor ( 1.00MHz MHz 4MB )
Operating System - Windows 10 Home 64
Display Type - 11.6"FHD LED Backlit Multitouch 1920x1080
Memory - 8.0GB LPDDR3-1866 LPDDR3 1866MHz
Hard Drive - 128GB SSD M.2
Warranty - One year Depot or Carry-in
Graphics - Intel HD Graphics 615
Battery - 4 Cell Li-Polymer
Wireless - Lenovo AC Wireless (2x2)

Seems a good deal to me as this is a lot more at John Lewis and Currys.

I've ordered one only thing it's missing is an SD card reader.


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Super lightweight as well at 1.1kg.

Review: pcmag.com/rev…-11

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Hot, on John Lewis this is 499 and only has 4GB of RAM, this has 8GB. Thanks OP.
Only one USB port. No ta! (specs say three in total but the pics have only one, and I've confirmed it with Lenovo themselves in chat).
Marko7335 m ago

Only one USB port. No ta! (specs say three in total but the pics have only …Only one USB port. No ta! (specs say three in total but the pics have only one, and I've confirmed it with Lenovo themselves in chat).


yup... guess you could use a hub... but that wouldnt be much fun...
This is a great price for an excellent ultraportable. Good screen, good battery life, very lightweight (1.1kg) etc.
Marko7344 m ago

Only one USB port. No ta! (specs say three in total but the pics have only …Only one USB port. No ta! (specs say three in total but the pics have only one, and I've confirmed it with Lenovo themselves in chat).


Its sides are so skinny there's precious little space for any more. If it's a problem, a small usb hub will help. Generally positive reviews. Looks great value for money if you are happy with the screen size.
so this doesnt have usb type c for power?
This is a decent deal for an m3, full hd laptop. Tempted...

These would be my perfect specs for a Chromebook at the price
Topcashback also, however not 10% (yoga book is a e-reader) more the 3% offer
Superhot
£62.40 to extend the warranty to 3 years.
Any idea what Lenovo are like for warranty issues? Would rather purchase from John Lewis if they had the same spec at the same price.
Decent price, though currently out of stock.
Eez118 m ago

This is a decent deal for an m3, full hd laptop. Tempted...These would be …This is a decent deal for an m3, full hd laptop. Tempted...These would be my perfect specs for a Chromebook at the price


Can you not install Chrome OS onto it? I'm not sure as I've never tried but I thought that was possible with normal x86 machines.
MBeeching10 m ago

Decent price, though currently out of stock.


That's probably just as well as I was on the way to buy another laptop I don't need. My Surface 3 just started misbehaving and I've had enough of Microsoft's useless customer service and poor quality control (apparently it's ok for Surface Books to have a slight bend in them).
Jimmyboy24 m ago

£62.40 to extend the warranty to 3 years.Any idea what Lenovo are like for …£62.40 to extend the warranty to 3 years.Any idea what Lenovo are like for warranty issues? Would rather purchase from John Lewis if they had the same spec at the same price.


I said elsewhere on a Lenovo laptop deal that I would never buy from them again.

My laptop is great and I really like it, however you better hope nothing goes wrong with it as in my experience with the paid-for warranty, you might as well use it as toilet paper. At least you'd get some use from it then.

Long story short - key broke off my otherwise pristine laptop after 6 months. Sent it to Lenovo, it was judged to be my fault and rather than replace the key they wanted £90 for a new keyboard. Promptly told them to f*** themselves and send it back to me, which they did. Bought a key from a third party myself for £7 and put it on. Was without laptop for over a month.
Showing "A few in stock" for me.
These laptops are great... we got 4 in the family! Ideal size for casual use and travel, and very fast thanks to the SSD.
Out of stock
Got my i5 version for 80 quid more. Totally worth waiting for the right deal. This one is a lot of money for a M3 CPU and a SSD that will be filled pretty damn quickly.

It's really bizarre, from the pictures it does appear to only have one USB. I have the Lenovo Yoga 700 and it looks pretty much identical spec wise and looks wise and it does have 3 USB ports (one which doubles as the power socket). I wonder if they have used the specs from the 700.

TBH I thought the 700 and 710 were the same machine but for different markets.
djbenny138 m ago

I said elsewhere on a Lenovo laptop deal that I would never buy from them …I said elsewhere on a Lenovo laptop deal that I would never buy from them again.My laptop is great and I really like it, however you better hope nothing goes wrong with it as in my experience with the paid-for warranty, you might as well use it as toilet paper. At least you'd get some use from it then.Long story short - key broke off my otherwise pristine laptop after 6 months. Sent it to Lenovo, it was judged to be my fault and rather than replace the key they wanted £90 for a new keyboard. Promptly told them to f*** themselves and send it back to me, which they did. Bought a key from a third party myself for £7 and put it on. Was without laptop for over a month.



A key falls off and you think it falls within the manufacturer's warranty?
Surely that's general wear and tear hence why you were quoted said figure.
If it was a defect with the machine then emails or written letters to head office may have sorted your problem as they may have done it out of goodwill.

Buying a single key off eBay would have been my first port of call.
K1LLER_HORNET14 m ago

A key falls off and you think it falls within the manufacturer's …A key falls off and you think it falls within the manufacturer's warranty?Surely that's general wear and tear hence why you were quoted said figure.If it was a defect with the machine then emails or written letters to head office may have sorted your problem as they may have done it out of goodwill. Buying a single key off eBay would have been my first port of call.


Having a key fall off a laptop within year one would have me questioning the build quality too. I look after my belongings, maybe if I didn't I would expect failing keys to be acceptable too.
UK seems too easily fobbed off regarding warranty issues, more so with SoGA /Consumer Act.
gary33315 m ago

It's really bizarre, from the pictures it does appear to only have one …It's really bizarre, from the pictures it does appear to only have one USB. I have the Lenovo Yoga 700 and it looks pretty much identical spec wise and looks wise and it does have 3 USB ports (one which doubles as the power socket). I wonder if they have used the specs from the 700.TBH I thought the 700 and 710 were the same machine but for different markets.




There is a Yoga 710 14" and 11", maybe you have the 14"?
Edited by: "Horrorwood" 1st Sep 2017
damadgeruk2 m ago

Having a key fall off a laptop within year one would have me questioning …Having a key fall off a laptop within year one would have me questioning the build quality too. I look after my belongings, maybe if I didn't I would expect failing keys to be acceptable too.UK seems too easily fobbed off regarding warranty issues, more so with SoGA /Consumer Act.




I highly doubt a key would just fall off though?
gary33317 m ago

It's really bizarre, from the pictures it does appear to only have one …It's really bizarre, from the pictures it does appear to only have one USB. I have the Lenovo Yoga 700 and it looks pretty much identical spec wise and looks wise and it does have 3 USB ports (one which doubles as the power socket). I wonder if they have used the specs from the 700.TBH I thought the 700 and 710 were the same machine but for different markets.


I think you need to see them in the flesh, if I'm not mistaken (because Lenovo have a useless numbering scheme, well it's more complex than it needs to be), the Yoga 700 is nicely built but all plastic. The Yoga 710 is all metal and feels like a really premium bit of kit, beautiful design - I looked at one in John Lewis and decided I could really do with one but the thing that I am really against is these Clickpads without separate buttons - the only company that does them properly is Apple (MS Surface Type Cover 4 are quite good too) but I am sick of bad touchpads doing all kinds of gestures I never intended and most likely highlighting all my text before deleting it. I am not sure I could live with one of the Lenovo ones without trying it for an extended amount of time and by then it might not be possible to return - if you've ever dealt with that monstrosity on the ThinkPad X240/T440 range then you'll know what I mean.
K1LLER_HORNET19 m ago

A key falls off and you think it falls within the manufacturer's …A key falls off and you think it falls within the manufacturer's warranty?Surely that's general wear and tear hence why you were quoted said figure.If it was a defect with the machine then emails or written letters to head office may have sorted your problem as they may have done it out of goodwill. Buying a single key off eBay would have been my first port of call.


How much do you use your laptop? Are you on it every day all day? If a key falls off after 6 months from average use then I would say that is not normal wear and tear. It's bad enough having to replace technology after 3 yrs or so because it starts to slow down without needing to replace keyboards after 6 months!
Out of stock now, are 128gb ssd well able to run microsoft office without any storage issues?
Horrorwood6 m ago

There is a Yoga 710 14" and 11", maybe you have the 14"?


The older 700 is a completely different design I think, I have one and it has two USB and a power port that can double up as a USB, it's also plastic outer casing. Still a good machine. I think the 710 has a metal case that's much more deserving of that price tag. I may be getting confused as I said before - they have so many different Yoga models and then Yoga Thinkpads on top of that too.
gormley902 m ago

Out of stock now, are 128gb ssd well able to run microsoft office without …Out of stock now, are 128gb ssd well able to run microsoft office without any storage issues?


Yes, I was using a Lenovo Ideapad 100S for a while - it only had 32GB eMMC and that was with the full Office Suite installed.
plewis006 m ago

The older 700 is a completely different design I think, I have one and it …The older 700 is a completely different design I think, I have one and it has two USB and a power port that can double up as a USB, it's also plastic outer casing. Still a good machine. I think the 710 has a metal case that's much more deserving of that price tag. I may be getting confused as I said before - they have so many different Yoga models and then Yoga Thinkpads on top of that too.


Sorry I edited my post from 700 to 710. The 710 is indeed completely different to the 700.
Eez11 h, 49 m ago

This is a decent deal for an m3, full hd laptop. Tempted...These would be …This is a decent deal for an m3, full hd laptop. Tempted...These would be my perfect specs for a Chromebook at the price


i'm hearing that... i freaking love chromebooks! this would be great portable kit, but once you've had the luxury of not faffing with windows it's so hard to go back!
plewis001 h, 38 m ago

Can you not install Chrome OS onto it? I'm not sure as I've never tried …Can you not install Chrome OS onto it? I'm not sure as I've never tried but I thought that was possible with normal x86 machines.


not the official chromeOS but you could probably do chromium if you were relatively technical.. or, if it's supported neverware which is much easier to do *but* sometimes lags newer hardware. but, if it doesn't go smoothly then there's the whole irony that you're potentially faffing about drivers and settings... and you'll wonder why you didn't stick with windows or just buy a geniune chromebook
LuKeNuKuM2 m ago

not the official chromeOS but you could probably do chromium if you were …not the official chromeOS but you could probably do chromium if you were relatively technical.. or, if it's supported neverware which is much easier to do *but* sometimes lags newer hardware. but, if it doesn't go smoothly then there's the whole irony that you're potentially faffing about drivers and settings... and you'll wonder why you didn't stick with windows or just buy a geniune chromebook


Yes, you're quite right, I thought it was open-source and supported by Google themselves but was wrong. I think Chromium and Chrome OS support the normal kind of hardware, usually the biggest issues are graphics drivers (which tend to be the Intel built-in ones on these small machines). You're probably right anyway, it's just easier to buy an actual Chromebook.
wong_go_wild49 m ago

Got my i5 version for 80 quid more. Totally worth waiting for the right …Got my i5 version for 80 quid more. Totally worth waiting for the right deal. This one is a lot of money for a M3 CPU and a SSD that will be filled pretty damn quickly.


I'm not sure it is - the i5 version is basically the same silicon as the m3 and really should be called an 'm5' but Intel decided on this odd naming structure where the 4.5W TDP i3 is called an m3 but the same i5 is not called an m5. Other than a higher Turbo Boost, the i5/m5 is very similar to the m3 - it's not like these things are running at maximum frequency all the time. 128GB SSD is plenty for most users.
plewis006 m ago

Yes, you're quite right, I thought it was open-source and supported by …Yes, you're quite right, I thought it was open-source and supported by Google themselves but was wrong. I think Chromium and Chrome OS support the normal kind of hardware, usually the biggest issues are graphics drivers (which tend to be the Intel built-in ones on these small machines). You're probably right anyway, it's just easier to buy an actual Chromebook.


yeah, the graphics drivers can be problematic. i had a problem with a trackpad on laptop i was trying to 'chrome-up' never got the bottom of it. this Lenovo isn't on the neverware supported list yet, tends to be useful for giving older hardware a lease of life... perhaps in time.
LuKeNuKuM8 m ago

yeah, the graphics drivers can be problematic. i had a problem with a …yeah, the graphics drivers can be problematic. i had a problem with a trackpad on laptop i was trying to 'chrome-up' never got the bottom of it. this Lenovo isn't on the neverware supported list yet, tends to be useful for giving older hardware a lease of life... perhaps in time.


With the cost of some of these Chromebooks I think I'll just buy one if I need. I got a CB3-431 with Full HD display for £100 the other day (it was a one off before anyone asks) but I was stunned at how quick it was. It's just the idea of going fully Chrome OS I have a few concerns about, mostly needing constant connectivity for even productivity work (using Office Online) and that means finding WiFi that works (my local Starbucks WiFi is terrible in the last couple of weeks) or using hotspot on a phone, I am burning through much data than I ever have.
Edited by: "plewis00" 1st Sep 2017
K1LLER_HORNET1 h, 12 m ago

A key falls off and you think it falls within the manufacturer's …A key falls off and you think it falls within the manufacturer's warranty?Surely that's general wear and tear hence why you were quoted said figure.If it was a defect with the machine then emails or written letters to head office may have sorted your problem as they may have done it out of goodwill. Buying a single key off eBay would have been my first port of call.



Wear and tear? Are you kidding? A 6 month old laptop with a RRP of £700 odd??? As I also mentioned the laptop was also pristine apart from this broken key.

Give me a break.

Yea, buying it would have been my first port of call but their warranty says they will turn your laptop around in something like a week and given the fact I'd paid extra for it I wanted to use it. Duh me, right?
Out of stock now 😓
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