Lenovo Yoga 710, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB Solid State Drive, Convertible Notebook £679.99 @ Costco online
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Lenovo Yoga 710, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB Solid State Drive, Convertible Notebook £679.99 @ Costco online

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Found 10th Oct
Pre-loaded with Windows 10 Home 64, Intel Core i5-7200U processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB solid state drive.

Free delivery and 2 years warranty.

Go more places, get more done.

The Lenovo Yoga 710 14” is the ultra-adaptable 2-in-1 laptop that transitions as your day does - from morning to night, from home to work, and beyond. It’s thin and light, so you’ll hardly notice you’re carrying it. When you’re ready to get things done, it puts power and versatility at your fingertips.

Stunningly Thin

Whether in a backpack, laptop sleeve or in your hand, the Yoga 710 is thin and easy to keep with you. At just 17.3 mm, you can keep your laptop close without sacrificing space.

Shockingly Light

The Yoga 710 is not only thin but delightfully light. At just 1.6 kg, you can rest assured that this powerful laptop won’t weigh you down.

Get More Done

Prepare for your day while you commute, catch up on your favourite show in the comfort of your favourite chair, and so much more. The Yoga 710 gives you the power to do it all anytime, anywhere.

Windows 10 for Ease of Use

Combining the best of Windows you already know, Windows 10 has many great improvements you’ll love. From fast start-ups to the expanded Start menu, and an all-new browser, to Cortana—your very own digital personal assistant. Now, even across multiple devices, you can get more things done, more quickly, more smoothly.

Enjoy Increased Speed & Durability with SSD Storage

Yoga 710’s 256GB SSD storage lets your system boot up faster, launch and run apps faster, and transfer files faster. Additionally, SSD storage features no spinning parts, so not only is it virtually silent but also more durable, which means you can rest assured your laptop can survive accidents.

Be Heard Loud & Clear

Yoga 710 is perfect for VoIP calls and video chatting. Featuring dual array microphones with noise cancellation, you can enjoy crystal clear audio for uninterrupted calls.

Never Miss a Beat

The Yoga 710 features a precision touchpad that is almost as good as a mouse. The silky smooth surface makes it easy to drag, drop or move objects on screen, and it can be adjusted to respond to the lightest tap or the firmest click.

Ample Battery Life & USB Always-On Charging

Perfect for all-day use, Yoga 710 not only has up to 8 hours of battery life but also USB always-on charging, so you can keep all of your tech devices going. Whether charging smartphones, tablets or e-readers, even when your Yoga 710 is powered off, you can keep moving without slowing down your day.

19 Comments

Fidged spiner

£671.98 in store at Watford yesterday. Any thoughts on the deal?

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yimpster8 h, 7 m ago

£671.98 in store at Watford yesterday. Any thoughts on the deal?

For the specs, I couldn't find anything cheaper. Or is there a better deal out there?

Not a better price that I’ve found. Looks pretty good spec wise too. My daughter is looking for a 2 in 1 for school and wants something slim, touch, lightweight and well built. This looks to tick all the boxes in under £800.

This is a really good, blistering 2 in one device at a great price.

I bought 2 of these for £750 each 2 years ago. It is still a great laptop with great specs.

I Installed Android via an app for when using it in tablet mode - reverts to windows 10 when using as laptop.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 18th Oct

Good bit of kit; laptop-wise the ground is a bit thin on deals for FHD, 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM.
Tesco have this for £600
tesco.com/dir…prd
but warranty and make are much better with the Yoga.

I purchased 2 of these last week for my kids (671.00 in store) and they are excellent. They have pci M2 SSD drives which means means your machines boot up instantly. The displays are really good and battery life if phenomenal. You miss on the type-c connectors and fingerprint scanner with this model of yoga but you still get the 7th generation intel i5 processor. I'm very impressed with them

be strong and wait for Black Friday. I picked up a YOGA 900, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD for £699 from John Lewis last year and that also came with 2 years warranty. It isn't a brag post, just worth waiting a few weeks that's all!

Musicrab31 m ago

Good bit of kit; laptop-wise the ground is a bit thin on deals for FHD, …Good bit of kit; laptop-wise the ground is a bit thin on deals for FHD, 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM.Tesco have this for £600https://www.tesco.com/direct/acer-aspire-5-a515-51-156-inch-windows-10-i7-laptop-8gb-256gb-ssd-black/765-2186.prdbut warranty and make are much better with the Yoga.


If you mean Costco warranty (of which I have no idea) then OK, but if you're referring to Lenovo's warranty, then I wouldn't bet on it if my experience is anything to go by.

I've often seen Costco deals but there isn't one by us so we never looked - I assume I need to be a member in order to purchase this? Thanks and apologies for the stupid question

gazg44 m ago

I've often seen Costco deals but there isn't one by us so we never looked …I've often seen Costco deals but there isn't one by us so we never looked - I assume I need to be a member in order to purchase this? Thanks and apologies for the stupid question


Yes you do need to be a member. Its around £40 a year for an individual membership and slightly less for a trade account membership i believe.

I managed to pickup one for £479 that was open box earlier this year. It is a great piece of kit. But the shell is really easily scratched and marked. The screen is very shiny so quite reflective. This laptop needs a folio case and a mat screen protector. Otherwise it is excellent.
Edited by: "wong_go_wild" 18th Oct

gazg8 h, 21 m ago

I assume I need to be a member in order to purchase this? Thanks and …I assume I need to be a member in order to purchase this? Thanks and apologies for the stupid question


No, you don't need to be a member to purchase online, but there are extra charges at checkout. In this case, add £15 to purchase an annual subscription. So the total payable will be £694.99.

Not a stupid question at all.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 18th Oct

Thanks! Wait for black Friday or buy now... Always the thing. Always a better deal around the corner. Bah

yimpster12th Oct

Not a better price that I’ve found. Looks pretty good spec wise too. My d …Not a better price that I’ve found. Looks pretty good spec wise too. My daughter is looking for a 2 in 1 for school and wants something slim, touch, lightweight and well built. This looks to tick all the boxes in under £800.


Worth looking at Dell outlet (most refurbished )for the 2 in 1 machines

Was looking at the dell outlet and even went into curry’s staples corner to look around and get some hands on. Actually didn’t go for a deal but decided to go for the Lenovo 720 at John Lewis for £999 plus £65 for 2 year warranty.

johnlewis.com/len…195

I’ll keep a look out for price drops in November or a better deal on another model that we liked.

I figured at these prices it’s an investment in her education over the next 5-10years if it’s looked after. So opted for size, spec build quality over actual price.
Edited by: "yimpster" 20th Oct

Accidentally clicked downvote, sorry.

phishwak7 h, 30 m ago

Accidentally clicked downvote, sorry.


Lol don’t worry. Thanks for coming clean

veridion18th Oct

I purchased 2 of these last week for my kids (671.00 in store) and they …I purchased 2 of these last week for my kids (671.00 in store) and they are excellent. They have pci M2 SSD drives which means means your machines boot up instantly. The displays are really good and battery life if phenomenal. You miss on the type-c connectors and fingerprint scanner with this model of yoga but you still get the 7th generation intel i5 processor. I'm very impressed with them


Could you tell me the model number for this please?

Also, do you know if it is pen compatible please? (You can find this from control panel, small icons, system. The window will then say something about the touchscreen, but does it also make reference to being pen compatible?)

Thanks

Ben
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