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Lenovo Yoga C930 2 in 1 (Core i5 / 8GB / 256GB SSD) £749.99 Delivered using code @ Lenovo
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Lenovo Yoga C930 2 in 1 (Core i5 / 8GB / 256GB SSD) £749.99 Delivered using code @ Lenovo

£749.99£859.9913%Lenovo UK Deals
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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Just over £100 off the next best price when using the attached code. Part of the black friday Lenovo promotion which will be ending soon.

Use the code 'LASTCHANCE' at checkout to get the reduced price.


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The Lenovo YOGA C930 13.9" Intel® Core™ i5 2 in 1 is part of our Achieve range, which has the latest tech to help you develop your ideas and work at your best. It's great for editing complex documents, business use, editing photos, and anything else you do throughout the day.

Versatile 2 in 1


The Lenovo YOGA C930 gives you both a laptop and a tablet in one handy device. With an 8th gen Intel® processor it's got the power to handle complex software and creative programs. So when you've finished editing your latest video in laptop mode, flip to tablet mode and show it to your friends and colleagues.

4K Ultra HD display


With a 4K Ultra HD display, the YOGA C930 makes sure all your favourite entertainment looks great. See every detail in your favourite photos, and marvel at the cinematics of the latest blockbuster. And when you're working on a project you'll see every presentation slide and spreadsheet page as clearly as can be.

Dolby Atmos sound


Your Lenovo YOGA C930 is no slouch in the sound department either. Dolby Atmos creates a surround sound effect so you can get properly immersed into movies, music and games. Whether you're listening through the speakers or popping on your heaphones, you'll always get a great experience.
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6 Comments
Can you upgrade the RAM?
Is this a 4k screen?
It's not 4k and you can't upgrade the RAM.
I would advise to thing twice before buying a lenovo product. I bought a 730 which turns out has a design fault. I also bought the 5 business day on-site warranty. Well, Lenovo support say they only need to deal with the inside part of the laptop like memory, cpu, etc. They replied to the email 9 days after I wrote it, all this while I had a 5 business day extra warranty. They admitted there is a manufacturing fault and they sent out extra hinges and a technician was supposed to contact me to arrange an onsite repair. That never happened. I asked to escalate the issue, I was given an email address where I can complain. Obviously nobody replies to the emails. Their support person is at such a low level of intelligence that I needed to repeat 5 times what I wanted while he seriously lacked training. So as a piece of advise: stay away.
The laptop is sold by Digital river Ireland which are not a lot better. When contacting them, it took me 4-5 emails to explain that there is a design fault and they as a seller are responsible. Now we are at the "we contacted our back office and waiting for an answer but we do not know how long it will take". It seems like my next step is my credit provider...
dante200002/12/2019 20:33

I would advise to thing twice before buying a lenovo product. I bought a …I would advise to thing twice before buying a lenovo product. I bought a 730 which turns out has a design fault. I also bought the 5 business day on-site warranty. Well, Lenovo support say they only need to deal with the inside part of the laptop like memory, cpu, etc. They replied to the email 9 days after I wrote it, all this while I had a 5 business day extra warranty. They admitted there is a manufacturing fault and they sent out extra hinges and a technician was supposed to contact me to arrange an onsite repair. That never happened. I asked to escalate the issue, I was given an email address where I can complain. Obviously nobody replies to the emails. Their support person is at such a low level of intelligence that I needed to repeat 5 times what I wanted while he seriously lacked training. So as a piece of advise: stay away.The laptop is sold by Digital river Ireland which are not a lot better. When contacting them, it took me 4-5 emails to explain that there is a design fault and they as a seller are responsible. Now we are at the "we contacted our back office and waiting for an answer but we do not know how long it will take". It seems like my next step is my credit provider...


Very useful info and a very poor service from lenovo....
Your last chance to spend £750
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