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yoga 2 13.3 , full hd ips screen, 8 hours battery £ 399 @ John Lewis
yoga 2 13.3  , full hd ips screen, 8 hours battery £ 399 @ John Lewis

yoga 2 13.3 , full hd ips screen, 8 hours battery £ 399 @ John Lewis

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i3, 4 GB ram, 500 GB
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Was still cheaper with the VAT back deal earlier last month even tho stock was in short supply.

Cold from me n I want one!

This is a great bargain for those willing to upgrade it themselves to more memory and 2.5" SSD.

Adrian7

This is a great bargain for those willing to upgrade it themselves to … This is a great bargain for those willing to upgrade it themselves to more memory and 2.5" SSD.


I believe the memory is soldered on this model so no upgrade; if my own memory serves me well.

Agharta

I believe the memory is soldered on this model so no upgrade; if my own … I believe the memory is soldered on this model so no upgrade; if my own memory serves me well.



I think you're right, strange that the review says it is "upgradeable" - I guess the Flex is the one with the slot.

notebookcheck.net/Len…tml

"... At least the device can be upgraded by the user."

Some images of the internals on this page:

forums.lenovo.com/t5/…/18

I believe to change the hd in one of these is a complicated job

Oh just seen the pictures looks easy enough!

Changing the HDD is a problem, as it's not a standard size or connector.
However, adding a SSD to the M.2 slot should be be easy enough.

If you are looking for a convertible that's bigger than 10", with a reasonable processor, and a full-hd screen, there isn't really anything else for close to this price.

Edited by: "big_mac" 4th Jan 2015

Ordered, thanks, great value for the money

Original Poster

WILL BE EXPIRING ON 19 JAN 2015...... GREAT LAPPY, ITS i3 BUT RUNNING AT 1.9 ghz

Is it just me who doesn't get the point of these?

jaydeeuk1

Is it just me who doesn't get the point of these?



Its an i3 Laptop for 400 quid. Whats not to understand?

I wanted a screen bigger than a tablet but not a big heavy 15.6 laptop so this fits perfectly, portable too and the second hard drive slot is handy

this or £340 more for a 64GB Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and keyboard? Or this AND an iPad Air, in preference to the Surface?

Edited by: "Broadsands" 11th Jan 2015

eddibabyyeah

Its an i3 Laptop for 400 quid. Whats not to understand?



You can get i5 laptops for this price. Why would you want a keyboard that partially folds round? Pointless

Broadsands

this or £340 more for a 64GB Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and keyboard? Or … this or £340 more for a 64GB Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and keyboard? Or this AND an iPad Air, in preference to the Surface?



Surface is a great bit of kit but it is at the premium end. The type keyboard is fantastic

what i3 processor does it have? i have another lenovo model (not yoga) for wife and i3 processor in it is appalling

jaydeeuk1

You can get i5 laptops for this price. Why would you want a keyboard that … You can get i5 laptops for this price. Why would you want a keyboard that partially folds round? Pointless



I understand what you mean if thats all you want. I guess you can get an i5 for that. I have the yoga2 11 model. For me its perfect. I travel a lot and spend lots of time on trains and in hotels. I find the folding keyboard useful for watching films. I occasionally use it in this mode when I am working on a document on a external monitor and use the touch screen to browse the internet for research.

socialmammal

what i3 processor does it have? i have another lenovo model (not yoga) … what i3 processor does it have? i have another lenovo model (not yoga) for wife and i3 processor in it is appalling



i3-4030U

jaydeeuk1

You can get i5 laptops for this price. Why would you want a keyboard that … You can get i5 laptops for this price. Why would you want a keyboard that partially folds round? Pointless



It fully folds so it is flat and can be used as a tablet.

Seems like a great deal to me, for an ultrabook with that quality of screen, 500gb, i3, backlit keyboard, 1.6kg weight...let alone the flexibility.

Is there anything else for £400 at this weight/screen/performance price point?

We had one from John Lewis that had i7, 8Gb RAM and 128Gb SSD. what an outstanding machine!

It cost over £700 though.

So this looks a good machine, if you can be bothered to swap the disk to SSD.

13" is a great size, fine for everyday and portable. Be nice if it was i5 but really that is expecting too too much at this price, cheap i5 4th gen start at £350..

Ordered one for me and a family member.

Simply lovely and it does indeed have the keyboard backlight.

Very accomplished piece of kit, unfortunately one has a slightly unaligned hinge, so that is going back for replacement.

V6ALFISTI

Ordered one for me and a family member.Simply lovely and it does indeed … Ordered one for me and a family member.Simply lovely and it does indeed have the keyboard backlight.Very accomplished piece of kit, unfortunately one has a slightly unaligned hinge, so that is going back for replacement.



How loud is the fan on this thing? I hear it can get a bit noisy with intensive tasks.

Also, how snappy is it? The non SSD and only 4GB of RAM is the only reason I haven't bought yet.

damn, gone up to 450 now

Ive not heard the fan yet and have copied a lot of data on to it etc. Ive now installed an ssd in the second bay and switched windows to that but it already seemed quick enough to me - about par for an i3 I reckon

I can't recall hearing the fan... Good sign

As quick as my work I5 but haven't particularly stressed it.

It has a 8gb ssd as well as base drive, or so the box says

Messiah

damn, gone up to 450 now



Uh oh snooze you lose?! The current HP deals on here are good alternatives though

sadsacdeals

Uh oh snooze you lose?! The current HP deals on here are good … Uh oh snooze you lose?! The current HP deals on here are good alternatives though



Yeah, I know Final question, how's the trackpad? That's the main thing you use really, want that to be good. Might have to spend that extra fifty quid now

Messiah

Yeah, I know Final question, how's the trackpad? That's the main thing … Yeah, I know Final question, how's the trackpad? That's the main thing you use really, want that to be good. Might have to spend that extra fifty quid now



I find the trackpad fine but im not fussy and dont know your definition of 'good'. I sometimes have a little difficulty with two finger scrolling on it but have only had it a week. TBH I'd trust reviewers who test hundreds of laptops over just my opinion

Messiah

Yeah, I know Final question, how's the trackpad? That's the main thing … Yeah, I know Final question, how's the trackpad? That's the main thing you use really, want that to be good. Might have to spend that extra fifty quid now



sadsacdeals

I find the trackpad fine but im not fussy and dont know your definition … I find the trackpad fine but im not fussy and dont know your definition of 'good'. I sometimes have a little difficulty with two finger scrolling on it but have only had it a week. TBH I'd trust reviewers who test hundreds of laptops over just my opinion



Agreed it is perfectly fine, in contrast I have a work Lenovo Thinkpad X240 which has the devil's own trackpad.

Anyone not happy with their purchase? Lol

Messiah

Anyone not happy with their purchase? Lol



Seemingly not!

I have been using it for a little while and perfectly happy with it for the cash.

Size/weight is perfect, screen is lovely, nice keyboard (backlit), touchpad is far better than the Lenovo X240 I use for work. It feels special and for something costing £400 that makes it stand out.

Only niggles I can see are
- no easily removable battery (behind the back cover, presumably an easy-ish replacement) and it certainly doesn't last 8 hours! nearer 3
- the wifi performance is variable, seemingly these use a pretty average wifi/Bluetooth card and many people upgrade to the intel equiv for £20-30
- the build quality is generally high but the QC poor (get a good one and your fine!). I swapped out 2 of these as the first two had poorly fitted/bent hinges and the screen didn't sit evenly on the hinges. JL customer service was surprisingly poor but they relented eventually and I now have the laptop the way it was intended to be delivered to a customer! The boxes were delivered in perfect condition so not a transit issue, just QC before the laptop is stuck in a box and taped up.

Edited by: "V6ALFISTI" 10th Feb 2015

V6ALFISTI

Seemingly not!I have been using it for a little while and perfectly happy … Seemingly not!I have been using it for a little while and perfectly happy with it for the cash.Size/weight is perfect, screen is lovely, nice keyboard (backlit), touchpad is far better than the Lenovo X240 I use for work. It feels special and for something costing £400 that makes it stand out.Only niggles I can see are - no easily removable battery (behind the back cover, presumably an easy-ish replacement) and it certainly doesn't last 8 hours! nearer 3 - the wifi performance is variable, seemingly these use a pretty average wifi/Bluetooth card and many people upgrade to the intel equiv for £20-30- the build quality is generally high but the QC poor (get a good one and your fine!). I swapped out 2 of these as the first two had poorly fitted/bent hinges and the screen didn't sit evenly on the hinges. JL customer service was surprisingly poor but they relented eventually and I now have the laptop the way it was intended to be delivered to a customer! The boxes were delivered in perfect condition so not a transit issue, just QC before the laptop is stuck in a box and taped up.



I ended up getting the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga for an amazing price on eBay thank God, so no more tears for me
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