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Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB As long as you don't plan to use this laptop for continuous demanding loads, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is one of the best premium convertibles in its niche. The big battery, excellent keyboard/trackpad, larger 13.9" screen and splendid build quality are its main selling points, but the the speakers or the everyday use performance are not far off. Just keep in mind this computer is a little bigger than others in its class, runs rather warm despite the fact that the fans inside spin all the time, and lacks a digitizer and Thunderbolt 3 port. Read on for the whole story. Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB As long as you don't plan to use this laptop for continuous demanding loads, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is one of the best premium convertibles in its niche. The big battery, excellent keyboard/trackpad, larger 13.9" screen and splendid build quality are its main selling points, but the the speakers or the everyday use performance are not far off. Just keep in mind this computer is a little bigger than others in its class, runs rather warm despite the fact that the fans inside spin all the time, and lacks a digitizer and Thunderbolt 3 port. Read on for the whole story. Andrei Girbea 4 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/lenovo-yoga-910-main.jpg Andrei Girbea 4 5

Lenovo Yoga 910-13IKB review – one of the best 2-in-1 ultraportables out there

2 Comments

  1. Frank Hill

    September 9, 2018 at 9:15 am

    Love my Lenovo 910. But would like to connect it to my 27" monitor for larger display while working in my office. What do I need to do to get that to work.

    • Andrei Girbea

      September 10, 2018 at 1:05 pm

      What's the resolution of that monitor? Normally you'd need an USB-C to HDMI adapter and then hook the monitor with an HDMI cable (search for USB-C to HDMI adapter on amazon and pick something with good VERFIED reviews), but if it's high-res you might only get it to work at 30 Hz.

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