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Lenovo Yoga 300 11 Andrei Girbea Rating: 3 out of 5

Lenovo Yoga 300 11 (Flex 3 11) review – an affordable 11-inch hybrid

5 Comments

  1. Rejith.T.R

    September 6, 2016 at 4:25 am

    I was confused whether or not to buy lenovo yoga 300.Ive been reading all the reviews about it for last few days.Reading this article,has definitely cleared that doubts I had in my mind,about lenovo yoga 300.Definitely the best and complete review i could find.Really liked the section where you included the competitors names.Helped me compare other similar options too.Thank you,mate.

  2. Florencia

    April 4, 2017 at 11:07 pm

    I was unfortunate and on a budget enough to buy this awful notebook. I hate it. It`s slow as hell, when you try to do two things at the time, like… open Chrome and close Excel it takes ages, when it doesn`t black out at all. Lot`s a preinstalled things that pop up all the time. Tricky mouse pad. Screen blinks. I don`t know why did they released this to the market. I hate it.

    • Emillia Gustav Schneider

      June 8, 2017 at 9:22 am

      This laptop actually has a bug, you have to update your windows 10 first to the latest version then itll run smooth, and before that you need to uninstall realtek hd driver first, its buggy with realtek HD, i removed that first then i go update the windows, then it works flawless, i dont have any problems whatsoever. the realtek hd driver will work smooth without bug after you did an update of the windows 10! i actually love this laptop! good screen color, i can play some games like bit demanding one , driver san fransisco smoothly, cod MW 3 on 720p with some lil lag on lil part on max settings but smooth if u turn off the shadows. Its a nice laptop, i got the 4GB RAM and 500GB HDD version one.

      • marina

        September 18, 2017 at 1:33 pm

        Hello! I'm considering purchasing the same one as you did… Have you ever used it for multimedia conversion? (as in, running handbrake or any other similar software) I run this kind of software frequentely, and was wondering how slow it may be…Thank you very much for your answer!

  3. Andrew Genders

    May 20, 2018 at 9:23 am

    Hi there,
    I am a 66 year old "no hoper" with this stuff but am a qualified engineer so I have a pretty good way of swimming to a pretty logical outcome to a problem given good information to work with – which on reading through your wonderful informative and educational web site I have a much finer grasp here of what I think I need. I need a small light weight unit for travel overseas as my ACER Aspire Timeline X is a real brick to take. Our needs are basic – keep track of e-mails, a bit of google and pay a few bills etc. My deduction is 1. DELL Inspiron 2. ASUS transformer 3.LENOVO 4. HP Stream 5. ACER Aspire R11.
    Hope I got this sort of right – I felt like I was on the Great Ocean Road on my Ducati blind folded before I read your informative collection of information.
    Cheers,
    Andrew
    Hope I got it right

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