Yoga 920 Review – One Big Problem!

Dave2D review of the new Lenovo Yoga 920. This is the best laptop from Lenovo for 2 in 1 users with Quad Core CPU!
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The Lenovo Yoga 920 is one of the best pickups for people looking for a light 2-in-1 device. A great device for people looking to take full advantage of both the tablet and laptop mode. Built with a nearly edgeless 4K display for media consumption and drawing space with their Active Pen 2. 360-degree sounds with Dolby Atmos through headphones. 8th Gen Intel Kaby Lake R processors designed for multitasking. And instant login with a fingerprint reader using Windows Hello.

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MatthewFX says:

The problem with this laptop is that 2 years down the line, the ribbon cable wears out from all the bending and you’re stuck with no screen

Bad Drivers says:

useful review

Rockce 9Net says:

i use my laptop as heater & sometime doing barbecue…

Lyme Z ombie says:

I have the Lenovo Flex 4, same problem. My DH thought I was just wimping out, when mentioning it. I bought a silicone wrist rest (that surrounds the touch pad), cut it up, and glued it to the edge.
The carrot idea was very good, funny!
Having disabilities, I find a 2-in-1 very handy.
Thanks for the reviews!

Evan Dermatis says:

At only 3lbs and it’s small size the edges are no big problem, no problem at all. maybe check you delicate hands, use less moisturizer.

mrN3w7 says:

How many carrots can I peel with this device before I need to re-sharpen it? 😐

Isaac Rogers says:

Please compare its carrot peeling abilities with those of the Spectre X360

Jaysen Lee says:

@Dave Lee You are totally wrong about the battery life. This laptop only last about 4 hours of usage at max

haze guy says:

Hi Dave, I’m looking for a budget hybrid laptop that’s decent with 12 to 14inch display. What can you recommend? TIA.

Jony M says:

My 920 kaby lake refresh 4k screen has display issues. screen flickers. I’m returning it.

sundayismyname says:

Is there a battery life improvement when setting up the UHD display to 1080P?

I personally don’t need the UHD screen and I’d rather have better battery life with the FHD version, but I prefer the 16GB RAM, which I think is only available in the UHD version in the US.

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Jeffrey Hill says:

OMG, Sharp edges???  REALLY???  Give me a break…   How about giving Pos/Neg reviews that actually matter…

Sarah Marshall says:

That carrot demo was brilliant and rather original!!
Come on Lenovo, sort it out!

Fahim Mosharrof Ratul says:

Hey Dave! The end of 2017 is near and it would be really awesome if u made a which Asus gaming laptop to buy in 2017 like the one u did with the macbooks, comparing their price, specs, etc. Asus has such a big variety and it’s often difficult for consumers to make the right decision. A vid from u would be awesome. Thanks!

Roland Nagy says:

Never understood how this “tablet form” could spread and still be on market. MS Surface Book is 2in1 this is 1.4in1. Just a laptop with pimped up hinge. For me 2in1 means that the screen is detachable. As I imagine the keyboard and trackpad at the back can be annoying while holding it in tablet mode. Maybe its just me but I wouldnt like the idea to put this thing down on a desk as a tablet with the keyboard downwards. Plus I dont want extra weight when I dont really need it. Sry but Yoga sucks.

Adway Wadekar says:

Please, please, please, do a giveaway for this device. I need a new computer for schlol/work/outside learning/and some programming for data science. I would really appreciate getting one for free, because I kinda don’t have that much money.

Peter Tollan says:

I have this laptop and I have to disagree entirely with your point about the sharp edges. First, they are really not that sharp in my opinion. Secondly, this is a laptop primarly. The tablet mode is a secondary feature, and the vast majority of people who purchase this laptop will not be holding it in their hands for any great length of time. Far more will use it in tent mode for example, as a secondary viewing method. So bringing this up right at the start of your review seems like a very strange way of critiquing a product.

Daoud Abdo says:

Please please please … review asus zenbook ux430uq

Sic Semper Beats says:

it still amazes me how laptop manufacturers put speakers on the bottom…WHY!? There is always blank space on the front of the laptop

Patrick McKenna says:

I clicked on this video just to see that clean intro

LivinMelanin says:

I’ve been wondering why Lenovo positioned the speakers in such an unpractical location. This is so mind bugging since they’re already known for never having the best speaker/sound quality in any case

JackJedi says:

Razer should sue… Because, they took the Blade… 🙂

Nicolas Cloet says:

how s the pen itself? worth it’s price?

Izzy Pajares says:

Okay when you said sharp I thought you meant like a nice, clean edge, not able to peel a carrot sharp

Yung TedBounty says:

1600€ is 2 much

akash gaikwad says:

hey Dave can you please review Dell new Inspiron 7000 2 in 1 series which released in later October

deepsudeep says:

What’s the best value 2 in 1 Dave?

Pam Candas says:

You got the “peel produce” idea from iPhoneDo … he did that with an Apple on the Apple iPhone X a couple of weeks ago … funny bit …

preston richards says:

the last generation of this product line from lenovo had a-lot of overheating and fan noise issues, did this problem continue.

Dave Lee says:

An awesome laptop, decent tent-mode device but not a great tablet, those edges are nasty sharp. Thanks for watching!

Xander Zoolander says:

Question, does each thunderbolt port have their own lanes, or are the lanes shared by both ports? It’d be nice if they both have their own set of lanes, for essentially 8 lanes altogether.

Sgt.Bulldog says:

the hinge looks like a rolex watch strap

Dxwhy says:

So basically it can be a laptop, a tablet and a kitchen knife? I only see great features here.

MrMan521 says:

You should check out the Thor 1 it’s a external gpu it’s pretty cool and is watercooled it hasn’t been released yet but check out their kickstarter and website

Raja Haziq Raja Hisyam says:

Nice pc

John Emory says:

Has anyone tried taking some sandpaper to the sharp edges? If so, how did it turn out?

lefthandedpolack says:

i have a cheaper dell 2 in 1 and it is more than enough for most people. no fans doesnt get too warm. 3 usb ports full hdmi got it under 300. put an ssd in it and it plays more games than you would think. including dx12 stuff like civ 6.

i never use it as a tablet. tent mode and keyboard down mode on my desk at work to get the screen closer yeah. either brand/price point 2 in 1s are better than ipads hands down.

boosy5510 says:

You said 9 hours with the 4k. Mine only gets max 4 hours just using chrome for reddit, youtube, and watching shows. Is this a defect or can I improve it?

OwlyLife Russel says:

That carrot is such a clickbait…

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TomoQuads says:

so much hand movement making me think this guy is….. plus he like holding a carrot….

Sawyer Seth says:

I really like how they moved towards the unibody aluminum design. their old plastic magnesium stuff was kinda sketchy

Shubham kumar says:

Can you review HP PAVILION POWER 15 2017 PLEASE ?

Mikey Mike says:

2:38 Dave2D XD

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