Category: Hardware

2

ThinkPad Stack Gallery

The ThinkPad Stack is composed of individual devices that can be attached to each other to work together. ThinkPad Stack is composed of: a hard drive a wireless router a bluetooth speaker a portable battery This gallery contains images of the ThinkPad Stack. I am currently working on a review, and...

5

Yoga 3 Pro: HD&4K video problem persists

In my Yoga 3 Pro review I talked about a problem of watching HD and 4K videos on the Yoga 3 Pro with Chrome. Chrome wants to use the VP9/WebM codec by default, which is not hardware accelerated on the Yoga 3 Pro. Result: if you watch videos on the...

0

Yoga 3 Pro: What would you change?

Is there something you would change in the Yoga 3 Pro? Now is the time to speak up, Lenovo is listening! I am pretty satisfied with what is in the package. I have a few minor complaints (like a little too flimsy headphone jack) but there are other great opinions...

6

Yoga 3 Pro: Preparing a presentation (workflow)

Working as a software professional, I sometimes do presentations on various subjects. The Yoga 3 Pro is a very nice tool that can be used from beginning to end as you prepare and present. Reading Reading is my preferred way of learning about things. Usually there are a lot of...

10

Yoga 3 Pro: Preinstalled software

This article talks about preinstalled software on the Yoga 3 Pro notebook. You can also read my full review here. As you open up your Yoga 3 Pro for the first time, you will find a lot of software has been preinstalled. If you read this article and you do...

6

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro review

The Yoga 3 Pro is a very light and thin ultrabook or rather 2-in-1 device. It has a high definition screen, and the screen can be bent back a full 360 degrees, transforming the notebook into a tablet. As soon as I took out the Yoga from the box it...