Category: Review

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The Lenovo Yoga Book

Lenovo introduced the Yoga Book in 2016, and it has been a success for the company. A machine that emphasizes digital creation and a great tool for artists. But how does it fare for more regular types of computer usage – I am a programmer after all. Read on to...

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Lenovo Miix 510 hands-on review

The Lenovo Miix 510 is not just a simple tablet: it is a 2-in-1 with enough performance for work and play. With the detachable/attachable keyboard folio, it turns into a productivity machine very easily. In tablet mode it is your new favorite consumption device. How does it feel to use...

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X1 Accessories: Ultra sleeve

I was looking to update the notebook sleeve I use when I purchased my X1 Yoga. I had an old, soft and 15″ sleeve, but it was a little big for the X1 Yoga. For some reason, they do not sell great 14″ sleeves here in Finland – everything seems...

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X1 Accessories: X1 Wireless Touch Mouse

While ThinkPads have good touchpads and the TrackPoint, I find I still want an external mouse for extended work sessions. A good mouse is almost necessary to have when working for long times with your computer. The X1 branded mouse is meant to accompany the X1 family of notebooks, that...

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Yoga Comparison web app

I wrote an article in the beginning of March that compared the different Yoga computers from Lenovo. This article contained a static table that referenced some Yoga models. It was a static table and not all models made it in there. It also was just a fraction of the information that...

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ThinkPad X1 Yoga review

The ThinkPad X1 range of notebooks have been the top of the ultrabook range for Lenovo in the last few years. This year Lenovo released a version that combines the best of the X1 Carbon and the Yoga 2-in-1 convertible computers. This is the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. Pros and Cons...