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Lenovo Yoga 910 review: A host of excellent upgrades make it a winner

Josh Norem | Dec. 15, 2016
The battery life is a fantastic 11 hours, too.


The move to Kaby Lake certainly has boosted performance, but the Yoga 910 has a lot more going for it than just the latest CPU. Any company can shoehorn a new CPU into a chassis. The Yoga 910 is a seriously improved laptop over the 900 in all the ways that count—it’s easily one of the best convertible notebooks available. Even if you never bend it into other shapes, it’s still a fantastic ultraportable. It has class-leading battery life, a gorgeous display with a mostly razor-thin bezel, and excellent performance. And at $1,049, it’s also less expensive than its competition. Sure, the webcam’s placement isn’t ideal, and its slim stature means you're short on ports, but those are trade-offs we can live with, given the Yoga 910’s otherwise stellar attributes.


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