Lenovo Yoga 900 Manual

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Lenovo Yoga 900 Manual – Lenovo’s innovative watchband hinge holds the entire package together, making it easy to switch between multiple modes. Other laptop and tablet hybrids last longer on a charge, but the Yoga 900 is easily one of the best 2 in 1s money money can buy.

The Lenovo Yoga 900 is a vision of 2-in-1 elegance. It doesn’t matter that it’s a tenth of a thicker inch than last year’s Yoga 3 Pro; The 900 features beautiful magnesium panels on top and bottom, and a new luxurious leather imitation plastic on its platform and palm rest. But like its predecessor, the outstanding feature is the bright hinge of the watch band that is made up of 813 individual pieces, ensuring that the display is always secure, no matter how 2 in 1 is. It is stronger than last year’s strap hinge.

A closer look at the base hinge reveals some smart cooling fans that help keep temperatures low in this super-thin hybrid, and what’s new this year is Lenovo’s ability to combine hinge paint with color options you choose for the system (options include Clementine Orange, Champagne Gold or Platinum Silver).

Lenovo has also included what it calls the automatic locking hinge technology, which is supposed to make the system easy to open with one hand. But unless you actually move your fingers in the little crack between the cover and the lid, this trick doesn’t really work.

Lenovo includes a capacitive touch home button on the thick bezel under the screen, while the rest of the buttons are on the right side. There is a power button with a small white light, a small built-in button to activate Lenovo’s OneKey Recovery software, and another button to turn system rotation lock on and off.

At 12.75 x 8.86 x 0.59 inches and 2.8 pounds, The Yoga 900 is slightly smaller, and noticeably lighter, than other 13-inch convertibles, including the HP Spectre x360 (12.79 x 8.6 x 0.6 inches and 3.26 pounds), the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 SE (13 x 8.7 x 0.75 inches and 3.63 pounds) and the Microsoft Surface Book (12.30 x 9.14 x 0.51-0.9 inches and 3.34 pounds). Even the 13-inch MacBook Air, which is often considered the leading design of thin and lightweight laptops, is a bigger, heavier touch, with 12.8 x 8.9 x 0.11-0.68 inches and 2.96 pounds, and it’s not even a convertible.

Like most Lenovo laptops, the Yoga 900 features the company’s feston-shaped keys, along with two levels of backlighting. The 900 retains the frustrating medium-sized shift key to the right of last year’s Yoga 3 Pro, but to help compensate, this year’s flagship hybrid has a new set of thin function keys above the row of numbers. These keys give you dedicated buttons to control things like brightness and audio. (The Yoga 900 lacks a volume control, which have another 2 in 1). Just be careful to accidentally press the Close Window button that bends as the F4 key.

The keys have a short travel distance of only 1.1 millimetres, but the relatively elastic response and 58 grams activation weight help combat any feeling of death by touching bottom. This allowed me to hit 81 words per minute on my first run through the 10fastfingers.com writing test, which is actually a little higher than my typical range of 75 to 80 ppm. Users with sensitive wrists will find that the soft touch platform makes their hands feel more comfortable when typing.

The one-piece touchpanel measures 3.5 x 2.5 inches and features a soft-touch finish on top. The use of two fingers to scroll through web pages was very smooth, and the system never confused left or right button clicks during normal use (unlike the Surface Book). Ideally, Lenovo would have made the touchpad a little wider, because a little more moving real estate would have been good, and the silky coating is so seductive that I just want it to be played more.


Lenovo Yoga 900 Manual – With a 13.3-inch 3200 x 1800 pixel display and pixel density, the Yoga 900’s screen is supersharp and does a wonderful job of showing photos and movies, no matter what mode you’re in. The images remained bright and colorful even at very wide angles. When I saw the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight, the rich gold lapels on Samuel L Jackson’s jacket provided a great contrast to his dark winter coat.

The Yoga 900’s biggest screen weakness is its brightness, which is slightly below average. We measure the Lenovo at 284 nits, making the Surface Book and HP Spectre x360 13 significantly brighter, with 387 nits and 339 nits, respectively. The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 was only lighter and brighter, with 316 nits.

The Yoga 900’s color gamut was a little far from covering the entire sRGB color spectrum, with a score of 93.2 percent. That puts him ahead of the Dell Inspiron 13,7000 (88.6), but behind the Specter x360 (103.2 percent) and Surface Book (98.5 percent).

The Yoga 900’s color accuracy was similarly strong, but not at the head of the package: it earned a Delta-E rating of 2.77 (closer to 0 is better). The Surface Book got an excellent 0.57, while the Dell Inspiron and Spectre x360 were also better, with 1.16 and 1.25, respectively.


The Yoga 900’s stereo JBL speakers are located behind two grids and are Dolby DS 10.0 certified at home. Unfortunately, even after playing with the included Dolby Audio app, I found that the bass was missing. However, when I heard Drake’s Hotline Bling, I liked the crisp sound of percussion and the richness of staccato in the media and vocals. A disadvantage of the design mounted on the bottom of the speakers is that the audio can change much from very ventilated, sometimes severe, depending on the surface on which the system is supported.

You’ll get the best audio experience when the Yoga 900 transforms into tent mode. The biggest improvement Lenovo could make in the 900 is to find a way to place the speakers on the front of the screen, possibly on that big lower chin, hoping to deliver a more direct and powerful audio environment.

That’s how you make ports on an ultraportable. The Yoga 900 not only has a reversible USB Type-C port for forward-thinking technology enthusiasts, but also three other USB ports (two USB 3.0 and a USB 2.0/DC-in combo) to connect to a lot of peripherals. There is also a full-size SD card reader on the left side and a combined headphone/microphone connector on the right. Although there is no dedicated video output connector, you can still send content to an external monitor using the USB Type-C port with a DisplayPort adapter.

For video chatting, there is also a 1 megapixel 720p camera, which surprised me pleasantly with well exposed images. A photo I took in our well-lit office produced crisp details both on my face and in the background, which is pretty impressive for a sensor with such limited resolution.

With an Intel Core i7-6500U CPU, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD, our Yoga 900 revision configuration is more than capable of meeting the needs of a demanding home or business user. With multiple video streams, more than 20 browser tabs and Photoshop open in the background, Lenovo’s well-equipped hybrid didn’t lose its rhythm.

In Geekbench 3, a synthetic test that evaluates overall system performance, the Yoga 900 scored 6,264. That’s better than the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 (6,085) and the HP Spectre x360 (5,614), but less than the basic Core i5 Surface Book (6,814).

When we used the 512GB SSD to double 4.97 GB of mixed media files, the Yoga 900 ended in 28 seconds, for a transfer rate of 181.76 MBps. Again, it is fast enough to beat the Specter x360 (141.4 MBps), the Inspiron 13 7000 (127.23 MBps) and the ultraportable average (154 MBps), but slower than the Surface Book’s super-fast 318 MBps SSD.

To test real-world performance, we also use OpenOffice to match 20,000 names and addresses. The Yoga 900 took only 4 minutes and 18 seconds to complete the task, which was a little faster than the Inspiron 13 7000 (4:32) and 40 seconds faster than the Spectre x360 (5:04), but roughly the same as the i5 Surface Book (4:17).

Lenovo Yoga 900 Manual – The Yoga 900 is far from a gaming machine, but with its Intel HD Graphics 520, it’s still possible to enjoy one or two games. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft ran as a dream with maximum resolution and average settings. World of Warcraft ran at 49 frames per second in automatic configurations and 1920 x 1080 pixels. The Dell Inspiron 13 7000 and HP Specter x360 achieved only 27 fps and 26 fps, respectively, in the same configuration, although the Surface Book with built-in graphics was not far away, at 43 fps.

In 3DMark’s Fire Strike graphics test, the Yoga 900 scored 840. It’s ahead of the 710 of the HP Spectre x360 and the 630 of the Dell Inspiron 13 7000, but slightly behind the 854 of the Surface Book with integrated Intel graphics. The ultra-portable average is far behind, at 665.

With a runtime of 7 hours and 57 minutes, the Yoga 900’s battery life is almost the same as the average ultra-portable laptop (8:07) and nearly 2 hours longer than last year’s Yoga 3 Pro (6:05). Unfortunately, 7:57s are still missing similar 13-inch convertibles, such as the HP Spectre x360 (9:28) and Dell Inspiron 13,7000 SE (8:26). And let’s not forget the Surface Book: Microsoft’s premium laptop achieved an impressive 12:29 runtime.

Even with its super-thin design, the Yoga 900 does a good job of staying cool. In the laptop heat test, the bottom of the system measures only 92 degrees Fahrenheit, which lies below our traditional 95 degree comfort threshold. In other parts of the system, temperatures were even cooler, measuring 87 degrees between the G keys and and only 80 degrees on the touchpad.

The Yoga 900 starts at $1,199, which includes a sixth generation Intel Core i7-6500U CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. Another $100 increase storage to 512GB, and an additional Benjamin that increases RAM to 16GB, for a price of $1,399. Try for those looking for some color in their hybrid, it’s good to see that there is no price difference between the base models of orange clementine, gold champagne and silver platinum.

Lenovo Yoga 900 Manual – The Yoga 900 introduces Windows 10, a small selection of preloaded Lenovo tools and utilities, and a trial version for McAfee LiveSafe. That means you have access to Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana, your new Edge web browser, and built-in mode detection that can automatically switch between laptop and tablet views, depending on where the laptop is located System.

Lenovo pre-installed applications include Lenovo OneKey Recovery, Lenovo Companion 3.0, Lenovo Photo Master, SHAREit, and REACHit. The most useful of these is SHAREit, which allows you to easily transfer and receive files from nearby computers and mobile devices, even without Wi-Fi or cellular connection.

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