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    8.7

    Date: 1/2/2018

    Good: IPS screen, Full HD resolution, chic, well-built case, very good input devices, NVMe SSD, very good battery life, Thunderbolt 3, stilus

    Bad: display should have had more brightness and contrast, Turbo boost can only be used for a short time, no SD card reader, display suffers from PWM flickering

    The ULV CPU represents the only innovation over the previously-reviewed sibling model. Even though, the CPU can only make use of its Turbo boost for a very short period of time, this does not seem to have much of a negative impact on everyday usability. A...

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    7

    Date: 12/31/2017

    Good: Sleek design, Colorful image output, Above-average battery life

    Bad: Shallow, flat keyboard, Dimmer-than-average display

    The 13-inch version of Lenovo's Yoga 720 2-in-1 combines an attractive design, solid battery life and a vibrant screen...

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    8

    Date: 10/31/2017

    Good: Very comfortable keyboard, Bright, vivid, full HD, touch-enabled display, Thin and light, Affordable

    Bad: Anemic speakers

    The Lenovo Yoga 720 holds its own among fierce competition in the midrange convertible laptop market, offering excellent build quality and a solid blend of features and affordability...

  • Good: Rigid case, Light and portable with thin screen bezels, Good input devicse, Good IPS screen, The panel doesn't use PWM for regulating screen brightness, Battery life is great, Features a USB-C Thunderbolt 3 connector

    Bad: The CPU can't utilize the Turbo Boost frequencies, The display offers poor color accuracy out of the box and significant deviation compared to the center

    Our rating would have been almost perfect if it wasn't for this rather important issue with the CPU. According to the synthetic benchmark tests and the stress test, the Core i5-7200U CPU wasn't able to reach its maximum potential and we are not sure why i...

  • Good: The 13.3-inch Lenovo Yoga 720 2-in-1 has a sturdy, but slim metal chassis that weights 2.9 pounds. The full-HD display supports active pen input. It has a comfortable, brightly backlit keyboard with no unusually small keys and a smooth, responsive Windows...

    Bad: Battery life is good, but behind similarly configured ultraportable laptops. USB type-C adapters are needed for Ethernet or HDMI output and there's no SD card slot

    The 13.3-inch Lenovo Yoga 720 is a slim, lightweight 2-in-1 with a premium look and feel, but without the big price tag...

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    7

    Date: 6/9/2017

    Good: Flexible design, Good performance and long battery life, Dual USB-C ports,

    Bad: No builtin video out or Ethernet ports

    Detachable 2-in-1s, in which the screen can be removed from its keyboard, are best for those who want a tablet that sometimes functions as a laptop. Convertibles like the Yoga 720 are better suited for those who want a laptop that can sometimes function a...

  • 10 0
    6.9

    Date: 6/5/2017

    Good: Flexible design, Good performance and long battery life, Dual USBC ports

    Bad: No builtin video out or Ethernet ports

    Detachable 2-in-1s, in which the screen can be removed from its keyboard, are best for those who want a tablet that sometimes functions as a laptop. Convertibles like the Yoga 720 are better suited for those who want a laptop that can sometimes function a...

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    8

    Date: 5/26/2017

    Good: Chic design, Priced right, Thunderbolt 3 port

    Bad: Poor keyboard layout, Slightly wobbly screen, External monitor requires USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 adapter

    Onlookers will think, and you'll feel as if, you spent more than you did for Lenovo's affordable, classy convertible. Read More...

  • Good: convenient 2-in-1 build, comfortable keyboard, foward and backwards-compatible ports, pen-capable, promotions available

    Bad: loud fan, low amounts of RAM/storage in entry-level device, glare-phone display

    Lenovo's Yoga 720 is a well-rounded, serviceable addition to the Yoga line, without any of the disharmony or overly-adventurous features of some less favorable convertibles. It has only a few minor drawbacks, like fan noise and glare.Lenovo mar...

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    8

    Date: 5/10/2017

    Good: Slim and attractive, Thunderbolt / USB-C, Thin bezels, Traditional keyboard layout, JBL stereo speakers

    Bad: Fan whirred frequently, Lack of ports

    The Lenovo Yoga 720 is a sleek laptop with a premium feel and an attractive design, and that's just the start of things to like about it. Features like a fingerprint sensor, touchscreen, and a 360-degree hinge help set the latest Yoga model apart. Whether...

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