Superb, sturdy design with elegant features, Bright, colorful 2,2K touch screen, Comfortable keyboard and touchpad, Robust port selection, Solid performance and battery life
Integrated graphics limit gaming and media creation potential, Active pen is supported but not included
The Lenovo Yoga 7i is an impressive machine, not just due to its 2-in-1 capabilities but also considering how portable it is, while still packing a punch in the processing department. The construction is firm and a bit rigid around the hinge but it posed...
Respectable performance, Excellent speakers, 2-in-1 functionality works well, Easy to carry around,
More ports would be nice, Not meant for heavy graphics work, ShareTweetShare, Share
As time goes on, Intel's 10-nanometer Tiger Lake processors will pounce on more laptop designs, given that it has only been a handful of weeks since the chip maker launched its latest mobile CPUs (which replace Ice Lake). Lenovo was quick out of the gate...
Display could be brighter, Skimps on ports, Keyboard and touchpad are mediocre
The Lenovo Yoga 7i makes the most of its i5 chip, outperforming even i7 competitors at times. It's also affordable and has a great keyboard, but some people may not be able to look past its reflective screen and tinny audio...
Strong performance, Affordable, Comfortable keyboard, Long battery life,
Dim, reflective screen, Tinny audio, Webcam doesn't capture color well
In review: Lenovo Yoga 7i 14ITL5. Test unit provided by LenovoOne of the biggest selling points of the Yoga 7i 14 is its inclusion of two Thunderbolt 4 ports for compatibility with a wide range of external devices. Thunderbolt support is not common on con...
easily upgradeable M.2 SSD and WLAN, well-calibrated display out of the box, high quality aluminum chassis, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, great CPU performance, respectable battery life, generally quiet
display could be brighter for better outdoor visibility, slower-than-expected graphics performance, keyboard feedback could be firmer, RAM is not user-upgradeable, could be lighter or smaller, no integrated HDMI, no Windows Hello