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After spending about a month with the Lenovo Yoga 9i I would have to say it definitely sits at the top of 2-in-1 devices for 2022. Let's first talk about the 2-in-1 capabilities. This is of course a Yoga laptop so you can easily flip the screen around and...
While the improved durability of modern laptop/notebook/ultrabook devices is a big win, I do lament the loss of one feature from the cheap laptops of my past: the plastic case. Certainly, while the modern metal chassis - like the CNC-machined aluminum fou...
Lightweight, very comfortable to carry and use daily, Stellar video and audio performance, Finds space for a USB-A port, A great-feeling keyboard
No SD card slot, Gets loud at times, At this price, performance could be better
Beyond some power niche power-hungry activities, the 9i is perhaps the best new all-around laptop for 2022. Where Dell opted for a complete makeover of its XPS line up which has proven to be polarizing, Lenovo's subtle refinements may be easier for both c...
For a laptop to make a statement, it needs to have more than just the latest components—it has to have style. Lenovo's Yoga 9i is ready to compete in today's market with its Intel 12th Gen P-series CPUs, but it shows it's more than just another thin-and-l...
Polished edges can feel slippery, Power button on the side is too easy to press accidentally, Keyboard's keys are a little too flat, and legends may not stand the test of time, Gimmicky keys waste space that could be used for more helpful inputs
It's been a while since the Lenovo Yoga 9i was upgraded to the latest 11th-gen silicone from Intel and finally, I've managed to get my hands on the device. As is on-brand for the Yoga series, the laptop has an extremely slim form factor, a hinge that rota...
Super-sleek and lightweight, Excellent speakers, Dolby Vision makes for a great viewing experience,
All ports on just one side, Thermal design could be better, ShareTweetShare, Share
Lenovo's 14-inch Yoga 9i has a superb 4K screen and fantastic speakers that set a high bar high for other laptop-makers. Build quality is solid, and there are plenty of configurations on offer. If the leather-clad Shadow Black option doesn't appeal, you'l...
(Image credit: Tom's Guide)As this Lenovo Yoga 9i review has shown, it's an impressive stunner up and down. The Yoga 9i offers pretty great battery life, a colorful touchscreen display that’s better than the average 1080p screen, amazing rotating speakers...
Long battery life, Colorful 1080p display, Strong audio, Fast performance, Hundreds less than competitors
Limited ports, No IR webcam, Shadow Black design costs extra
The LowdownIf you've thought about upgrading your laptop, the 14″ Lenovo Yoga 9i is a worthy contender. Not only is the Yoga 9i absolutely gorgeous, but it is powerful and fast enough to handle most tasks. This is a laptop you'll be proud to pull out of y...
Beautiful all-black aluminum exterior, Leather-wrapped lid is gorgeous, Keyboard is excellent, Once you get used to it, the haptic touchpad is really nice, The Dolby Vision display is gorgeous, Audio on the Yoga 9i is incredible, Video calls are exception...
No IR camera, so no Windows Hello facial recognition, The 16:9 aspect ratio makes it a little longer than usual when in tablet mode
The Lenovo Yoga 9i 14 ITL 4K, provided byThe new 4K touchscreen in the Yoga 9i 14 makes quite an impression and shines with good rates and an HDR 400 certification. The new processor increases both the graphics and short-term performance, but long-term pe...
elegant leather cover on the lid, good WLAN performance, integrated stylus slot, dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, robust chassis construction, webcam shutter, good 4K touchscreen with HDR 400, high color-space coverage, good graphics performance, fast SSD
mushy keyboard keys and disastrous ClickPad, stylus is small and too thin for a comfortable grip, no integrated HDMI or MicroSD, only 1 USB-A, RAM not upgradeable by the user, CPU long-term performance lower than in the Yoga 9i with the i5-1135G7
Lenovo's Yoga 9i gets a new name but is relatively unchanged from last year. It's still a fantastic laptop but the competition is gaining and only the Shadow Black model (not reviewed) brings exciting innovation...
Fast overall performance, Colorful 14-inch, 1080p display, 11+ hour battery life, Great rotating speaker, Garaged stylus
No IR camera, Limited to 16GB of RAM, New innovations only on Shadow Black edition, Tough competition
Source: Windows CentralWho it's forAnyone who wants a premium convertible laptop with aluminum chassisAnyone who wants Intel 11th Gen performance and Evo platform perksAnyone who wants a laptop with a touch display and built-in active penAnyone who wants...
Builtin active pen for inking, 11th Gen Intel and Evo certification, Beautiful aluminum design, Excellent audio setup, 10hours battery life
Still using a 16:9 aspect ratio, No IR camera, Edgetoedge glass touchpad only available on the leather version, Antiglare display finish
Lenovo has never let me down when it came to its premium Yoga 9 series, going all the way back to the Yoga 920, the first one that I reviewed. But I have to say, in a world where these products have historically been some of the best, it's hard to recomme...
First things first, the Yoga 9i (14) is a very well built machine. Premium materials, unorthodox approach, the latest and greatest in terms of technology – Intel Tiger Lake CPUs, Thunderbolt 4 support, Wi-Fi 6 support, and so on. It also produces a great...
Fresh, sleek premium look, A hodgepodge of aluminum, leather, and glass, There is an included stylus, 4K resolution with 477 nits of maximum brightness, Dolby Vision, and VESA HDR500 support (BOE NV140QUM-N54), The display doesn't flicker at any brightnes...
Lacks an SD card reader, Glass palm-rest area, which is a magnet for fingerprints, The touchpad vibration needs improvement, 4K unit offers less than 8 hours of light usage on battery, Uneven luminance uniformity across the screen (BOE NV140QUM-N54)