"The Lenovo Yoga is both a great laptop and tablet."5.0 starson by hannahhannahhannahhannah
Pros: -Keyboard is easy to type on, and it feels good to.
-Easily converts from tablet to laptop with no interruption.
-Convenient screen rotation lock on the side that disables when it is in laptop mode.
-Bright, responsive screen.
-It feels very sturdy.
Cons: -Not a lot of apps, and those that do exist are often more expensive then they would be in the App store. (i.e. Fruit ninja costs $5 compared to $1-3.)
-Sometimes gets a little warm.
-Windows 8 touchpad gestures can get a little annoying.
Summary: I use the Yoga for doing school assignments, playing light games (such as fruit ninja), watching Hulu, etc. Nothing too intense. I love the Lenovo Yoga, it's perfect for me. It's surprisingly delightful to have a laptop with a touchscreen. There are four different positions it has: stand, laptop, tablet, and tent mode.
A lot of reviews for the Lenovo Yoga say they use it mostly in laptop mode. I have not found that to be the case for me, I only have it in laptop mode if I am typing something long. The onscreen keyboard is fairly easy to type on, I can get about 25 wpm, on the regular keyboard I can get about 50. For surfing the web or watching a video, I usually flip it around to one of the other three.
It is heavier then the average tablet. I can hold it, it's not that heavy, but usually I rest it on something. I thought it might be annoying to have the keys on the back, but it doesn't really bother me.
I would definitely reccomend it to someone in the market for a hybrid, from the ones I've tried, it's the best laptop, in part because it is a laptop that happens to have a touch screen and can bend back all the way and be an awesome tablet.