Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 Review

The Lenovo has totally owned the CES 2017 by launching various devices and products, one such device is Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 which blurs the line between professional and personal usages. Although Lenovo has refreshed its entire ThinkPad line-up yet, many things like design and build remain almost the same. With Lenovo Yoga 370 the company has targeted the growing category of users who want to use their device both as a laptop and a tablet. The latest offering in the ThinkPad Yoga series comes with some great features like a 360-degree hinge, good battery life, and an integrated pen. Targeted at business users, it also has some great specifications for home and personal usages thus making it a good laptop for both professional and personal usages.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 front

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 – Hardware and Design:

The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 features the trademark Lenovo hinge which can rotate the screen up to 360-degrees. The build is durable, and it adds to the convertible goodness of the machine. The 13.3-inch touch display is Full HD and provides excellent viewing angles. The touch of the display is responsive, and it does not show any sign of lag. The integrated stylus pen is a good offering for everyone who loves to create and draw while operating the convertible laptops in the tablet mode. The design looks similar to the ThinkPad series of laptop, but it has more flexibility than other notebooks in the series.

The new model Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 has numerous connectivity options including the newly induced Thunderbolt 3 support which boosts the data transfer rate by manifolds. Other ports and slots include an audio jack, an HDMI, two USB 3.0 Ports, display port, a dTPM 2.0 and one microSD card reader. The Wifi 802.11ac is accompanied by the faster Bluetooth 4.2 for wireless connectivity.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 flip

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 – Specification and Battery Life:

Apart from being super stylish and flexible, the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 has some amazing specifications. The machine is powered by the newer 7th Generation Core-i processors from Intel and up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM. The faster 7th Generation processors ensure better performance and smooth work experience. The notebook comes with up to 1 TB PCle NVMe SSD storage. The SSD storage accompanies the processor and RAM well for ultimate computing experience. The graphics are integrated and not dedicated but the Intel HD Graphics 620 does a fine job, and light games can be played without any lag an overheating issue.
The 6-cell battery when fully charged can run the notebook for an average of ten hours which is not quite bad given its configuration.
It comes with pre-installed Windows 10 Pro.

Specifications of Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370:

Processor- 7th Generation Intel Core-i series
RAM- Up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM
Storage- Up to 1Tb of PCle NVMe SSD storage
Display- 13.3 Inch FHD Touch Display
Connectivity- WiFi 802.11 AC and Bluetooth 4.2
NFC and WiGig Support- Yes
New Addition- Thunderbolt 3
Color options- Black and Silver
Hinge rotation- 360-degree
Battery Runtime- Average of 10 hours

Plus points:

> Nicely designed.

> Ultra portable.

> Fine FHD display quality with good viewing angles.

> Convertible and can be used as a Tablet.

> Stylus Pen for writing and drawing.

> SSD storage for faster work.

> Latest and faster processors from Intel.

> Thunderbolt 3 and NFC support.

Minus Points:

> Costly, cheaper laptops with same features are already available in the market.

> Only one Thunderbolt 3 Port.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 stand

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370 – Final Words and Price:

With Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X370, one gets the flexibility of both professional and a personal laptop. It is also one of the best convertible laptops in its price range. With great specifications and powerful configurations, the Lenovo impresses with this launch.

The price of Lenovo Yoga 370 starts at $1,264, and it will be available in two colors black and silver from March 2017 onwards.

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