windowscentral.com opens up a revealing look at this new laptop by Lenovo. The Lenovo Yoga looks like a very nice computer, but it’s a little smaller than my liking. I would be interested in a 15″ or 17″ model.
The usual refresh cycle for laptops is in full 2018 swing, and Lenovo’s convertible 13-inch Yoga 730 is the latest that I’ve been testing out for about the last two weeks. I reviewed its predecessor, the Yoga 720, almost exactly a year ago, pointing out weak battery life and a dim display as a couple of the cons. Now sporting 8th Gen Intel processors (CPU), different ports, a lighter chassis, and Lenovo’s Rapid Charge technology, let’s see if the 13-inch Yoga 730 is a worthwhile upgrade that’s worth your money. About this review Lenovo supplied Windows Central with a review unit of the 13-inch Lenovo Yoga 730. This specific configuration has inside an 8th Gen Intel Core i5 processor (CPU), 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB solid-state drive (SSD). Expect to pay about $850 for this model, though prices do start at about $800. Lenovo Yoga 730 13 review: New CPU, same small battery
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