Lenovo Y 710-11ISK 11.6-Inch FHD Touch Laptop (Pentium 4405Y, 4 GB Ram, 128 GB SSD, Windows 10), Silver

Lenovo Y 710-11ISK 11.6-Inch FHD Touch Laptop (Pentium 4405Y, 4 GB Ram, 128 GB SSD, Windows 10), Silver
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Average customer review:
(3.5 stars, based on 29 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #5110 in Personal Computers
  • Brand: Lenovo
  • Model: 80TX0007US
  • Dimensions: .60" h x 7.70" w x 11.10" l, 2.36 pounds
  • CPU: Pentium
  • Memory: 4GB
  • Hard Disk: 128GB
  • Graphics: integrated
  • Processors: 2
  • Battery type: Lithium Ion
  • Display size: 11.6


  • 11.6" Full HD 10-point multitouch IPS LED backlit screen for hands-on control, the 1920 x 1080 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity. Touch, tap, glide, making the most of Windows 10.
  • Intel Pentium processor 4405Y dual-core processor boosts multitasking capabilities for reliable Internet browsing, e-mail and everyday productivity.
  • 128GB solid state drive (SSD), a flash-based SSD has no moving parts, resulting in faster start-up times and data access, no noise, and reduced heat production and power draw on the battery.
  • 360° flip-and-fold design offers four versatile modes: laptop, tablet, tent and stand. It automatically switches specific applications to full screen when changing from PC to tablet, tent or stand position.
  • Weighs 2.36 lbs. and measures 0.6" thin ultraportable design, featuring a smaller screen size and omitting the DVD/CD drive to achieve the compact form factor. 4-cell lithium polymer battery.

4GB system memory provides adequate high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run multiple applications and browser tabs all at once. Intel HD Graphics 515 on-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming. Aluminum chassis offers a sleek look. Bluetooth interface syncs with compatible devices: Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the laptop and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories. 1 USB 3.0 port maximizes the latest high-speed devices USB 3.0 port is backward-compatible with USB 2.0 devices (at 2.0 speeds). Micro HDMI output on the display expands your viewing options: Connect the laptop or tablet to an HDTV or high-def monitor to set up two screens side by side or just see more of the big picture. Next-Gen Intel Wireless-AC connectivity (1x1, 433 Mbps): Connect to a Wireless-AC router for nearly 3x the speed, more capacity and wider coverage than Wireless-N (150 Mbps). Backward-compatible with all other Wi-Fi networks and hotspots. Built-in HD webcam with two microphones: Makes it easy to video chat with family and friends or teleconference with colleagues over Skype or other popular applications. Includes a headphone/microphone combo jack.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
5Love this little power house!
By LaVelle R
So far it has exceeded my expectations! I love using this little laptop. It has so much functionality! It'll be a while before I discover all the things it can do. And it's the perfect size! Beautiful screen resolution! It doesn't over heat! Love love love it!!

19 of 21 people found the following review helpful.
4A very good portable laptop solution for students and regular consumers.
By Manish Bhatia
This is about the perfect 11 inch laptop you are going to find right now with the balance of features and value.
The Pentium works great for daily tasks much to my amazement. It is more like a lowly Core M than the traditional "Pentiums" and works fine for 90% of all tasks that you would do. I have not done the video editing / heavy usage scenarios on it but normal stuff is smooth as silk.


Real Life Battery is about 5-6 hours of 80% brightness which is actually not that bad for the current crop of laptops
Charger is the nice smaller plug in type which I like. It also charges pretty fast (2 hours or so)
The screen is 1080P which is great. It is plenty bright but not super bright like my HP chromebook 13 for instance. The colors needed a little calibrating to be closer to my liking. Overall a solid B screen especially considering its Touch and Flip as well.
Very small and sleek comparable to the Macbook in form factor. I prefer the Silver option to the black personally.
You can upgrade the HD. I did. It now has a 512GB drive from Amazon that works perfectly. Get the specific smaller form factor one meant for this.
Keyboard typing is a little cramped as expected at this size but fine overall for extended periods

No backlight. I know the price is low but I would have liked it better.
No card reader, even a micro SD one. That is a bummer, but my upgraded 512GB HD lessens the storage blow.
Shift key is in a awkward spot. Get the free software (KeyTweaks?) to program the UP arrow for Shift and vice versa. Works better that way,
Not a stylus based machine but the standard styluses work fine on it.
One USB port is only bearable because we know Apple does it and not it is a cool thing all of a sudden apparently. At least its the standard USB (also mini HDMI port is present)
Also the OneKey software was a big reason for my purchase but the side button never launched the program and calls to Lenovo and online research had no luck either. After the HD swap, I gave up on that feature unfortunately.

Overall this is a great portable solution for students to get the max portability and the smallest usable size. I still think the 13 inch one is the overall sweet spot for laptops but 11.6 is more portable.
This compares better than the Dell Inspiron 11 3000 which I also liked before. Because this is faster, far better screen and touchpad, lighter and
more portable. Much better looking as well than the clunky square of the Dell.

Overall a solid portable field computer for the normal, non gaming individual needing to use it in the filed often and an excellent one for students for the best balance of price and power (and a degree of expandability)

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
5Excellent ultraportable laptop
By Zach
This is an excellent laptop - assuming you know what you're getting.

If you're looking for an ultraportable laptop that you can use for writing documents, viewing non-extensive PDFs (note the storage, more on that in a second), browsing the web, and other stuff like that, this is what you want. If you're looking for something you can play games on (or at least larger games, things like Thomas Was Alone would probably work fine on this), you'll want to look elsewhere.

Sporting a responsive IPS touch screen with extremely wide angles, this 2-in-1 is very accommodating for any position you want - traditional (normal laptop position), keyboard down (only the screen is visible, good for entertainment/things where you don't need to touch the screen much), tent (more stable than keyboard down, good for looking at recipes, scrolling through articles, etc.), and tablet (that's pretty self-explanatory).

The size and weight of this laptop make it a great choice for a 2-in-1. Although some may not be a fan of the 11 inch screen, it's extremely good for anything requiring portability. It's nice and thin, too; not clunky, etc.

Screen hinges are solid. Movement is smooth, not too easy, and not too hard.

Keyboard and mousepad are both good in my opinion, though whether or not you like them is really dependent on your favorite styles. Keyboard feels like a rubberdome but looks like a chiclet. There are also function keys allowing you to quickly turn off the camera or microphone, which makes life easy for those who video call a lot.

I did some pretty decent tests, and found that multi-tasking is easy and smooth. You might lag with 10 tabs of Vogue, but I had about 15-20 tabs of an online shopping catalog while looking through google images in another tab. Worked perfectly fine.

Battery life is pretty nice (6 hours or so, if I recall correctly).

Speakers are crap, but that's pretty universal for laptops. Sounds good with headphones, and you can enable Dolby sound mastering for a deeper sound.

All the jacks (headphone, charging, USB) are nice and snug. Haven't tried the mini HDMI plug, though.

The one thing that may be a bit of a turn off is that, because it uses an SSD, storage is only 128 GB - closer to 115 after the OS and whatnot. If you're just using documents and some songs, you'll be fine - especially if you use cloud/streaming based services, like Google Drive, Spotify, etc.

All in all, this is a good laptop - just make sure that the storage and size are okay for you.

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