Lenovo Yoga 910 80VF002JUS 13.9-Inches laptop (7th Gen i7-7500U, 8GB, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Home), Silver

Lenovo Yoga 910 80VF002JUS 13.9-Inches laptop (7th Gen i7-7500U, 8GB, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Home), Silver
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Average customer review:
(4.0 stars, based on 13 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #2497 in Personal Computers
  • Color: Silver
  • Brand: Lenovo
  • Model: 80VF002JUS
  • Dimensions: .60" h x 8.80" w x 12.70" l, 3.09 pounds
  • CPU: Core i7 7500U 2.7 GHz
  • Memory: 8GB DDR3 SDRAM
  • Hard Disk: 256GB
  • Graphics: integrated
  • Display size: 13.9


  • 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7500U mobile processor; 8 GB memory; 256 GB Solid State Drive
  • 14" Full HD 10-point multitouch screen; 360° flip-and-fold design; Intel® HD Graphics 620; Silver
  • Weighs 3.09 lbs. and measures 0.6" thin; Ultraportable design, omitting the DVD/CD drive for compact form factor. 4-cell lithium-polymer battery
  • Backlit keyboard; Fingerprint reader; HD webcam with two microphones; WiFi 802.11 ac; Bluetooth 4.1; USB 3.0; USB Type-C; Headphone/microphone combo jack; 2 x JBL stereo speakers with Dolby Audio Premium
  • Windows 10 Home; 30-days trial of Microsoft Office 365

Lenovo Yoga 910 Convertible 2-in-1 Laptop: Type or touch the screen of this Lenovo Yoga notebook computer to stay in touch with friends, family or co-workers. The 13.9-inch screen offers ample workspace, while Intel Core i7 processing provides a lag-free experience. With an 8GB internal memory, this Lenovo Yoga notebook provides ample space for keeping multiple tabs up and running at once.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

48 of 48 people found the following review helpful.
5The BEST PC laptop currently available
By Evan B.
Yes, I said it. This Lenovo Yoga 910 is currently the best ultraportable PC laptop available in January 2017. How do I know? I own it and I have spent time with many of the competitors to include the HP Envy x360, the MS Surface/Surface book, ASUS Zenbook UX360A, Lenovo Yoga 900, and Dell XPS 13.
Ok, so why is the Lenovo Yoga 910 the top choice in my opinion?
1) Hardware. I prefer a solid metal casing and Yoga 910, Surface Book, and HPx360 are the only ones in this category. While the Yoga 910 weighs in the middle with the HP being the lightest and the Surfacebook being the heaviest - the Yoga 910 has the largest screen at 14". The watchband hinge on the Yoga 910 is superior to both the HP and the Surfacebook. The trackpad on all three devices is very refined, however the fit and finish of the Yoga 910 in unparalleled by its rivals. Two drawbacks, minor in my opinion, are the small right shift key and the webcam being placed below the screen. The keyboard has good travel and there are three backlight settings.
2) Battery life. Perhaps most important to me. If you opt for the FHD rather than the QHD screen (which is actually cheaper) - then you are legitimately looking at 14 hours of battery life on the Yoga 910 if you do basic tasks and document editing. That is at least 2 to 4 hours better than the competitors I list. On a side note, there are varied opinions about whether QHD is worth the extra cost and battery consumption vs. a FHD screen device. This has to do with resolution and pixel density and I am of the opinion that on a 13" screen the QHD is an overkill.
3) Performance. There are many videos that go into specific software/graphics tests on these devices and by and large these devices are comparable in their performance. Obviously the newer/higher the chipset, RAM, and graphics card - the better the performance. The Yoga 910 is a VERY fast machine with no noticeable lag. It uses the latest 7th generation Intel i7 chip. Very fast, very power efficient. Lenovo plays well with Windows 10 and the updates for both Windows and Lenovo install easily.
4) Touchscreen. While this is almost a given, there are still hold outs like the Dell XPS series, HP Spectre, and Asus Zenbook UX305 that still do not have touchscreen. Touchscreens also drain battery, but with Windows 10 and 2 in 1 devices have become very handy. The Yoga 910 has a very nice response to touch with zero issues that I've experienced. It does not support pen input, but that does not bother me as I have other devices for this.
5) Media. The Yoga 910 has good speakers and coloring for video and audio. I have no problem with steaming music, video chat, or watching movies on this laptop. In fact, with the full 360 flip, I like having the option of flipping the keyboard back and using the device in tablet mode.
Again, the above items are what matter to me most and the Lenovo Yoga 910 gets the highest marks when compared to it's rivals.

27 of 31 people found the following review helpful.
By Eren BaBa
this laptop is amazing. I was so in between with macbook pro and this laptop and i am %100 sure that i made the right choice. yes the right shift key is small and when i read these reviews about the small right shift key i said to myself "DO i really use the right shift key i feel like im only using the one on the left" but i do sometimes use the right shift and pressed up button instead but it took me like a week to get used to the small key. I am loving this laptop. Touch screen is a huge plus. i touch my screen around 60 times a day and i only touch it when it is way more easier to touch it with finger rather than mouse.

ALSO track pad is amazing. just like macalike. This laptop is also 360 turnable. which is a huge plus. during skype i mostly do upside down V and when i browse 9gag or news i just hold it vertical.

Im extremely happy and would definately reccommend this laptop.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
4Good computer bad keyboard lay out
By Randy
Love the computer hate the placement of the right hand shift key. Where the shift key should be they put an up arrow. I have locked myself out of accounts because I keep hitting up arrow instead of shift key. I have sort of gotten use to it, but when I use other computers and then come back to this one same learning curve all over. Why would they move the shift key like that. Bad keyboard design.

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