Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11.6" Touch Ultrabook
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Celeron? 1368x1024? $799 list price?
I doubt it.
Add injury to insult, it’s really 1366 x 768
Woot must have several thousand of these stashed someplace. This about the 450th time its been featured in the past 6 weeks. Given that, they are pretty sweet little computers & with a few upgrade tweaks, you’ll have yourself a competent little machine you can haul with you about anywhere if you need more screen real estate than your phone or tablet.
Hands down, the best sub $500 notebook I’ve ever bought. And it’s not even close.
This has been offered quite a bit. I have one and put in 8gb. Very easy to do. Works great. For web, word processing and watching media its a great little machine. I take it everywhere. Not fast enough for real gaming.
I liked it so much, I bought another for family.
How is that SSD drive? Is super fast to respond?
One thing is for CERTAIN about this device, it’s not as big in the picture as relative to the hand. I got one like this (same size screen) for a relative and it’s pretty small as standard screen/base size goes. It looks pretty big when you look at the hand reaching for the screen.
I think you guys have talked me into this. I’ve been wanting to get something light and portable that has a keyboard. For those of us that aren’t IT people, can someone post, or IM me, easy directions of how to increase the RAM?
I’ve bought 3 of these (for myself and family) and another was purchased on my recommendation. I did the 8GB upgrade for $31 and now 6 months later am still happy with my decision.
As others have said, this is the best bang-for-your-buck in a sub $500 laptop. Great touch screen, fast enough for 90% of what everyone uses a computer for, enough storage (I still have 90GBs free) rugged, 5-hour battery life.
I typically alert my friends when this comes up on woot! and will again today.
It’s 5 screws and the whole bottom panel comes off. After that it’s pop out the 4GB and add the 8GB chip. You have have a 4GB that you can use elsewhere.
I purchased this one for my wife, and before I gave it to her I purchased a second one for me. I upgraded the RAM on both and will upgrade the hard drive on mine, but I like the functionality of the Yoga, and it seems stable. I replaced a tablet and older laptop with mine. My wife just needed an upgrade.
Help this old woman, how do I turn it into 8gb?
Has anyone tried to use it to run something like VLC and then feed that out to a bigger screen via HDMI? Thinking about picking this up as something to run movies off my external hard drive.
It’s slightly more involved than that, but it’s still very easy to upgrade.
See mysterytrout’s and nathandetroit’s posts above.
Can you download Instagram app on this?