Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11E-G2 11.6" Touch Ultrabook

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Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11E-G2 11.6" Touch Ultrabook
Price: $334.99
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Be very, very careful with your warranty start date on this. I bought a Lenovo ThinkPad last year that came with a 1-yr warranty. I had a problem with it 11 months later and needed a warranty repair. Come to find out, the warranty date began when the vendor on Woot purchased it from Lenovo, NOT when I bought it from Woot. I only had a 10-month warranty.
It took many emails and phone calls to straighten things out but Lenovo customer service eventually granted me the correct warranty expiration date. I was told by Lenovo that Woot is not an authorized seller of their products, thus the headache with trying to get this resolved. It was a major hassle. Buyer beware.

I have the one with the N2940 CPU. I added memory, and a larger SSD. While on the slow side the device is solid.

I on the fast ring on Win 10 so I’m running the latest version all the time and I’m very happy with it.

The screen resolution snob should be here soon but this resolution is fine for every day surfing.

I take it on trips with me since it fits nicely on the planes tray in tent mode.

I also like the fact that is has a built in NIC. I connect it to my tv and it streams better with a wired network.

Great daily workhorse computers (my family has 5). However, I bought one of these Gen 2 with the m-5Y10 chip the last time around, and the memory in this particular model cannot be upgraded. That does not make it a bad computer, it just is something you should know before you buy this particular model. Otherwise, no complaints. Rugged (surviving two high school and one middle school students), easy to use (wife has no complaints), does all my work (with an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse for extended work).

Thanks for the info on the memory.

That’s actually standard with most retailers. The computer manufacturer transfers everything to the retailer. When you register the computer, everything transfers to you. Remember to register your computer if it’s new or factory reconditioned.

I bought this a while back on Woot. Love it! Beware, however, this does NOT support a stylus (like a Surface does) because it is a capacitive touch screen. There IS an 11E configuration that DOES have a stylus and therefore the digitization layer on its screen for a stylus, but this is NOT it. Otherwise, great!

I bought a separate Wacom from the mothership https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010LHRFYU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 which provides excellent stylus performance.

This is second generation for $334.99. The mother ship has a new third generation for $298.58 (sold by Woot no less) at https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-Thinkpad-Touchscreen-Convertible-Ultrabook/dp/B01DF599WG

Why wouldn’t you get the cheaper one on Amazon? Am I missing something?

The one you linked has a lower end processor (roughly 1/2 the processor power per benchmarking scores).