Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11E-G3 11.6" Touch Ultrabook

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Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11E-G3 11.6" Touch Ultrabook
Price: $269.99
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Only 4GB of RAM for “multitasking power”? What?

I purchased one of these when it was the Amazon deal of the day. I mostly use macs these days, but needed a windows machine with windows 10 for when I have to bring work home. First thing i did was upgrade TO 8Gb.

The screen is small and not easy to read, so i have it connected to an external monitor> Works OK in tablet mode, but it is heavy for a tablet. I’ve been told these are used in a lot of elementary and middle school programs due to being so rugged. It"s been a good machine so far.

How is this thing for drawing? I don’t need anything fancy like pressure gradients, but I would like something that I can do a quick sketch on.

How visible is the screen outdoors? Seems like a decent choice for my adventure motorcycling. Sometimes I need to map routes at rest areas, etc. Having a vibration tested computer sounds ideal.

Is this one of the models that supports a pen?

Resolution sucks

I have this Yoga. Very nice for what it is. Yes, it is wonderfully rugged. It is NOT fast, so video viewing will be a challenge and video editing/processing is a stretch (I had to put it on a laptop fan so it wouldn’t overheat since there is no internal fan). It has a capacitive touchscreen, so you can write with your finger, but you won’t like it for forming letters using a pen. It does NOT support a pen, however, there was a model that did support and came with a pen AND digital touchscreen like the Surface, but this is NOT it. You can connect a Wacom pad $75 that will work great.

A ThinkPad without a track-point… I ThinkNot.