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shockr, Jan 17, 2016 #22 AMD_i7 Notebook Enthusiast Reputations: 4 Messages: 48 Likes Received: 9 Trophy Points: 16 AMD_i7 said: ↑ OK, I have just unboxed my new Y700 15in. TheNvidia GeForce 940MXfluctuates minimally between 980 MHz and 1050 MHz. Otherwise im plugged in As far as heavier games like GTA you CAN definitely run them and find an enjoyable experience, just not with the highest graphics settings. My configuration so far: Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6 GHz 8 GB DDR4 memory Crucial MX200 500GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 4 GB GDDR5 External DVD+/-RW I plan on upgrading to Check This Out

All right. I was tired of returning and waiting, so I kept the new one. This is expected since most - if not all - convertibles and detachables require wide viewing angles for multiple orientations.Outdoors on cloudy day Wide IPS viewing anglesPerformanceTurbo Boost up to 2.8 Read more Published 4 months ago by KMcA 5.0 out of 5 starsFive Stars Exactly as expected and fast delivery.

koolxxx, Mar 15, 2016 #29 koolxxx Notebook Consultant Reputations: 0 Messages: 286 Likes Received: 7 Trophy Points: 31 I want to buy the Y700. Same result. Earphones continue to be the superior solution if available.Battery LifeThe non-removable Li-Ion battery is smaller in capacity compared to the Yoga 900 even though the Yoga 700 is a larger convertible. Laptop is around 15 days old.

Pros and cons... Please try again later. Since this is not a business notebook, Windows 10 Professional is not offered.MaintenanceEven though the Yoga 710 lacks a maintenance cover, it is still quite easy to get to the internal Jobs Media Information Subscription Enquires Books Apps Your Online Choices Log in or Sign up NotebookReview Home Forums > Notebook Manufacturers > Lenovo > Yoga, IdeaPad & Essential > Lenovo Y700

It is clearly noticeable when in a dark environment, showing dark content on the screen or when the screen brightness is turned up high, however, it is not that noticeable in In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Mileke3030 Joined Sep 2011 L1: Learner 14 Posts 10 Reputation Give Rep Follow User Send Message View Profile Posts Created Threads Started 01-15-2016 at 01:40 PM #308 I just went in I want a watchband hinge, because to hell with anyone who doesn’t see the raw mechanical bliss.AdvertisementAdvertisementI just need some more battery life and processing power to go with those things...

Keep in mind that the screen doesn’t detach from its keyboard base, though, so when used as a tablet you’re not able to shed the excess weight. though I did manage to play a little Left 4 Dead 2 on low settings.So if it’s only got a 4.5-watt chip, the battery life has to be great, right? m 0 l Anonymous a b D Laptop a b α HP January 2, 2016 3:38:44 AM Not acceptable, RMA. Techquickie 355,367 views 7:03 Lenovo Yoga 700 Review - Duration: 15:06.

You have to have your receipt. I think, I will go for RMA to be on the safer side. Games released in 2015 and 2016 generally are not playable without noticeable stuttering - but considering this convertible functions as a tablet as well, this is not unexpected. Thus, our results and measurements below apply only to the lower-end SKUs with integrated graphics.

Published on Jan 26, 2016The Lenovo Yoga 700 14 screen build quality1. his comment is here with IPS glow the further you are from the screen, the lesser the glow being noticed. Sign in to make your opinion count. Core temperatures never rise above 65 C, so this is likely the imposed ceiling to guarantee safe operation at the cost of higher Turbo Boost potential.

I thought the sale ended 01/16? Scrolling and simple movements are smooth and bug-free. or its affiliates this contact form Similar Threads - Lenovo Y700 Owners Lenovo Y700 15isk - No Boot Lenovo Says Faulty Battery - Really?

Too bad because other than the bleed issue, it is pretty nice. If said frequency is too low, users with sensitive eyes may experience strain or headaches or even notice the flickering altogether.Screen flickering / PWM detected 50 Hz50% brightness settingThe display backlight First with Prime95 active, the CPU is able to maintain a healthy Turbo Boost of 400 MHz above the base clock rate.

Which I assume most people understand when purchasing this- had no problem installing Linux distributions (tested Kubuntu, Fedora, Ubuntu and Mint)- the keyboard disables itself in tablet mode (Including when using

Competing notebooks like the HP Pavilion 14t and Acer Aspire E5 have smaller capacity batteries and shorter runtimes overall. What you might not know is that the Yoga 3 Pro kind of sucks at being a laptop. Buy it heavily discounted from the Amazon warehouse. It took me about a month to get the laptop back and that was only because I rang around various call centres and offices whose contact details I had to look

m 0 l sptiwari January 2, 2016 2:32:11 AM NerdyComputerGuy said:At what point in the cycle is that shot at? Users who yearn for better gaming performance should consider a notebook equipped with anNvidia GeForce GTX 960Minstead. The keys are a good size. http://grdotnet.org/yoga-700/yoga-700-ssd.html Under load, the temperature increases to a maximum of 43.4 °C (~110 °F).

Any issues? 3) Are the keys on the keyboard so small and close to each other that its hard to type? I used my phone to take the shot. A comparison with theLenovo Yoga 3 14(also a 14-inch convertible) shows that the Yoga 710 is smaller still - even if only by a few millimeters. As I have a low tolerance for backlight bleed, I've decided to stay away from the Y700, although I would say it's a good choice if you receive one without backlight

Results from CrystalDiskMark show it to be a standard SATA III SSD with read speeds approaching 500 MB/s and write speeds at 300 MB/s. Did you do the RMA thing? you might want to double check if it is really light bleed issue. rise ↗ and fall ↘ combined↗ 10 ms rise↘ 32 ms fallThe screen shows slow response rates in our tests and will be unsatisfactory for gamers.In comparison, all tested devices range

Overall, the performance of the review unit is about average. depends on the unit you buy. Copy Link Copied to Clipboard Notebookcheck ReviewsNewsBenchmarks / TechPurchase ConsultationLibrarySearchJobsContact... The frugal dual-core unit can - thanks to Hyperthreading - process 4 threads in parallel and has a TDP of only 15 watts.

Now imagine a slightly more pedestrian keyboard base, with super-thin backlit keys, a silky smooth touchpad and dimpled, rubbery palmrests.Set them about half an inch apart, and connect the base and Too bad because other than the bleed issue, it is pretty nice. Thanks again. Such a shame about the backlight bleed.

Fortunately, maximum brightness will not drop if running on battery power. Bleed is absolutely not exatterated, it's a matter of how much you're willing to take before going insane. fcastro, Dec 6, 2016, in forum: Yoga, IdeaPad & Essential Replies: 0 Views: 512 fcastro Dec 6, 2016 Lenovo Y700 Randomly Freezing SpliTF1, Nov 11, 2016, in forum: Yoga, IdeaPad & I strongly suggest looking at one before buying, specifically looking at the one you're going to buy, not just a sample.