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Lenovo Yoga 920 2-in-1
Lenovo Yoga 920 2-in-1 convertible laptop, which is great for others, is a convenient place to store a digital stylus.
Lenovo Yoga Line Redefined
The Yoga C930 got its name from Lenovo’s new naming convention. The family name “Yoga” originally meant the ability to rotate a laptop screen 360 degrees to turn it into a tablet, once a new feature. Now that convertible top laptop designs have become commonplace, Lenovo bestows the nickname Yoga on the entire line of premium laptops, even if it’s a regular laptop without a hinge.
In fact, this very rotating hinge, which is a piece of a luxurious strap in the style of a watch strap on the Yoga 920, is now the more ordinary-looking one piece of metal on the Yoga C930. But the new loop has its own charms. Not only does its body make room for the stylus holder on the upper-right edge, but it also has a speaker grille that hides two tweeters, giving it a nice perforated look.
The new speaker position should theoretically lead to a better sound, since the tweeters are directed outward, regardless of whether the laptop is in laptop or tablet mode. The Yoga 920 speakers that drop down at the bottom of the chassis mean they are most powerful when you use the Yoga 920 in Tent or A-frame mode, so the speakers face you. In this case, in the configurations of the tablet and laptop, the sound is a little muffled.
The laptop turns
When you flip the screen, the laptop turns into a tablet, albeit bulky, given the 3.1-pound weight of the PCMag review unit. The Yoga C930 shares this cumbersomeness with almost all other convertible laptops of its screen size. If you plan to use your device mainly in tablet mode, you should instead choose a special Windows tablet, such as Microsoft Surface Pro; some of these machines come with a removable keyboard for casual use of the laptop.
The spring-loaded handle slot located in the right corner of the rear edge of the laptop is a great feature. Its main advantage is to help you not to lose the attached stylus when transporting your laptop, but it also serves as a means of charging the built-in battery. The stylus itself is easy to use and quite accurate thanks to the detection of tilt and pressure sensitivity. The only drawback is that Lenovo reduced its size to fit in a small garage, which means that it is significantly smaller than the 920 digital yoga pen, like a marker.
Alexa will hear you now
In addition to the new loop and built-in stylus holder, other improvements to the Yoga C930 include new long-range microphones that will work with voice assistants such as Microsoft’s Cortana and Amazon’s Alexa. Lenovo was at the forefront of integrating Alexa with Windows 10, first announcing support for CES 2018 in January. But this integration turned out to be a slow process, and in August all Alexa features will finally appear.
To enable them on the Yoga C930, you can enter “Alexa” in the search field on the Windows 10 taskbar. First, you will be prompted to log in to your Microsoft account, and then to your Amazon account. Once everything is set up, you can say: “Hello, Cortana, open to Alex.” The Yoga C930 will function just like an Amazon Echo speaker or another Alexa-enabled device. Your conversational commands are even displayed on the screen.
The Yoga C930 comes in several different color options besides gray, and Lenovo also plans to offer the option of adding a futuristic glass display lid. However, I did not really like the blue wavy glass cover that the company showed me during a short demonstration. This would definitely raise eyebrows in the conference room.
Two screen options
Most of the other features of the Yoga C930 remain unchanged from its predecessor, the Yoga 920. Processor options include 8th generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 energy-efficient processors, Full HD (1920 by 1080) or 4K (3840 by 2160) touch screens, two ports USB Type-C with Thunderbolt 3 support, USB 3.1 Gen 2 port and headphone jack. Unfortunately, there is no card reader, not even a microSD card slot. Wireless options include 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
You will only notice the difference if you are watching a video or playing a game that also supports Dolby Vision, and the wider color range is more visible on the 4K screen, but even then I certainly noticed the difference when watching a short video. YouTube’s natural clips in HDR with Full HD (1080p) resolution.
There are many storage options, from 256 GB to 2 TB, and each capacity uses an advanced PCI Express SSD interface for quick access to data. The test model I have in my hands has a 256 GB drive.
A modest increase in productivity
I noticed a modest increase of several hundred points in the comprehensive PCMark 8 test (3284 for Yoga 920; 3575 for Yoga C930) using the Preset Work Conditional, which simulates web browsing, video conferencing, and other common office tasks. Anything above 3000 in this test is a good indicator.
Similar small performance improvements occurred in the Cinebench 3D and Handbrake video rendering tests, although the Yoga C930 took a little longer to apply the series of images in our Photoshop CS6 test than the Yoga 920 (2 minutes and 54 seconds versus 3: 04). Nevertheless, the results show that the Yoga C930 is a reasonable alternative to a mobile workstation or the deceived Apple MacBook Pro if you need to edit a little video or manipulate images in the field.
In terms of overall feel, the laptop never felt sluggish, even with a few open browser tabs, some with streaming video. Unfortunately, the laptop comes with malware from Microsoft (Minecraft, Candy Crush and similar games), as well as a free trial version of McAfee LiveSafe with tedious update reminders.