Lenovo Yoga Book C930 (10.8-inch, 2018)

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Ekspertanmeldelse af : Alastair Stevenson (trustedreviews.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Review | Trusted Reviews

 

A welcome upgrade to the original Yoga Book

A clear step forward on the first Yoga Book ; Innovative design ; e-Ink display screams potential

Buggy software ; Very expensive for what you get ; Still feels like a prototype

The Yoga Book C930 is a clear step forward on the first-generation model. It features better specifications and a nifty new e-Ink keyboard/secondary display that has oodles of potential. But sadly software bugs and a ridiculously high asking price stop...

Mar 2019

Ekspertanmeldelse af (engadget.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Review: An expensive experiment

 

The Yoga Book C930 is an engineering marvel, and swapping its keys for an e-ink display is groundbreaking. But the addition of a drawing pad and (limited) e-reader functionality don't necessarily make up for a weaker typing experience. If you can touch...

Solid build quality ; Good battery life ; Keyboard is fine for short bursts of typing ; Flexibility for drawing and e-reading is good for trips

Sluggish performance ; Bezel-heavy design showing its age in 2018 ; Touchscreen keyboard isn't great for hammering out long documents

It's a truth universally acknowledged that companies will charge inflated prices for new technology. Sometimes it's for prestige, and sometimes it's just to make back all that R&D cash. That doesn't mean I can't rail against the industry expecting...

Okt 2018

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Dieter Bohn (theverge.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 review: two screens and lots of compromises

 

Easy to love, hard to live with.

Thin and light ; Fast enough processor ; Full Windows 10 ; USB-C

E Ink screen software is slow and buggy ; Not comfortable for long typing sessions ; No headphone jack ; Too expensive

For a thousand bucks, though, there are much better and more versatile options. They won’t wow strangers at a coffee shop, but they will let you get your work done without getting in your way.

Okt 2018

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Laptop Mag (laptopmag.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book C930

 

The Lenovo Yoga Book C930 offers a host of innovations in an ultrathin chassis, but it's hamstrung by older components.

Incredibly thin, light and versatile design; Precision Pen delivers excellent writing experience; Vibrant display

Expensive; Subpar battery life; Not for touch typists

Okt 2018

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Joe Osborne Kevin Lee (techradar.com)

Hands on: Lenovo Yoga Book C930 review

 

A huge leap forward in Lenovo's grand experiment

Bigger, sharper displays ; New E Ink bottom display ; Fingerprint reader ; More power and ports

Much more expensive ; Low on RAM

The new Lenovo Yoga Book C930 addresses practically every bugbear that we had with the original model, but does so at a vastly higher price point than before. Regardless, color us plenty excited to fully test this refreshing, new device.

Nov 2018

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Joe Osborne Kevin Lee (techradar.com)

Hands on: Lenovo Yoga C930 review

 

A bold new direction for the 2-in-1 laptop

Clever sound bar hinge ; Smart stylus storage ; Webcam privacy shutter

Steep price against competitors

The Lenovo Yoga C930 is a bold new direction for the company’s flagship 2-in-1 laptop, dropping storied design features in favor of more clever hardware to make for a device well-prepared to meet its competition head-on.

Aug 2018

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Eliane Fiolet (ubergizmo.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Review

 

The touch activated dual-display Yoga Book C930 is a “one a kind” computing device that cannot be categorized under any existing market segment...

High-end build quality, beautifully designed ; Ultra-thin and ultra-compact clamshell chassis, excellent for traveling ; Great Full Windows 10 performance for such a tiny clamshell form factor ; Two USB-C ports with charging ; Fantastic handwriting and...

Slow charging (2 hours) ; No audio jack ; More RAM would be better ; Keyboard is fine for short burst of typing, not great for long sessions ; Lack of popular ebook formats (only PDF support for now, no Mobi and EPUB support)

Dec 2018

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Christian Hintze (notebookcheck.net)

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 (i5-7Y54, LTE, E-Ink) Convertible Review

 

3-in-1 convertible. The new Yoga Book has an E-Ink display instead of a keyboard and can be considered a combination of a laptop, a tablet and an e-reader. On top of that, you can also digitalize text and drawings with this all-rounder. The device is...

3 in 1: laptop, tablet & e-reader ; significantly more powerful than its predecessor ; very good display ; LTE ; decent SSD ; no loss in performance in battery mode ; very small and light ; E-Ink input options: pen, touch, keyboard ; silent and...

limited port selection ; no headphone jack ; battery runtime is worse than that of its predecessor ; no keyboard backlighting ; performance drops under strong load ; microSD slot must be opened with a pin ; bad camera ; touchpad is too small

The new Yoga Book features an E-Ink display that makes it very unique. Its biggest advantage is its versatility. It is extremely small and light and can be used for drawing on, as a notebook or tablet or as an e-reader. But of course this flexibility...

Dec 2018

Ekspertanmeldelse af (expertreviews.co.uk)

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 review: 3-in-1, master of none

 

The second-generation Yoga Book has a secondary E Ink display, making it a truly multipurpose device, but what's the point?

Versatile secondary display ; Better than the last Yoga Book

Overpriced ; Shortage of ports ; Laggy E Ink keyboard

The horribly slow speeds are another major downfall of the Yoga Book C930 with the aged dual-core Y-Series chip giving it the performance of an Android tablet. No matter how useful the E Ink display may be for designers and artists – and that’s...

Apr 2019

Ekspertanmeldelse af : Dan Ackerman (cnet.com.au)

The half-E Ink Lenovo Yoga Book C930 may be the most unusual laptop of the year

 

With one standard display and a second E Ink one with an on-screen keyboard, this slim folding 2-in-1 takes a little getting used to.

The revamped Yoga Book improves on the original version, with a better typing experience and more powerful hardware. The small size is great for travelling.

Using an E Ink keyboard and touchpad full time is never going to be as good as the real thing. The E Ink second screen bizarrely can't read Kindle e-books. Battery life is short for a highly portable laptop.

The Yoga Book C930 is an adventurous, risk-taking laptop that skirts the conventional thinking on portable computers. The result is interesting, sometimes fun, but often frustrating.

Okt 2018