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    What’s Hot: Striking design, excellent build and finish. It still runs Windows 10 Home, has the same 13.9-inch 3,840-by-2160 screen (again without touch support), Intel HD Graphics and a 512GB SSD. The Yoga 910 enjoyed a large 79 watt-hour battery. When we duplicated 4.97GB of mixed media files, the Yoga 910’s SSD posted a transfer speed of 195.7 MBps.

    Lenovo’s Yoga 920 does look bland, particularly compared to the HP Spectre x360 13 , which offers more design flare particularly with its own recent update. Buyers can get the YOGA 910 is various configurations that include up to a seventh-generation Intel Core i7 processor, as well as Intel HD graphics 620 and up to 16GB of DDR4 2133MHz memory.

    The Miix 510 can be equipped with up to a 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor (Skylake), up to 8 GB of LPDDR4 memory, and up to a 1 TB M.2 PCIe SSD. Whether you use it as tablet or laptop, the Yoga 910 looks and feels great. Lenovo also offers a configuration with a 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160 or 317 PPI) display that adds around $670 to the price but also increases RAM to 16GB and SSD storage to 1TB.

    I found myself going to the Yoga 910 to watch Netflix over the XPS 13. In fact, battery life is so promising that choosing a 4K UHD display becomes feasible — you’ll give up longevity by upping the resolution, but the Yoga 920 has headroom to spare. Just like the Dell XPS 13 I reviewed a week ago, the Lenovo Yoga 910 is a 13-inch laptop equipped with the latest Intel mobile processor series; Kaby Lake.

    Like all the Yoga 9xx models, it’s a 16:9 ratio display, ideal for watching movies. Compared to the 2016 Skylake Dell XPS 13, which runs Intel’s HD 520 graphics, the Yoga 910 was 16 percent faster overall. After read this is done, the fans need to be removed along with all the cables connecting the display, battery, keyboard etc.

    Upgrade to 16GB memory, a 1TB SSD, and a 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160) display, and you’ll fork over a cool $2,000 (on sale for $1,800). However, given the overall improvements to the processor, it’s reasonable to assume the Yoga 910 will show a modest boost in gaming performance.

    Compared to the Yoga 910, the HP Spectre’s battery life is still pretty good, but about half an hour shorter, at 10:08. The Lenovo YOGA 910 stands out amongst the crowd. My touchscreen model was responsive too, so I had no trouble working in modes with the keyboard hidden.

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