At three metres from our D-Link AC5300 router, it achieved 867Mbps – the best you can get. At 10 metres it was 520Mbps – very good.
In data transfer tests (down/up from router) we averaged 700/600Mbps which is superb.
It supports Fingerprint login but not facial recognition. It can also unlock via a proximity setting on a smartphone or via Cortana.
A TPM chip for security but lacks enterprise management like the ThinkPad.
One year back-to-Lenovo (and courier return to you) is standard. The upgrade cost for three years is $185.90 – save the money.
GadgetGuy’s take. The Lenovo Yoga 920 (14) could be my new favourite.
It is not every day I get excited about yet another Windows 10 laptop. I am. This is one of the best, if not the best ultralight, premium, 360° laptops I have reviewed.
The premium end is a very crowded space.
I lusted after the new ASUS ZenBook S (also 360°) as it was just so damned sexy.
So, for me to covet the Lenovo is probably the best endorsement I can give it. It needs to be on your premium shopping list.
- Blazingly fast SSD
- Excellent 4K screen
- Good battery life
- 2 x Thunderbolt 3 and 1 x USB-A 3.0
- Fantastic build and love Bronze
- No user replaceable/upgradable parts
- Overall: 4.4 out of 5
- Features: 4.5 out of 5 – There is nothing missing. I would have liked a built-in mini-DisplayPort or mini-HDMI out for maximum convenience. Yes, you can use a dongle.
- Value for money: 4 out of 5 – The 4K screen is amazing, but I suspect the FHD version and an i5 is the value sweet spot
- Performance: 4.5 out of 5 – Well tuned for the processor
- Ease of Use: 5 out of 5 – Its Windows and x360
- Design: 4 out of 5 – great design and looks. I took a point off for non-user-replaceable RAM/Storage
From $1,999 to $2,999
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