Lenovo Yoga 910: Convertible in Quick Test

Lenovo Yoga 910 in Quick Test

Display & Housing of Lenovo Yoga

Haptics and workmanship are very good quality. The Lenovo Yoga 910 relies on a unibody design with a baseplate, like other of its convertibles. Completely in matt silver aluminum housing with a simple design.

is hardly susceptible to fingerprints. The link hinge, in particular, gives the Convertible that certain something. However, the lack of a separate volume control on the device side is incomprehensible. In our opinion, this is the case with a convertible, which must also be usable as a tablet. In tablet mode, unintentional actions can be triggered by the fingers due to the narrow bezel.

The 13.9-inch IPS display (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) with a pixel density of 317 ppi achieves a maximum brightness of 310.2 candelas per square meter is not excellent, but very good. If you want more, you can order the Yoga 910 with the 4K display for an extra charge. However, it should be borne in mind that this will drive up electricity consumption considerably.

Lenovo Yoga 910 quick reviewPerformance, Memory & Graphics

The new Kaby-Lake Dual-Core Intel Core i7-7500U with a clock frequency of 2 x 2.7 – 3.5 GHz, Hyper-Threading, TDP 15 W is used as the engine. Thanks to a fast CPU, ample 16 GB of RAM and a fast 512 GB SSD, the operation is always smooth even with multitasking. As a graphics solution, the internal Intel HD Graphics 620 chipset has to share the 15-watt TDP and main memory with the CPU.

Interface Supply and Battery

A wide range of USB protocols is available for connection: 1x USB-C 3.0,1x USB-C 2.0,1x USB-A 3.0, and for wireless communication Bluetooth 4.1 and fast 802.11ac WLAN are available.

The battery life of the Yoga 910 is not excellent, but ultimately we measure a running time of just under 8 hours when using the office. The video runtime is 8:45 hours – no top score either. Lenovo has elegantly hidden the fan, which is essential for cooling, in the hinge. So it is not a disturbing factor in terms of its appearance, but it is, acoustically speaking, as the blower starts up in idling mode at times.


In conclusion, Lenovo’s Yoga 910 is a very successful further development of its flagship conversion, the Yoga 910. The combination unit is excellently manufactured and can endure impressively long on the road. This helps to overlook some weaknesses.


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