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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-07-02
Lenovo's Flex series of Windows convertibles are basically more affordable versions of its premium Yoga-branded devices. At least that was my conclusion for last year's Lenovo Flex 2, which costs just $1,299. But its inevitable sequel is dubbed the Yoga...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-09-30
Sleek and striking design, Good selection of portsAppalling battery life, Underwhelming display, Very slow to boot and load apps
Lenovo has been enjoying much praise recently with its 2-in-1 hybrids, but the Yoga 500 cuts short the company's run of top-form products. Soon to be replaced by the Yoga 510, this cut-price laptop – at around £350 – is one of the cheapest 2-in-1s you can currently buy. However, it simply isn't worth the effort; there are far better laptops out there for the price...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-03-18
Decent connectivity options, 1TB hard drive offers lot of space, Ethernet port includedKeyboard needs work, Screen offers low resolution and terrible viewing angles, Mediocre machine with no sense of individuality
If the tablet craze still hasn't won you over and you prefer a laptop with plenty of space, Lenovo is taking the best of both worlds and cramming them together in the Yoga 500.Two-in-one computers are becoming the new norm, and Lenovo's Yoga 500 keeps it...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-03-08
viewing angles, contrast, good input devices, quiet in practice, no throttling in the stress test, build quality of the case, good port layout, versatile thanks to 360degree hingesbattery runtime, no maintenance hatch, non-removable battery, hardly usable under sunlight, non-illuminated keyboard, no SSD
Don't expect too much! Lenovo's Yoga 500 is another 2-in-1 convertible with a 14-inch screen on the market. It is supposed to continue the success of the Yoga series from last year. The Lenovo Yoga 500 is equipped with a Skylake Intel Core i5, and there a...
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ultrabookreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-16
well built, nice sober looks, decent IPS screen, nice keyboard if you don't mind short travel keys, good speakers, well priceddim and glossy display, glitchy trackpad and wireless, subpar performance, average battery life in daily use, upgrading the storage would probably void warranty
If you're after an everyday convertible laptop and have a rather limited budget at your disposal, you should have a look at Lenovo's Yoga 500 series, also known as the Flex 3 in the US and some other regions.We talked about the 15-inch model in a previous...
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ozlaptopreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-18
Robust build quality with solid hinges to support the 4 different layouts, Powerful processor and quality hardware, Premium notebook at an affordable price, High contrast and decent viewing anglesToo heavy to be used as a portable tablet, No maintenance hatch making upgrades impossible and a non-removable battery
Lenovo Yoga 500 ReviewKeeping the legacy of convertible Yoga laptops alive, Lenovo offers the Yoga 500 as the ultimate budget hybrid. The Lenovo Yoga 500 is among the latest convertible notebooks, but what sets it apart from the competition is its cost ef...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-15
Good keyboard, Plenty of storage, Ethernet port, Screen rotates through 360 degreesModerate-quality screen, Average battery life
Lenovo's Yoga 500 range of laptops starts at £339.99 (inc. VAT, or £283.32 ex. VAT) -- a price that might have significant appeal to businesses looking to rein in their IT spending over the coming year.The Yoga brand needs no introduction, with the stunni...
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goodhousekeeping.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-11-01
Quick to fully recharge, Large 1TB hard drive offers plenty of storage space, Laptop copes well with games, both for casual gamers and those that are more serious, The display is clear, sharp and responsive to touch, Simple and straightforward to useBattery life is disappointing, not lasting as long as we'd have liked, Laptop only offers a front-facing camera and the image quality isn't as good as we'd have hoped, A little bulky and heavy to hold when converted into a tablet
Lenovo is among the most well-known laptop manufacturers. Famed for producing mid-range, good value laptops running the Windows operating system, it's a brand worth considering if you're in the market for a new laptop. The Lenovo Yoga 500 is a 14in Window...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-21
Lenovo's newest entry to the Yoga series of 2-in-1 hybrids are made for those who've seen the top end of the Yoga series, such as the Yoga 3 Pro, and wondered if they could have one of those devices without exceeding the 2k mark. Well, the Yoga 500 that w...
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theunbiasedblog.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-14
Recently, we got a chance to review Lenovo's Yoga 500 laptop. Being a fan of Lenovo's Yoga series, the Yoga 500 was a welcome device for us. To be frank we are still not over the design prowess of the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro. We used the Yoga 500 for a month...
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laptopmedia.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-25
Sturdy design and light-weightMediocre battery life, Bad screen quality (low maximum brightness, low sRGB color gamut coverage, PWM across all brightness levels) even at this price range, Bad touchpad with “wobbling” effect and the same goes for the screen
We again stumbled upon another convertible device from Lenovo's Yoga lineup and again representing the budget-class laptops. Nonetheless, the Yoga 500 notebook comes with a wide variety of hardware and as the price goes up, so does the performance and the...
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