Lenovo Yoga 7i

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  • Great for college students
  • Thin and light 3 pounds
  • Solid Windows operating system choice
  • Premium look and feel
  • Comfortable keyboard and responsive, smooth precision touchpad


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Its butterfly keyboard design has failed, but Apple has yet to admit its mistake
I had to reinstall the Os to get rid of Lenovo crap-ware (and gained 2 hours of battery life in the process). I got a few dead pixels within 6 months. They replaced the screen, but now the bezel is peeling (it is just a fucking sticker, on a laptop that’s $1,500 even heavily discounted). The fibocom WWAN module has never worked properly (like requires a reboot every day after getting disconnected).
But the high pitched electric noise while plugged in and the fans are at Level 1 was maddening. (Just to note Lenovo is shipping the laptop with Level 1 BIOS setting to keep the fans spinning at all times so it can conceal an even worse coil whine). At higher fan levels, e.g. at Level 2 BIOS setting the fans do become annoying but the electric whine is gone.
Lenovo Yoga 7i Laptop with 14" FHD 300 nits Touchscreen, 11th Gen Intel i7-1165G7, 512GB SSD, 12GB DDR4, Wi-Fi 6, BT 5.0
Excellent budget 2-in-1 l'adoption
Excellent all round, great look, excellent and spacious screen. Find the latest Intel chipset. I highly recommend it.
Hayssam Hasbini
2 years ago
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Is 12 GB of ram bad?
fine. but I still recommend 16gb. especially it's yoga 7i.
it's actually depends on what you do, 12gb is enough for web browsing, office, as well as some light gaming.
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1st laptop in 10 years. Legion 5P w/RTX2060!
Need to stick another stick of ram in and another NVME and allll good!. Had desktops since forever and decided to add a laptop to my station and honestly... this thing is a goddam powerhouse! Happy to join the Lenovo club!.
1 year ago
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Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro Review
Still, while seven hours of battery life is not very impressive for an ultraportable laptop, it's way better run time than what you would have gotten just a few years ago. And that’s for a machine that’s eminently usable for most tasks, even for modest gaming on the go. And that performance won’t cost you and arm and a leg, with a list price of just over $1,000
Ted Needleman
7 months ago
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Intel EVO: New Laptop Processors Opinions?
The new Iris Xe LP graphics seem to perform well too. I was wanting to buy an AMD Laptop but couldn't find one in stock that suited my needs, so I went with a Yoga 7i 15".
Looking for a convertible that works well w/ Linux
I have Lenovo Yoga convertible running Fedora 36 Silverblue with Gnome. works well.
Is this worth $900 for college and very little gaming? Need to run at least 4-5 years.
I've also just had so many inconveniences with it. For example, throughout my three semesters of online learning, it was a gamble if the camera would even turn on or not. Im a pretty tech savvy person, so I tried everything, including reinstalling drivers and fiddling with options in Vantage, Windows Security, Zoom, etc. All of these awful quirks make me wish I hadn't bought a 2-in-1, or at least a 2-in-1 by Lenovo.
1 year ago
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