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Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver

Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver

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Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
Lenovo Yoga 920 - 13.9" 4K UHD Touch - 8Gen i7-8550U - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Silver
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Capacity: 512GB SSD


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Description

Capacity:512GB SSD Offering world-class performance, standout style and immersive entertainment, the Yoga 920 is in a league of its own.


Standing screen display size: 13.9 Inches


Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160


Max Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160


Graphics Coprocessor: Intel UHD Graphics 620


Chipset Brand: Intel


Card Description: Integrated


Wireless Type: 802.11ac


Average Battery Life (in hours): 10.8 Hours


Brand: Lenovo


Series: Yoga 920


Item model number: T8TJG


Hardware Platform: PC


Operating System: Windows 10 Home


Item Weight: 3.02 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 8.8 x 0.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 12.7 x 8.8 x 0.5 inches


Color: Platinum


Processor Brand: Intel® Core™ i7-8550U


Processor Count: 4


Computer Memory Type: DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size: 512


Hard Drive Interface: Solid State


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Date First Available: November 9, 2017


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Capacity: 512GB SSD


Features

  • Brand New in box. The product ships with all relevant accessories

Description

Capacity:512GB SSD Offering world-class performance, standout style and immersive entertainment, the Yoga 920 is in a league of its own.


Standing screen display size: 13.9 Inches


Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160


Max Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160


Graphics Coprocessor: Intel UHD Graphics 620


Chipset Brand: Intel


Card Description: Integrated


Wireless Type: 802.11ac


Average Battery Life (in hours): 10.8 Hours


Brand: Lenovo


Series: Yoga 920


Item model number: T8TJG


Hardware Platform: PC


Operating System: Windows 10 Home


Item Weight: 3.02 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 8.8 x 0.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 12.7 x 8.8 x 0.5 inches


Color: Platinum


Processor Brand: Intel® Core™ i7-8550U


Processor Count: 4


Computer Memory Type: DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size: 512


Hard Drive Interface: Solid State


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Date First Available: November 9, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Brand New in box. The product ships with all relevant accessories

Description

Capacity:512GB SSD Offering world-class performance, standout style and immersive entertainment, the Yoga 920 is in a league of its own.


Standing screen display size: 13.9 Inches


Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160


Max Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160


Graphics Coprocessor: Intel UHD Graphics 620


Chipset Brand: Intel


Card Description: Integrated


Wireless Type: 802.11ac


Average Battery Life (in hours): 10.8 Hours


Brand: Lenovo


Series: Yoga 920


Item model number: T8TJG


Hardware Platform: PC


Operating System: Windows 10 Home


Item Weight: 3.02 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 8.8 x 0.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 12.7 x 8.8 x 0.5 inches


Color: Platinum


Processor Brand: Intel® Core™ i7-8550U


Processor Count: 4


Computer Memory Type: DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size: 512


Hard Drive Interface: Solid State


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Date First Available: November 9, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jacobo Hijazin - Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2018
Great performance, almost perfect!
I've been a more than satisfied user of a Lenovo Yoga 2 pro, I'd say that this latest model surprised me in some aspects. Switching from a plastic design to metal actually makes you perceive the product as more premium, and the different hinge system is definetly more sturdy. Performance-wise, the device is as quick as flash. The system boots up in about 5 seconds, which is a net 3 second gain from the already insanely fast 7 to 8 seconds bootup time of my previous Yoga 2 pro. Still it feels surprising to me, after years of having had computers with mechanical hard drives. The 4k touchscreen monitor is very responsive. Watching movies or reading is even better than the 2k monitor of the yoga 2 pro I had. This is a dramatic improvement to me since I spend several hours in front of it also for work reasons. I still didn't have time to try out the new active pen included , but guessing from others' reviews i've read, it will be fine for the quick drawing and note taking I occasionally do. Another significant improvement I've noticed is the increased battery life. With my Yoga 2 pro I had almost 5 effective hours of battery life when it was new, but with time and usage it went down to 3 hours due to the usual battery wearing. This new Yoga 920 makes me almost forget about the charger because It can last a whole day, with an effective 7 to 10 hours life in moderate usage. The Yoga 920 comes with Intel’s new eighth-generation Intel Core processors. Never mind the clock speeds; this chip generation is optimized for multitasking and battery conservation, so I guess I'll see how it ages. However, I suggest not to buy it in case you're into gaming, not because of the performance (which would be more than decent from my perspective), but because in that case, a 2 and a half hours gaming session can quickly drain all the juice. This is an excellent 2 in 1 laptop, but not a gaming machine. One thing i don't like is this new trend of manufacturers removing ports from devices: my previous Yoga had an SD port, a Micro HDMI port, and 2 usb A, one being usb 3.0. Now I have one usb 3.0 (it serves also as a charger when the pc is turned off, well that can come in handy actually) and two usb type c ports, one of which is mainly used to charge the laptop and the other one would be useless to me if I didn't buy dongles and/or adapters. I find this trend rather annoying and consumer-unfriendly to be honest. To sum up, I'd say this 2 in 1 laptop is an almost perfect choice for creative users who want performance and battery life; let's see how it manages to pass the test of time.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Conspicuous Consumer - Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2018
Setup was a Breeze - Problem With Pen and Customer Service
We are upgrading from a Lenovo Yoga Pro to the 920. This first entry details only setup and first five hours of use. I've ordered a powered port expander ( Plugable 10-Port USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hub with 48W Power Adapter and Two Additional Flip-Up Ports for additional devices. and new mouse ( VicTsing Full Size Wireless Mouse with Nano USB Receiver, 5 Adjustable CPI Levels, 6 Buttons for Notebook, PC, Laptop, Computer, Macbook-Black ) and will test more extensively when received. I've had no speed or heat issues in that time (unless you enter your password wrong and it takes a minute to tell you). Currently our data is all on external drives so we haven't had a chance to test the speed of the SSD. The monitor resolution is excellent (as is the resolution on the old Yoga Pro and my 4K iMac). I found Cortana's voice (and humor) to be reassuring in the setup process. The default settings were correct so I just had to click next. Have your Microsoft login ready. I entered a new pin number but the pc lost it on reboot so you can probably skip that for now. I connected to wifi as soon as I entered my password. It ran so well that it only took me 5 minutes to download 9 updates and 10 minutes to install. Privacy issues: * I chose to not link my phone to pc as it wanted to install edge to my iPhone. * I chose to not use one drive and to only save files to my hard drives. * I chose to not give Cortana access to my data. * I turned Skype off. * Review privacy settings carefully. I turned off everything. I unselected all but the first Lenovo profile setting. * Go through your apps and uninstall anything you aren't going to use. I uninstalled a lot of games and One Drive (I use Dropbox for cloud storage). I downloaded and installed Chrome and set it up as my default browser but not sure I'm going to keep it. I have preferred Firefox for decades. I changed all privacy settings on it and Edge to high. Desktop choices: * Pin Chrome to your taskbar and scoot it over before the Edge icon. I put the Windows Explorer icon first and deleted anything I don't routinely use. * Right-mouse click on desktop - View - select small icons and uncheck align to grid. * Keep your desktop clean. Put shortcuts you use regularly in the taskbar, not on the desktop. * Right-mouse click on bottom task bar - Task Mgr - Startup - disabled microsoft One Drive. While you are in there, look at your processes and performance tabs. I was only using 1% of my cpu minutes after startup but it cranked up to 90% for a short period when Windows and Lenovo apps were running. Microsoft Office is only a 30 day trial. That's a bummer. From reboot to windows takes 20 seconds on the new machine as well as on the older Yoga Pro. The older machine still works fine and will replace a large, slow Asus. Addendum: The pen worked without pairing but with limited functions. I couldn't get the led light to light up and the pen separated at the opening to the battery compartment (see photo). The first time I tried to contact Lenova, I sat on hold for 10 minutes with the worst hold sounds (not really music) such that I hung up. Then I tried a chat and, after being ignored by Sasha for 5 minutes, I disconnected. Then I called and left my number with a message that I would receive a return call in 2 minutes. Thirty minutes later I tried Chat again and Dennis is sending me a replacement pen. Registration was also difficult and my account shows no trace of my last other Yoga computer that Lenova has repaired twice. People rightly complain that the pen holder blocks access to other ports but it fits nicely on the Pluggable port expander (see photo).

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Haig1 - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2018
This is a great notebook. The only issue that I have had
This is a great notebook. The only issue that I have had, (which is not caused by the computer) is that the 4K screen resolution is not supported by many programs so they do not display properly. There are fixes, but I sure wish I did not have to go through the hassle. The computer is fast and lightweight so it is easy to carry.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mr Spin - Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2019
I regret I bought it...
...and here is why: - Impossible to change brightness: neither using keyboard buttons, nor through control panel. Looked up online, turned out to be known issue with this model. Tried numerous suggested solutions, won't help, still having this issue. - Very noisy. I mean, really annoyingly noisy; I've read reviews were people complained about the noise, but didn't think it will be that loud. - Gets very hot. $1500 wasted. Huge mistake buying this junk. Too bad I cannot return it now.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jacobo Hijazin - Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2018
Great performance, almost perfect!
I've been a more than satisfied user of a Lenovo Yoga 2 pro, I'd say that this latest model surprised me in some aspects. Switching from a plastic design to metal actually makes you perceive the product as more premium, and the different hinge system is definetly more sturdy. Performance-wise, the device is as quick as flash. The system boots up in about 5 seconds, which is a net 3 second gain from the already insanely fast 7 to 8 seconds bootup time of my previous Yoga 2 pro. Still it feels surprising to me, after years of having had computers with mechanical hard drives. The 4k touchscreen monitor is very responsive. Watching movies or reading is even better than the 2k monitor of the yoga 2 pro I had. This is a dramatic improvement to me since I spend several hours in front of it also for work reasons. I still didn't have time to try out the new active pen included , but guessing from others' reviews i've read, it will be fine for the quick drawing and note taking I occasionally do. Another significant improvement I've noticed is the increased battery life. With my Yoga 2 pro I had almost 5 effective hours of battery life when it was new, but with time and usage it went down to 3 hours due to the usual battery wearing. This new Yoga 920 makes me almost forget about the charger because It can last a whole day, with an effective 7 to 10 hours life in moderate usage. The Yoga 920 comes with Intel’s new eighth-generation Intel Core processors. Never mind the clock speeds; this chip generation is optimized for multitasking and battery conservation, so I guess I'll see how it ages. However, I suggest not to buy it in case you're into gaming, not because of the performance (which would be more than decent from my perspective), but because in that case, a 2 and a half hours gaming session can quickly drain all the juice. This is an excellent 2 in 1 laptop, but not a gaming machine. One thing i don't like is this new trend of manufacturers removing ports from devices: my previous Yoga had an SD port, a Micro HDMI port, and 2 usb A, one being usb 3.0. Now I have one usb 3.0 (it serves also as a charger when the pc is turned off, well that can come in handy actually) and two usb type c ports, one of which is mainly used to charge the laptop and the other one would be useless to me if I didn't buy dongles and/or adapters. I find this trend rather annoying and consumer-unfriendly to be honest. To sum up, I'd say this 2 in 1 laptop is an almost perfect choice for creative users who want performance and battery life; let's see how it manages to pass the test of time.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Conspicuous Consumer - Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2018
Setup was a Breeze - Problem With Pen and Customer Service
We are upgrading from a Lenovo Yoga Pro to the 920. This first entry details only setup and first five hours of use. I've ordered a powered port expander ( Plugable 10-Port USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hub with 48W Power Adapter and Two Additional Flip-Up Ports for additional devices. and new mouse ( VicTsing Full Size Wireless Mouse with Nano USB Receiver, 5 Adjustable CPI Levels, 6 Buttons for Notebook, PC, Laptop, Computer, Macbook-Black ) and will test more extensively when received. I've had no speed or heat issues in that time (unless you enter your password wrong and it takes a minute to tell you). Currently our data is all on external drives so we haven't had a chance to test the speed of the SSD. The monitor resolution is excellent (as is the resolution on the old Yoga Pro and my 4K iMac). I found Cortana's voice (and humor) to be reassuring in the setup process. The default settings were correct so I just had to click next. Have your Microsoft login ready. I entered a new pin number but the pc lost it on reboot so you can probably skip that for now. I connected to wifi as soon as I entered my password. It ran so well that it only took me 5 minutes to download 9 updates and 10 minutes to install. Privacy issues: * I chose to not link my phone to pc as it wanted to install edge to my iPhone. * I chose to not use one drive and to only save files to my hard drives. * I chose to not give Cortana access to my data. * I turned Skype off. * Review privacy settings carefully. I turned off everything. I unselected all but the first Lenovo profile setting. * Go through your apps and uninstall anything you aren't going to use. I uninstalled a lot of games and One Drive (I use Dropbox for cloud storage). I downloaded and installed Chrome and set it up as my default browser but not sure I'm going to keep it. I have preferred Firefox for decades. I changed all privacy settings on it and Edge to high. Desktop choices: * Pin Chrome to your taskbar and scoot it over before the Edge icon. I put the Windows Explorer icon first and deleted anything I don't routinely use. * Right-mouse click on desktop - View - select small icons and uncheck align to grid. * Keep your desktop clean. Put shortcuts you use regularly in the taskbar, not on the desktop. * Right-mouse click on bottom task bar - Task Mgr - Startup - disabled microsoft One Drive. While you are in there, look at your processes and performance tabs. I was only using 1% of my cpu minutes after startup but it cranked up to 90% for a short period when Windows and Lenovo apps were running. Microsoft Office is only a 30 day trial. That's a bummer. From reboot to windows takes 20 seconds on the new machine as well as on the older Yoga Pro. The older machine still works fine and will replace a large, slow Asus. Addendum: The pen worked without pairing but with limited functions. I couldn't get the led light to light up and the pen separated at the opening to the battery compartment (see photo). The first time I tried to contact Lenova, I sat on hold for 10 minutes with the worst hold sounds (not really music) such that I hung up. Then I tried a chat and, after being ignored by Sasha for 5 minutes, I disconnected. Then I called and left my number with a message that I would receive a return call in 2 minutes. Thirty minutes later I tried Chat again and Dennis is sending me a replacement pen. Registration was also difficult and my account shows no trace of my last other Yoga computer that Lenova has repaired twice. People rightly complain that the pen holder blocks access to other ports but it fits nicely on the Pluggable port expander (see photo).

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Haig1 - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2018
This is a great notebook. The only issue that I have had
This is a great notebook. The only issue that I have had, (which is not caused by the computer) is that the 4K screen resolution is not supported by many programs so they do not display properly. There are fixes, but I sure wish I did not have to go through the hassle. The computer is fast and lightweight so it is easy to carry.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mr Spin - Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2019
I regret I bought it...
...and here is why: - Impossible to change brightness: neither using keyboard buttons, nor through control panel. Looked up online, turned out to be known issue with this model. Tried numerous suggested solutions, won't help, still having this issue. - Very noisy. I mean, really annoyingly noisy; I've read reviews were people complained about the noise, but didn't think it will be that loud. - Gets very hot. $1500 wasted. Huge mistake buying this junk. Too bad I cannot return it now.