Newest Lenovo Yoga C630 2-in-1 15.6″ FHD IPS Multitouch Screen Chromebook

Newest Lenovo Yoga C630 2-in-1 15.6″ FHD IPS Multitouch Screen Chromebook


Lenovo Yoga C630 Review. The Yoga C630’s gorgeous design and outstanding
battery life make up for below-average ARM laptop performance. Still, the 13.3-inch Yoga does a lot of things
right to justify its steep price. The Ultra book has a sleek, aluminum chassis,
and this machine’s outstandingly long-lived battery can last well into a second day of
use. While the Yoga may be too expensive to be
a secondary device, this laptop is a good option for frequent travelers or anyone who
wants a premium machine for everyday use. The Yoga C630 makes a wonderful first impression. The sleek notebook adopts the same simple-yet-elegant
design language we’ve seen on other consumer-based Lenovo laptops, like the Ideapad 530S and
Yoga C930. The Yoga chassis sports a black Yoga logo
embossed in the corner of the stylish Iron Grey lid. The sexy industrial color scheme continues
onto the deck, where two speaker grills flank a full-size keyboard. Apart from the lid’s futuristic Yoga logo,
the only other branding is “Lenovo” smartly written on one of the dual hinges. Speaking of which, the flexible hinges rotate
360-degrees, transforming the Yoga from a laptop into a tablet. You can also orient the Yoga into tent mode
for viewing content or fold the screen flat for giving presentations to others. I found that the hinges don’t require much
pressure to rotate, yet they are sturdy in laptop mode. Lenovo has done an impressive job reducing
the size of its laptop’s bezels without compromising webcam placement. While the Yoga C630 flaunts that engrossing
design element, the notebook’s bottom frame is still rather chunky. If you’ve already added the C630 to your shopping
cart, then you might as well add a few dongles while you’re at it. A compromise of going thin is that the Yoga
has limited ports. The right side contains a USB-C port and a
headphone/mic jack, while you’ll find another USB-C and a SIM card holder on the left side. The Yoga 13.3-inch display is detailed and
vivid, but I wish it were brighter. In the trailer for the upcoming Hellboy film,
the half-demon’s body was a rich, blood-red color, and a brief scene of a burning city
singed my eyes with a vivid orange glow. The 1080 pixel panel was so crisp that I could
see every scar on Hellboy’s face and all of the marks on his powerful Right Hand of Doom. The display on our Yoga review unit exhibited
a yellow tint when I viewed YouTube videos and visited my favorite web pages. I went ahead and tinkered with Windows 10’s
calibration software, which improved the display’s white balance considerably. Lenovo has a knack for making excellent keyboards,
which is why the one on the Yoga is a letdown. That tops my 109-wpm average but at a slightly
higher error rate than my usual 5 percent. The top-firing speakers on the deck of the
Yoga produce dull, congested audio. The Snapdragon 850 CPU inside the Yoga doesn’t
solve the performance woes of the chip’s predecessor. The Yoga can run some of the lightweight games
found in the Windows Store, but don’t expect to play Fortnite on this machine. One of the biggest benefits of purchasing
a laptop with a Qualcomm CPU is the built-in 4G LTE connectivity. Located above the display, the Yoga webcam
produces grainy images. The Yoga C630 makes for an awesome travel
companion. The 13.3-inch device has an extremely portable
and lightweight chassis that can easily fit inside of a backpack, and the laptop’s outstanding
battery life will get you through even the longest transcontinental flights. Better yet, LTE connectivity means you don’t
need to be tethered to a Wi-Fi connection to browse the internet. Unfortunately, even Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon
processor provides sluggish performance compared to other Intel-equipped premium laptops. Therefore, power users will need another primary
device to deal with demanding workloads. Alternatively, compact-yet-capable Intel-powered
Ultrabooks like Lenovo’s own Yoga C930 and the Microsoft Surface Pro 6 give you the best
of both worlds but lack some useful mobile features. That being said, the Yoga C630 is a good option
if you need something to slip into your bag and use on the go. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
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