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Lenovo Yoga Book Android YB1-X90F (ZA0V / ZA0W)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 103 reviews of Lenovo Yoga Book Android YB1-X90F (ZA0V / ZA0W). The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Tablets for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the screen and battery. The durability and portability are also mentioned favorably. There are mixed comments on the storage and size, and the touch screen and GPS navigation get less positive views.

design, portability, durability, battery, screen

performance, usability, reliability, GPS navigation, touch screen

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the Lenovo Yoga Book Android YB1-X90F (ZA0V / ZA0W) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 99/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review: A keyless laptop from the future... that's stuck in the past

 

The Lenovo Yoga Book is the keyless laptop from the future, albeit available in the here and now. It's one of those rare products that's not just different for the sake of it, but truly innovative in its thinking, by combining a two-in-one light-up...

Outside the box thinking, Halo Keyboard isn’t the keyless gimmick you might think, multiple usage scenarios with touch panel input and included Real Pen stylus, learns as you go, thin and lightweight design

Keyboard often misses first press, slow microUSB 2.0 takes years to recharge, limited power, some will never get over Halo Keyboard’s learning curve, overly complex and convoluted for many, where to keep the Real Pen stylus (and why the physical change...

It's rare that a product could be called revolutionary in its thinking, but that's certainly an accolade that could be awarded to the Lenovo Yoga Book.

Nov, 2016

Expert review by: Joe Osborne (techradar.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review

 

Is this the netbook of the future – the ultra netbook?

Insanely thin and light ; Halo Keyboard surprisingly accurate ; Excellent display ; Clever Create Pad

Woefully underpowered ; Dated microUSB port

Lenovo has crafted a brilliant, forward-thinking device that could very well create a subcategory in computing all of its own. But, with low-power components inside holding it back against the tablet competition, it’s tough to outright recommend you...

Nov, 2016

Expert review by: What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review

 

Unique 2-in-1 tablet and laptop offers plenty of look-at-me functionality

Clever design ; Superb build quality ; Unique usability ; Decent battery life

Performance can be sluggish ; Screen needs more punch ; Audio lacks cohesion and dynamics

Innovative design shows promise, but performance falls short in too many key areas

Mar, 2017

Expert review by: (stuff.tv)

Lenovo Yoga Book with Android review

 

This keyboard-toting tab is crying out for creative types to take note

Minority Report styling ; Awesome double-act keyboard and drawing pad ; Decent performance and battery life

Get ready for plenty of typos (at first) ; Multi-window isn’t perfect yet ; Few dedicated drawing apps on Android

It’s so kooky, we just can’t help loving the Yoga Book’s concept - even if it’s not perfect

Nov, 2016

Expert review by: Michael Passingham (trustedreviews.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book

 

The Yoga Book is one of the most exciting products of 2016, with a form factor never seen before in a mass-market consumer device. You can type on it, write on it and copy your physical notes into digital form. As a concept, it was a regular...

Nov, 2016

Expert review by: Darien Graham-Smith (alphr.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book review: The weirdest laptop of 2016

 

Gloriously slim and lightweight, but the Lenovo Yoga Book's touch panel keyboard and lack of power undermine its appeal

Dec, 2016

Expert review by: Alfred Siew (techgoondu.com)

Hands on: Lenovo Yoga Book lets you scribble naturally November 18th, 2016 | by Alfred Siew PC 0 Lenovo’s Yoga Book has the familiar two-in-one Yoga d

 

The Yoga Book has a stylus that lets you change out a pen tip for an ink tip. This lets you capture both a digital and physical version of the notes.

Nov, 2016

Expert review by: Florian Wimmer (notebookcheck.net)

Lenovo Yoga Book Android YB1-X90F Convertible Review

 

Multitalented. Would you like a tablet which is also a graphics tablet? Want a keyboard too? The Lenovo Yoga Book Android offers all this and more. We will check how well the device performs in our in-depth review.

graphics tablet, lots of accessories, innovative input concept, useful Halo keyboard, very flexible, yet sturdy hinges, decent screen, barely heats up, good speakers

Halo keyboard hard-to-read in bright lighting conditions, graphics tablet has some flaws, quiet creaking noises, slightly superfluous software, GPS module is unreliable, only 12 months warranty

The Yoga Book occupies a special place in our hearts and runs well even with Android. In fact, in some areas, it can even outperform the Windows tablet. The design of this device is unique and it is a true joy to see the "watchband" hinges in action....

Expert review by: Sebastian Jentsch (notebookcheck.net)

Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 Windows 64GB LTE Convertible Review

 

Sketchbook for creators. Not satisfied with stylus inputting on a tablet? Lenovo now has the handy solution for all creative minds: Write with ink on paper and work digitally, anyway. The 10-millimeter Book is not an all-rounder, but it can do more...

design and stability, firm hinge, touch keys' good feedback, touchpad very comfortable to use, sketch & write on paper, battery's all-day runtime, bright, high-contrast panel, decent 8 MP camera

few interfaces, no DIN A5 paper size, sluggish eMMC, no maintenance options

Open, take notes, and think creatively: The Yoga Book, in fact, seems like a home run since so many input options in one device and pen inputs via paper was not invented until now.

Expert review by: Jerry Jackson (NotebookReview.com)

Lenovo Yoga Book (Windows) Review: Better Than Android

 

The Lenovo Yoga Book is far more than just a competitor to the Microsoft Surface. Is this Windows-based notebook worth more than the lackluster Android version? Read our review to find out.

Beautiful display ; Premium thin and light design ; Excellent writing with Create Pad and Real Pen ; Great battery life

Halo Keyboard doesn't feel great when typing ; Real Pen doesn't offer full functionality on the screen ; Mediocre performance

Nov, 2016