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Review: Lenovo Yoga 300 - Mustek

It’s been a little while since we had a look in at Lenovo’s current range of convertible notebook/tablets and given that they’ve got a new model on the way… it seemed like the time was right. This is the Lenovo Yoga 300, a. 11.6-inch convertible that packs in a lot of power for its size. As well it should.

Lenovo have given the Lenovo Yoga 300 a Celeron dual core from Intel, the N2840, and have followed up the processor with 4GB of DDR3 system memory.

The screen is a 1366 x 768, 11.6-inch touchscreen display with ten-finger multitouch. We can understand that last point, as you’re going to be using this convertible as a tablet only at least some of the time.

But it’s much more than just a slate. The Windows 10 operating system lives on the 8GB SSD drive but you’re not confined there in terms of space. The SSD is just a boot drive, there’s also a 2.5-inch 500GB main drive for all your files and other important things. Like music.

Also included is the all-important keyboard bit, which allows the Lenovo Yoga 300 to be used in either Laptop, Stand, Tent, or Tablet Mode. Just to be clear, to get that last mode working you just remove the keyboard for a while.

Bluetooth, Lenovo’s Motion Control tech and USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports are also included with the Lenovo Yoga 300. Tell us again why you need a laptop AND a tablet?

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