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Lenovo Yoga c940 Review (14'') from an Apple Macbook Pro convert
I got my Lenovo Yoga c940 and just thought I'd post a review here for anyone looking at Lenovo laptops during their Memorial Day sale. I bought my computer about one month ago on sale from the Lenovo website (10th gen i7, 16gb ram, 1tb ssd, FHD). I'm switching over from a beloved mid-2012 Retina Macbook Pro (3rd gen i7, 8gb ram, 256gb ssd) that lasted me over seven years. I went with the C940 because of the price (got mine on sale plus a couple discounts for $1385 after tax), features (wanted a 2-in-1, great specs, wanted better port selection than Apple, and was tired of constantly switching between an iPad and Macbook depending on my task), and screen size (14-inches is perfect for portability and screen size IMO; 15 inches is a bit too big and 13 feels too small.
The colors! FHD is not quite as many pixels as retina, but it's hard to tell the difference on a 14-inch screen. The colors on my c940 blow away the colors on my 2012 retina pro, so I'm quite happy with that.
2-in-1! the big selling point. I love the garaged pen, it's accurate, convenient, and the touchscreen works nicely. I love just being able to flip and rotate around the screen depending on what I'm doing. I'm planning to use it as a student (hopefully when things get back to normal), and want to use the 2-in-1 functionality for digital handwritten notetaking and pdf annotation. It's also just nice to use presentation mode to watch YouTube, TV, and movies.
Ports - the USB-A port is a life saver and has come in handy many times already! Apple really annoyed me when they did away with literally every useful port back in 2016. I have an HDMI to USB C adapter for when I plug my laptop into the TV to watch stuff, but that is easy to leave in the HDMI cable in the TV so it's not too annoying. I don't really use SD or Ethernet so those are not missed.
Battery life. I mostly use it plugged in nowadays because quarantinelife but i did a few workdays on battery (web surfing, video calls, MS office, streaming video, pdf annotating) and man, this thing can run for so long! I probably got around 11 hours of battery out of it on battery saver mode and lower brightness.
trackpad - it's great! Not quite Apple quality but good enough to where I don't mind. Windows 10 gestures work great.
design - it is truly thin and lightweight, and the thin bezels look great.
fingerprint scanner - fast, accurate, and convenient!
Webcam - pretty good quality for what I need, and the webcam privacy shutter is a nice touch.
Speed - the latest intel processor and graphics means it runs much more quickly than my old macbook for everyday productivity tasks and entertainment.
The keyboard - While I have heard it's better than most other ultrabooks, coming from my 2012 retina pro, it's taken some adjustment to get used to the C940's lower key travel (though I suppose most laptops are going that way nowadays). I have adjusted now, though, and quite enjoy the keyboard! The backlit keys are nice and it is pretty typing accurate after the adjustment period.
Speakers - fantastic, the soundbar hinge is a great design and sounds incredible no matter how you've positioned the 2-in-1.
The display glossiness. I was getting some intense headaches and eye strain while using this computer, and it got so bad I was considering returning the computer. The glossiness also meant there were a lot of fingerprint smudges from touchscreen use, which got annoying. I had to switch back to my Macbook for a while. Luckily I bought a high-quality matte screen protector on Amazon (the brand is Celicious and I would recommend it; installation is tricky but the fit is great and I have taken no noticeable hits to sharpness or brightness with this matte screen protector), and it has saved the laptop for me. The screen no longer reflects glare like crazy, my eye strain is pretty much gone, and the touchscreen is actually nicer to use with finger and with pen because it has more texture.
Windows 10 stability - don't get me wrong, the last windows OS I used was Windows 7 and it worked fine. And I love some of the features of Windows 10 (lock screen functionality, start menu, touchscreen mode). but it is less stable than MacOS. I had two blue screens in my first week with the laptop (unexpected store exception), and Lenovo tech support had me reinstall Windows and set the laptop to only download updates from Lenovo's servers, not Microsoft's. Then another blue screen (critical process died), which I think was caused by a third party antivirus program I'd installed (since uninstalled, no blue screens since for two and a half weeks, fingers crossed). I complained enough to Lenovo tech support that they're sending me a replacement just in case it's a hardware issue, though. Windows 10 just doesn't quite have the stability of MacOS but you get a lot more affordability, customization, and compatibility for it.
Warranty support - my experience with Lenovo basic warranty support has been mediocre. At least three or four times I was told tech support will call me back and I never hear anything, and I have to call back myself. I will be purchasing four years of premium support to avoid this issue in the future.
A very very wonderful laptop and I'm super happy with it! You just have to mind the overly glossy screen's effects on eye strain and headaches. Not regretting the switch from Mac to Windows at all, after a month. I am really hoping it will last me 5-7 years like my macbook pro did!
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