I’m shifting lighting control platforms from ZerOS to Martin M-PC. For that, I needed a portable, flexible, touchscreen notebook with enough grunt to push a couple of DMX universes. I wasn’t expecting to find this deal so quickly so I’m a little unprepared and probably won’t be using this machine to run lighting for any festivals this summer, but I hope that by Christmas I’ll be up and running with a wing and a good understanding of the software. Stay tuned for future updates on this situation!
As for the machine itself, it’s bloomin’ gorgeous, so much nicer than I thought it’d be.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga Specs & Support:

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  1. Hi there, I was wondering if you can give me the reference for the stylus pen, I've this laptop but I'm unable to find the correct pen model that actually works on this computer, thanks!

  2. Too bad it has the track pad without the trackpoint buttons. Lenovo really fucked that up on this generation thinkpad

  3. Great video, thanks!

    I can't quite tell, is the keyboard "full size" or are the keys slightly smaller than on a normal keyboard so as to fit them in the space?

  4. Great video as usual! Will def take a look at adding one of these to my collection. The "Yoga" part of this one is very similar to my Acer Spin. It comes in handy on work sites to watch vids on an external optical drive. But i will eventually replace that with a portable HD instead of lugging disks around.

  5. Bought an Acer R11 Chromebook on recommendation and quickly regretted it due to the inability of Chrome OS to work with a lot of every day apps or programs. I put up with it for 6 months and looked hard to find a laptop that was the same physical size (portability requirements) and had a full 2:1 touchscreen ability. This old tech is so much better and your vid put my mind at rest as I lashed out a couple of hundred on a refurbished 8GB version. Thanks buddy.

  6. Apple, eat your heart out! And Steve, try not to spin too much in your grave. Man, it's funny how Apple has fallen behind in all things Mac, whether desktop or laptop. Other companies are leading the way while Apple fiddles with mobile devices and their media-related things. Good money for them, I guess, but not good news for the Mac.

  7. Man, I thought Youtube was broke and I'd just not seen your videos in my recommendations, but, no…:/
    Hope you're all good man!

  8. I bought a ThinkPad T60 to tinker around with!
    Gonna replace the BIOS with LibreBoot and use Parabola Linux or something on it

  9. Hey Tom! I need help since I've never owned a Mac and I need help since I've watched you for a while! My question is a Mac pro 2008 still good? Thanks

  10. Hay! Just started watching your channel. Not sure why or how but your video series from 6 years ago (New PC Build, where you had the 5770 but it was faulty) was on my recommended videos list. It was really cool to see that tech again.

    Loving the 'The Worlds Fastest Power MAC G3' series at the moment. Love your enthusiasm and how genuine you are!

  11. This machine hase a M2.2242 ssd slot so you are NOT limited to the SATA3 interface.

    Infact I am quite sure that you have a 16gb M.2 SSD that is used to speed up the boot but you can replace it by a bigger one.

    Refs: https://support.lenovo.com/fr/fr/solutions/pd029828
    I think this should do: https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/Kingspec-120GB-HDD-22-42mm-NGFF-M2-SATA-SSD-Solid-State-Hard-Disk-Harddisk-Drive-for/32465074880.html?spm=a2g0w.search0104.3.11.SxbICA&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_3_10152_10065_10151_10068_5430020_5410020_10305_10304_10307_10306_10137_10060_10302_10155_10154_10056_10055_10054_10059_100031_10099_5400020_10103_10102_10052_10053_10107_10050_10142_10051_5380020_10084_10083_5370020_10080_10082_10081_10177_10110_10111_5420020_10112_5390011_10113_10114_10312_10313_10184_10314_10315_10078_10079_10210_10073-10050_10111,searchweb201603_19,ppcSwitch_5&btsid=216ba67a-2e9b-4051-8f40-e95ebd958019&algo_expid=1d27776e-8902-46de-b9a2-50f32c24ba6b-1&algo_pvid=1d27776e-8902-46de-b9a2-50f32c24ba6b

  12. funny, i got my x250 with a backlit keyboard with one year warranty with lenovo, so i got the trackpoint buttons (main reason i would never get a XX40 series thinkpad , i got my x250 for $340 and it is in excellent consition, but i still use the x220 a lot more, the keyboard from the x220 kicks the x250's keyboard

  13. Coming from another MPC user with a tablet (Surface Pro 3), A decent USB3 hub is great for running an ethernet adaptor and an M-touch. Lets you pick the tablet up and busk nicely.

    I didn't watch the whole video, you might have covered it. The best value artnet node is the Chauvet DMX AN. You could set one port to "Input" and connect you 88 desk to it and map it in software.

  14. I just want to get my mitts on one of the Thinkpads from the mid to late 90's. Those things were TANKS!. They were made of the same stuff that makes up the airplane black boxes. I'm pretty sure it's dwarf star alloy.

  15. mini HDMI that relay odd inclusion because its not like the standard HDMI socket is huge. The standard HDMI socket is shorter than and not much wider than the USB A socket. A laptop aimed a business users should still be rocking VGA or at the very least mini display port.

  16. I would have never guessed there was another visually impaired PC builders (I don't know if you call yourself an enthusiast) unless l00p built his PC. I have albinism, which im going to guess you also have, given your hair color, if not correct me.

  17. Brillant deal on that little ThinkPad! 🙂 Looking really nice for a just a lighting machine. Could do a lot more if you were up to using Windows more often 😛

  18. Great video Tom…so weird that the laptop would have a moving HDD instead of a n SSD?When you consider the fact that a moving HDD will be damaged if it is flipped around almost at any point.


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