Lenovo YogaBook C930 | One month review
I’ve been using the Lenovo YogaBook C930 for over a month now and this creative dual-screen laptop has plenty of plus points, especially for drawing and sketching – designers will love the natural feel of the second e-ink display. However, performance and battery life aren’t as strong as similarly-priced rivals – here’s my final review for all you need to know.
Typists beware, the lack of a physical keyboard is an issue. And gaming is limited to basic titles, thanks to the older Core-i5 chipset and 4GB of RAM.
However, the Yoga C930 is one of the most slim and light laptops we’ve tested in 2019. If portability is high up your list, then this is one of the best around. It’s just a shame Lenovo’s notebook can’t serve up all-day battery life too.
As for the rest of the specs, you get plenty of storage but just a pair of Type-C USB ports. And the fingerprint sensor is sadly less than stellar.