Lenovo Yoga 730 Review The Yoga 730’s 13.3-inch, 1080p is sharp,
but many colors just looked undersaturated, and there was a noticeable yellow tint.
I watched the latest trailer for Deadpool 2, and while I had a few nice laughs at the
jokes, I couldn’t help but notice how the slightly
browning trees around the X-Mansion had an orange-yellow look. A scene featuring Colossus has a slight yellow
tint on most monitors, but the color was overpowering on the Yoga. I tried changing the color temperature in
Lenovo’s Vantage software, but that only made the issue worse. With just under 1.1 millimeters of travel
and keys that take 70g of force to press, the Yoga 730’s keyboard is stiff and uncomfortable. While I never felt like I was bottoming out,
I also didn’t get the clicky, tactile feeling I expect from a good keyboard. The 4.1 x 2.7-inch touchpad is extremely spacious
for the size of the deck, so I had plenty of room for gestures and navigation. This laptop uses Windows 10 precision touchpad
drivers, so I could perform complicated gestures like
three-fingers swipes to the side to switch between apps as well as simple acts like pinch-to-zoom. The Yoga 730 makes some trade-offs for its
thin design. The worst is battery life, which, at 7 hours,
is more than an hour below average. The keyboard is shallow and on the stiff side. And though the laptop’s screen covers a large
part of the color gamut, some colors just didn’t look right. If you don’t need a 2-in-1 and can pony up
a little more, consider the HP Envy 13t, which has a stunning design, an amazing keyboard
and almost 10 hours of battery life. The Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 starts way cheaper,
but it has a dim display and a stiff keyboard. The Yoga is a bit of a disappointment this
time around, because three of the most important features fell down in some way.
We’d suggest looking at this one only if you need a really small 2-in-1. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
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