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Pros: Excellent display, easy to read. Very fast startup with Windows 10 (still learning OS however). Like the hideaway Micro SD slot, great for storing movie, music and download files. Easy to use and overall experience has been great.
Cons: The Touch Pad is very sensitive and I find that the pointer tends to "fall away" just as I am pressing the Left Mouse area, which results in having to re-position the arrow or hand to complete the execute action. I also find that sometimes the page size is adjusting (both large and small) when both my fat fingers are "hovering" over the pad on the left and right sides while viewing a page. I prefer using my M325 Mouse, and use it whenever possible, space permitting.
Overall Review: I would strongly recommend this unit to others. I was looking at the Surface and bought this instead. Lots of "pros" for both, but this one has more "bang for the buck" IMO. Given that there is only one USB on the right side (a second one if you count the dual power/USB charging port on the left side), I strongly recommend the purchase of an AVLT Power USB adapter which is as thin as the screen, has four USB ports and pivots 90 degrees to allow access to the power button and the mini HDMI port.
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Pros: Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 700 80QL0020US comes with keyboard and stylus for those of you wondering. Trackpad isn't as sensitive as others have remarked about. M5 with 8Gb ram and the 256 Gb SSD is fast. The 530 buck price was nice too ;-)
Cons: Could use another USB
Pros: -Compact, stylish
-Nice IPS screen with minimal backlight glow and decent colours
Cons: -Power problem appears quickly and causes start-up issues, it is now a stylish and flat brick
Overall Review: I purchased this on December 17th for my wife's 40th birthday, as she had an aging laptop from another brand. She has since used it possibly 8 times since then, mostly to watch videos and some light web surfing. Yesterday she informed me that the unit unexpectedly turned off and she had some difficulty turning it on. After me intervening and getting it back up and running it was fine. This morning the same issue, but this time it could not complete a system restore point to get it back up. It also now only shows the white LED next to the camera when I try to turn it on, and about 60% of the time I can see the backlight on the display glowing, but no response. I have since tried a system restore from the actual BIOS screen (which really just invokes Windows restore) and it gets to a point of system restore, says "preparing Drivers etc..." and then just goes black again. This is the second, and now likely last Lenovo product I will buy. My first laptop (an Ideapad y500) is decent enough, but suffers from a weird "right speaker loud, left speaker quiet" issue, and now this. So far, I'm very unhappy. I wish I had heeded my wife's advice which was "Just return it, don't waste your money."
Pros: - Well built product but light weight, good specs, good price
- The magnetic attachment is solid, I was a little worried about losing connection.
- The setup was fast
- I never had any tablet products before, but I have no complaints. I am not used to navigating with touchscreen, but it is not hard to pick up.
Cons: - The one I had was missing the driver for the keyboard and touchpad. This made the initial setup kind of annoying. There is a touchscreen keyboard you can activate. If you had the same issue I did, you will want to install the drivers from Lenovo Support. I installed Elan Touchpad Driver and Folio case firmware before my touchpad/keyboard worked. After installing the drivers there were no problems.
- There's only 2 usb ports, one is for charging. The other could be taken up by the pen/stylus holder which they made to go into a usb port. For what I use this for it isn't a big deal, but it seems power connector and pen holder could be done without taking up the only 2 available usb ports.
Overall Review: My driver issue seems to be an anomaly. Most of the issues I read when searching, were things like it not being enabled, not missing the driver entirely.
Pros: All in one, keyboard and stylus included
Regular USB (2 ports)
Great Sharp screen
Responsive Touch Screen
8GB Ram/256GB SSD super cheap(at least on mine 509.99)
Cons: Built Quality
Keyboard/Folio Driver and firmware issues
No back-lit keyboard
Easy to lose, useless Stylus holder
Overall Review: If you want a Surface-like computer this is a good option, mine 80QLS come with keyboard and stylus. 8gb or ram and 256gb ssd hard drive. Is perfect for basic computer things, is like light and portable all I need. and for 510 dollars is a steal.
Pros: Updated to the latest drivers immediately and found no problem with keyboard and track pad as some have complaint about when I research this unit. Performance is fluid, program and apps installed and update fast, way faster than a ATOM based tablet with slow EMMC drive. Core M5 is pretty fast, it should compare well against a Surface Pro 4 with Core M3, accept for no backlit keyboard. The digitizer is solid, good fit for a large hand.
Cons: The Wacom AES pen tip is a regular type, write on glass feel, no dampening or resistance. ThinkPad 10 included a pen with tip that feel like writing on paper.
Overall Review: Ordered during 2016 Black Friday Sale, received a new unopen box. Found the side edge stickers to be difficult to remove the glue. Researching this topic lead me to believe this is the earlier batch back before Lenovo heard the complain and changed the glue on those stickers. BUT imagine my surprise when the Lenovo Companion app updated and report that the warranty period started since 2015-12-16 and now have about 2 months left in warranty. WHAT THE H***! Minus 2 egg for this.