Lenovo Yoga 7i 14-Inch Laptop Review: A Versatile, Attractive Performer (2022)

Rating:
8/10
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  • 1 - Absolute Hot Garbage
  • 2 - Sorta Lukewarm Garbage
  • 3 - Strongly Flawed Design
  • 4 - Some Pros, Lots Of Cons
  • 5 - Acceptably Imperfect
  • 6 - Good Enough to Buy On Sale
  • 7 - Great, But Not Best-In-Class
  • 8 - Fantastic, with Some Footnotes
  • 9 - Shut Up And Take My Money
  • 10 - Absolute Design Nirvana

Price:
Starting At $1,094.99

Lenovo Yoga 7i 14-Inch Laptop Review: A Versatile, Attractive Performer (1)

Lenovo’s Yoga series of laptops have always been excellent showpieces for the versatility of modern Windows operating systems. Fortunately, the Yoga 7i 14-Inch laptop (Yoga 7 14IAL7) also adds some surprising performance to its bag of tricks for a relatively low price of just $1199.99.

With support for touchscreen and pen input, as well various screen orientations (including tablet mode), Yoga laptops have a lot of use cases. When married to slick aesthetics, strong security features, a bevy of ports, outstanding battery life, and enough oomph to power through all kinds of productivity apps, you know this laptop is a winner.

Of course, there’s no such thing as perfection, and even with all of its strengths, there are still a few weaknesses that may give some potential buyers pause.

Here's What We Like

  • Vibrant touchscreen-capable display
  • Excellent battery life
  • Plenty of ports
  • Face recognition and fingerprint reader
  • Great aesthetics

And What We Don't

  • Mediocre keyboard
  • Not the best viewing angles
  • Glossy screen picks up glare

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Table of Contents

Getting Started: Saying Hello to Windows
Fit and Finish: Sleek and Professional
Performance and Battery Life: Fast and Long-lived
Sights and Sounds: Colorful and Clear
Display: Sharp and Bright
Audio: Good With Tweaks
Microphone and Webcam: Hearing and Seeing Is Believing
Should You Buy the Lenovo Yoga 7i 14-Inch Laptop?

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Getting Started: Saying Hello to Windows

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  • Processor: 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1255U, 1700 MHz, 10 Core(s), 12 Logical Processors
  • RAM: 16GB LPDDR5, 4800MHz
  • Graphics: Intel(R) Iris(R) Xe Graphics
  • Operating System: Windows 11 Home
  • Hard Drive: 512GB SSD

The unboxing experience is unremarkable in that it’s simple and straightforward. In the box is the Yoga 7i 14-Inch laptop, 65W USB-C AC adapter, and a quick start User Guide. The quick start User Guide is little more than a port diagram and instructions on plugging in and powering on. Between the screen and keyboard is a tissue paper insert that tells you how to boot up your new laptop, switch performance modes, turn on or adjust the keyboard backlight, where the speakers are, and how to place the computer in its different orientations.

The quick start User Guide contains a QR code to scan with a more detailed combined online user guide for all Yoga 7 and 7i models. This online user guide provides additional information on the ports, the pre-installed Lenovo-specific apps and functionality, power management, and support.

As with most Windows laptops, you just have to power on to begin the guided Windows 11 Home setup. You can use the built-in webcam’s face recognition capability or the built-in fingerprint reader, or both, to login with Windows Hello. Of course, even with both of these options present, you’ll still need a pin code as a backup.

In setting up and using both the face recognition and fingerprint reader, I had no issues quickly logging in or confirming my identity with either option. It’s definitely a huge convenience having both secure login options onboard. Both the face recognition and fingerprint reader also work with various other apps through Windows Hello integration to greatly reduce your reliance on having to type in passwords manually.

Fit and Finish: Sleek and Professional

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  • Dimensions: 0.68 x 12.47 x 8.67in (17.35 x 316.66 x 220.25mm)
  • Weight: 3.3lb (1.5kg)
  • Display: 14-inch 2.2K LCD (2240 x 1400) IPS, glossy, touchscreen, 300 nits, 100% sRGB, 60Hz, 16:10, Low Blue Light
  • Audio: 4x speakers (2x 2W tweeter, 2x 2W woofer)
  • Ports: HDMI 2.0 connector (full-size), 2x Multi-purpose USB Type-C connector (Thunderbolt 4-enabled), microSD card slot, Combo 3.5mm audio jack, USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A connector (always-on)

The Stone Blue exterior of the Yoga 7i is sleek and professional looking. Under most environmental conditions, the exterior feels cool to the touch. Another plus is that the slightly matte finish resists fingerprints.

There’s a noticeable gap between the screen and the chassis of the laptop that distinguishes it from typical designs. The rotating hinges are smooth and robust, allowing the screen to be positioned securely at any angle, including completely folded like a tablet.

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The large trackpad is smooth and responsive, with easy taps or full clicks to replicate left and right mouse buttons. Two finger scrolling works well to replicate a mouse’s scroll wheel. Although I’m personally not a fan of using a laptop’s trackpad to mouse around, even I have to admit that Lenovo’s implementation on the Yoga 7i is top-notch and all but eliminates the need to use a separate mouse or trackball.

The keyboard offers a soft, but relatively responsive typing experience, but I would have liked a faster key bounce back. I could feel a key tilt slightly if I didn’t hit it dead center, but this is not unusual for a laptop keyboard. Overall, it’s not the best laptop typing experience I’ve ever had, but has comfortably spaced keys and plenty of wrist-rest space despite the footprint of the oversized trackpad.

The top row function keys default to useful quick launch actions like volume up/down, brightness up/down, computer lock, launch calculator, screen snip, and more. Pressing the Function (FN) key gives you access to the secondary function of F1 – F12, as well as Insert and print screen (PrtSc).

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Even with how relatively thin and light the laptop is, there’s no lack of useful ports. On the left side is a full-size HDMI 2.0 connector, 2 multi-purpose Thunderbolt 4-enabled USB-C ports, and a microSD card slot. On the right side of the laptop is a combo 3.5mm audio jack and USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A connector. The power button is located to the right of the USB 3.2 port.

Performance and Battery Life: Fast and Long-lived

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  • W-iFi 6E 802.11AX (2 x 2)
  • Bluetooth 5.2
  • Battery Type: 4-cell Lithium-ion polymer (integrated)
  • AC Adapter: 65W, USB-C

The Yoga 7i took about an hour to fully charge with the included AC adapter from a 40% battery level. With Lenovo’s Rapid Charge Express feature, you can get approximately 3 hours of runtime from a 15-minute charge. Overall, maximum battery life on a full charge is up to 18 hours of video playback, or up to 16 hours of more mixed usage based on the MobileMark 2018 (MM18) battery-life benchmark.

Of course, for everyday use, which includes Wi-Fi, good screen brightness, and liberal use of web browsing and various productivity apps, battery life expectations are much lower. For instance, with my heavy usage and preference for a brighter screen, I was averaging just under six hours of battery life.

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The laptop itself only needs 20V and 3.25A to run, so you have many options to replace the somewhat clunky AC adapter. In fact, you can use something like the UGREEN Nexode 65W USB-C Charger to match the 65W of the included AC adapter and give yourself two additional charging ports, especially if you don’t want to always charge other devices off of the Yoga 7i’s own USB-C and USB-A ports.

I installed and ran a bunch of my favorite apps, including Microsoft Office 365, Adobe Photoshop via Creative Cloud, Google Chrome, and Steam. Installations and setups were smooth and quick, highlighting the expeditious performance of the solid state drive, memory, and processor.

While I was pleased with the Lenovo Yoga 7i’s performance during everyday usage, I also ran three standard benchmarks on AC power to get a better sense of the system’s limits. These tests were also an easy way to really push the laptop’s internal fans to their max, which makes you appreciate how little they’re used under typical operating conditions.

The first test was with PCMark 10, which analyzes non-gaming performance like web browsing and productivity apps. The final averaged score was 5,251, which is better than 56% of all results and ranked higher than a 2020 gaming laptop (4,515) and a 2020 office laptop (4,611), but below a 2020 gaming desktop PC (6,739). As the data shows, this laptop makes a strong general home or office machine.

The second test was with 3DMark, which covers modern gaming performance. Although the integrated Intel Iris Xe Graphics are not optimized for gaming, the Lenovo Yoga 7i scored a respectable average of 1,794 on the Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark. You won’t be able to run most of the latest high-performance games with respectable frame rates even below the laptop’s native 2440×1440 resolution, but with a few tweaks, slightly older games, or less graphically intensive games, should perform well.

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For example, running games like Battlefield V, GTA V, and Fortnite at 1920×1080 resolution will garner an average frame rate of greater than 30 FPS, while trying to match the laptop’s native resolution will drop the average framerate well below 30 FPS. Some of the more demanding titles, like Red Dead Redemption 2, will average below 20 FPS even at a modest 1920×1080 resolution, making for a truly choppy gameplay experience.

The third and final test was with VRMark, which is a virtual reality (VR) benchmark. The Lenovo Yoga 7i is not advertised as a VR-capable laptop and its average score of 1,866 confirms that fact, with an estimated average performance of just 40 FPS when the target is at least 109 FPS.

Sights and Sounds: Colorful and Clear

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  • Display: 14-inch 2.2K LCD (2240×1400) IPS, glossy, touchscreen, 300 nits, 100% sRGB, 60Hz, 16:10, Low Blue Light
  • Audio: 4x speakers (2x 2W tweeter, 2x 2W woofer)
  • Webcam: 1080p FHD IR Camera with Privacy Shutter

The built-in monitor is impressive, with rich colors and deep blacks. When viewed at an angle, the screen does darken a bit, but it’s a fair trade-off for such a pleasing straight-on experience. The glossy finish is prone to picking up reflections, so those who prefer a matte finish may be disappointed, but there’s no denying how vibrant everything is thanks in part to being Dolby Vision certified. It would be nice to have the display itself go closer to the edges as there’s a thin black border all around the screen, but it remains aesthetically pleasing.

The Yoga 7i is also optimized for Dolby Atmos audio, so this quality also extends to the sound. The four speakers, two on the top to the left and right of the keyboard and two directly underneath towards the front, pack a good punch.

Display: Sharp and Bright

Lenovo Yoga 7i 14-Inch Laptop Review: A Versatile, Attractive Performer (10)

Although 16:9 aspect ratios are the standard for TVs and some monitors, the Yoga 7i has a 16:10 aspect ratio with a resolution of 2240×1400. While 16:10 has less direct support in gaming, it does provide greater resolution within the 14-inch display size, playing to the Yoga 7i’s strengths with web browsing and productivity software.

The display is at its best when at maximum brightness and running off of the AC adapter. As someone who prefers bright screens over dim displays, I found the 100% brightness setting to be uniformly vibrant without blowing the colors out. Only when the screen dropped below 75% brightness did I find it uncomfortably dark. But again, as someone whose eye comfort is maximized with lots of light in the room and bright screens, this is to be expected.

On battery power, with the screen at the recommended 61% “Battery Saving” brightness using the included Lenovo Vantage device management software, the screen is noticeably dim, but still usable. I suspect many people could go down to as low as 55% without much discomfort, which of course extends the already stalwart battery life.

As you would expect, when used outside on a sunny day, screen visibility drops dramatically and the display effectively becomes a mirror. It’s a bit easier to see in the shade, but this is not the best laptop for outdoor use.

While general HDR is not supported, streaming full-screen HDR video is. With the right content, colors and brightness differences really pop, but it’s fair to say that even non-HDR content looks really nice as well thanks to Dolby Vision.

Connecting an external display is easy over either of the 2 USB-C ports, which support both Thunderbolt 4.0 and DisplayPort input. When used with a monitor like the INNOCN Ultrawide 40-Inch 40C1R that also provides power over its Type-C connection, the laptop can both display and charge with one cable.

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When put into Stand, Tent, or Tablet modes, the keyboard and trackpad are disabled. This leaves the touchscreen and any external keyboard or mouse you may want to use as your primary input options. Of course, the screen can be placed at any angle, even completely flat, which is really convenient.

The responsiveness of the touchscreen is exceptional, but you can also add the optional Lenovo E-Color Pen ($79.99) if you want even finer, pressure-sensitive control. Unfortunately, there’s no place to store the pen in the laptop.

Audio: Good With Tweaks

The four built-in speakers sound good and have first-rate overall clarity for a laptop. Even at 40% volume, the speakers get quite loud. Depending on the audio content, the speakers do suffer from noticeably more distortion around the 60% mark, which can fill a good-sized room with sound. There’s not a lot of bass, but the default sound profile should still have sufficient punch to satisfy most ears without resorting to further adjustments.

Tip: In Windows 11, the Enhance Audio checkbox can be found under System > Sound > Properties.

The default Spatial sound type is Dolby Atmos for built-in speakers and, as is typical with that particular audio setting, it makes music sound flat without “Enhance Audio” set to on. With “Enhance Audio” on, music sounds superb. On the other hand, with or without the “Enhance Audio” setting enabled, movies and games sound excellent.

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Microphone and Webcam: Hearing and Seeing Is Believing

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The built-in microphone array, which is found to the left and right of the webcam, has good clarity and does a nice job of picking up the position of your voice even if move to the right or left of the laptop. As with the built-in speakers, the microphone array is no substitute for a good external solution, but you’ll have no trouble with most use cases.

The webcam, which creates a slight bump at the top of the screen, has a full HD resolution of 1920×1080 and works well in just about any lighting conditions. You can tell when the webcam is on thanks to its handy indicator light. Of course, if you want privacy, there’s a manual shutter, which is nice in theory, but something I found a bit difficult to open and close with shortly cropped fingernails.

Should You Buy the Lenovo Yoga 7i 14-Inch Laptop?

What makes a good general-purpose laptop? Key features are a great screen, keyboard, trackpad, battery life, and of course, performance. The Lenovo Yoga 7i not only offers leading examples of most of those features, it also has the added benefit of a touchscreen and the versatility to transform into Notebook, Stand, Tent, and Tablet modes.

If you don’t mind missing out on high-end gaming and VR applications, there’s little the Yoga 7i can’t handle. While some may take issue with the high gloss, and thus, high reflection screen, under most conditions the benefits in color saturation and clarity more than make up for the occasional glare.

With its high-performance components, highlighted by a robust processor, a good amount of RAM, and an impressive array of feature-packed ports, the $1199.99 price point goes down easy.

Rating:
8/10

Price:
Starting At $1,094.99

Here’s What We Like

  • Vibrant touchscreen-capable display
  • Excellent battery life
  • Plenty of ports
  • Face recognition and fingerprint reader
  • Great aesthetics

And What We Don't

  • Mediocre keyboard
  • Not the best viewing angles
  • Glossy screen picks up glare

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FAQs

Is Lenovo Yoga a good computer? ›

Currently, we recommend the Lenovo Yoga 9i as the best all-around Lenovo laptop for most people for it's a slim, lightweight 2-in-1 (meaning the touchscreen can be spun around to lay flat, so it doubles as a tablet) that delivers good performance for an affordable price.

Is Lenovo Yoga 7i good for students? ›

The Lenovo Yoga 7i is good for school use. It's a well-built laptop that's easy to carry around, and its battery lasts a little over 15 hours of light productivity, so you don't have to worry about bringing the charger with you. The keyboard feels great to type on, and the touchpad is responsive.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i have a camera? ›

A: This Lenovo Yoga 7i 15, model number 82BJ007TUS, ships with a HD 720p webcam with Privacy Shutter and Dual Array Microphones, built in. Be sure that the Privacy Shutter is in the OPEN position before you access the webcam.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i have a touchscreen? ›

The Lenovo Yoga 7i starts at $899 at Best Buy, which is the version we tested. This model comes with an Intel Core i5-1135G7 CPU, 12GB of DDR4-3200 RAM, a 512GB SSD and a 14.4 inch 1080p IPS touchscreen.

When did the Lenovo Yoga 7i come out? ›

8th January 2020

Is Lenovo better than Dell? ›

In comparison between Lenovo VS Dell, overall, Dell laptops are a good option in terms of price, but when it comes to other factors like innovation, battery life, and specifications, then Lenovo laptops top the list. Aside from being rated as the best laptop by most people, Lenovo laptops offer great value for money.

Is Lenovo better than HP? ›

Lenovo vs HP Laptops: The Final Verdict

Lenovo is the better option if you're looking for the most value for your money since they dominate the market for professional and business laptops. HP laptops, on the other hand, frequently have higher-quality components, while being more expensive than Lenovo's equivalent.

What is the difference between 9i and 7i? ›

The Lenovo Yoga 9i 14 (2021) is essentially a more premium model of the Lenovo Yoga 7i 14 (2021). The 9i has a sturdier build, a better display with higher contrast and brightness, and much better-sounding speakers.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i have USB ports? ›

Lenovo Yoga 7i (14-inch) ports

On the left side, there are two Thunderbolt 3 ports, while the right side features one USB Type-A port and a headphone jack.

Does Lenovo make good laptops? ›

The best Lenovo laptops consistently rank near the top of our overall best laptops rankings. From the excellent ThinkPad business laptops to the sleek Yoga notebook and affordable IdeaPad laptops, Lenovo offers something for all types of laptop users.

Is yoga c740 same as 7i? ›

The Yoga 7i is the next generation of the Yoga c740. In comparison, it has the newest tiger lake processor, better battery life and thunderbolt 4 compatibility.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i come with charger? ›

There is a USB-c type AC adapter/charger and a Quick Start User Guide included with the Lenovo Yoga 7i 15 model number 82BJ0001US. The power cord will plug in to the left side of the computer.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i have HDMI port? ›

The Lenovo Yoga 7i-14 model number 82BH0006US, uses a Thunderbolt 4.0 port for video out to an external monitor. You can connect an HDMI monitor to this laptop but using a Thunderbolt to HDMI adapter.

What charger do you need for a Lenovo laptop? ›

"Lenovo 45W Standard AC Adapter (USB Type C)...

Does the Lenovo Yoga 7i have a backlit keyboard? ›

A: Yes, the Lenovo Yoga 7i-15 ships with a backlit keyboard.

Can you upgrade Lenovo Yoga 7i? ›

Search. A: No, the 8GB DDR4-3200MHz RAM this model ships with is soldered to the motherboard and is not upgradeable.

How do I turn on my Lenovo Yoga 7i laptop without power button? ›

The guide shows you how to turn on Lenovo laptop without power button. Step 1: Disconnect the cable that connect the power button to the motherboard. Step 2: Remove the laptop battery and plug the laptop into a wall socket. Then the device will power on.

How much RAM does the Lenovo Yoga 7i have? ›

Lenovo Yoga 7i Home & Business 2-in-1 Laptop (Intel i7-1165G7 4-Core, 12GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, Intel Iris Xe, 15.6" Touch Full HD (1920x1080), Fingerprint, WiFi, Bluetooth, Win 11 Pro) with Hub.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i have Windows 10? ›

Lenovo Yoga 7i 2-in-1 15.6-inch FHD Touchscreen Premium Laptop PC, Intel Quad-Core i5-1135G7, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 10 Home 64 bit, Gray. Learn more about free returns.

Where is Lenovo made? ›

Lenovo operates manufacturing facilities in Chengdu and Hefei in China, and in Japan.

Which is better Asus or Lenovo? ›

Although the two brands are fairly close, Asus might just edge out Lenovo as a brand. It will ultimately come down to which models you're looking at and what type of user you are, but overall, Asus has slightly better build quality and better performance in the top-tier sector.

Is Lenovo better than HP and Dell? ›

Lenovo laptops have an average display quality. Its sound quality is better compared to HP and Dell laptops. The battery capacity of the Lenovo laptop is more enduring. Its build quality is good but weaker than HP and Dell laptops.

Which brand of laptop is best? ›

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  • Lenovo. ...
  • Dell. ...
  • Acer. ...
  • Asus. ...
  • MSI. ...
  • Microsoft Surface. Microsoft Surface is a crowd pleaser for various reasons. ...
  • Razer. The gaming laptops from Razer with their powerful sensors and amazing display features justify their high price tags. ...
  • Samsung.

Which 2022 laptop brand is best? ›

Best laptop 2022: 15 best laptops you can buy
  • Apple MacBook Air (M2)
  • MacBook Pro (14-inch and 16-inch)
  • MacBook Air (M1)
  • HP Spectre x360 14.
  • Asus ROG Zephyrus G15.
  • Asus Zenbook Pro Duo 14.
  • Asus ROG Zephyrus G14.
  • Asus Chromebook Flip CX5.
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Is Lenovo a Chinese company? ›

The company was incorporated in Hong Kong in 1988 and would grow to be the largest PC company in China. Legend Holdings changed its name to Lenovo in 2004 and, in 2005, acquired the former Personal Computer Division of IBM, the company that invented the PC industry in 1981.

Is Lenovo laptop durable? ›

Industry-leading product testing for durability and reliability. Since 2007, Lenovo has used the US Department of Defense's MIL-STD 810G* standards to help our products strike a perfect balance of value and durability right out of the box.

Is the Lenovo Yoga 9i good? ›

Lenovo fixed pretty much every issue I had with last year's Yoga 9i, and I'm very happy with the result. The device is also, however, currently much harder to get one's hands on than it was last year. This is a good laptop that keeps getting better, and I wish it weren't so difficult to buy right now.

Is the Lenovo Legion 7i good? ›

Verdict: Ultra-Fast at an Ultra Price. The Lenovo Legion 7i blew the doors off our gaming tests with its high-powered Core i9 and GeForce RTX 3080.

What is Lenovo's return policy? ›

For purchases from Lenovo.com, all returns must be initiated within 30 calendar days of the invoice date. For purchases from Lenovo Outlet.com, all returns must be initiated within 14 calendar days of the date of invoice.

What is unique on the display of Yoga 7i? ›

The Yoga 7i 16 (Gen 7) brings a larger display, extra number pad for the keyboard, larger touchpad, more ports, and optional 12th Gen Intel Core H-Series CPUs and discrete Intel graphics.

How do I turn off my Lenovo Yoga 7i laptop? ›

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What is the audio feature available on Yoga 7i? ›

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Combined with loud stereo speakers, the content watching experience is actually better than most ultrabooks in this range.

Which series of Lenovo laptop is best? ›

Best Overall - Lenovo IdeaPad S540 11th Gen Intel Core i7 33.78 cm (13.3") QHD IPS Thin & Light Laptop. With its 11th Gen Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor and Intel Iris Xe Integrated graphics, the Lenovo Ideapad S540 is the best overall Lenovo laptop on this list.

Is Lenovo worth buying? ›

Though Lenovo isn't as recognizable as brands like Apple, Dell, or HP, the buyer benefits from that with more competitive pricing for a computer that is often just as reliable and powerful as its more expensive counterparts. You just may want to consider Lenovo as your next laptop buy.

Why are Lenovo laptops so popular? ›

Lenovo has a well-deserved reputation as the king of productivity. With their focus on long battery life and great usability, Lenovo's best laptops, especially its ThinkPads, take away some of the annoying friction that prevents you from completing your tasks.

How much does the Lenovo Yoga weigh? ›

15. 6" Full HD 1920 x 1080 10-point multitouch screen; 360-degree flip-and-fold design; LED backlight. Weighs 4. 45 lbs.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i come with microphone? ›

1-1 of 1 Answer. The Lenovo Yoga 7i-15 ships with dual array microphone supports WoV (Wake-on-Voice), capability. The microphones are located near the built in webcam at the top middle of the screen bezel.

What charger does Lenovo Yoga 7i use? ›

65W USB C Laptop-Charger Fit for Lenovo-Yoga-7i-9i 14" 15" 2 in 1 AC Adapter Power Supply Cord - (UL Safety Certified Products)

How do you charge 7i Yoga? ›

The port for charging the Yoga 7i-14 is on left side of the device and it has a electrical plug icon next to the Thunderbolt icon. Only use this port for charging the computer. Plug your AC adapter/Charger into the wall socket, then plug into the proper charging port on the computer.

How do I connect my Lenovo Yoga laptop to my TV? ›

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How do I connect my Lenovo Yoga 7i to a monitor? ›

The Yoga 7i 15 has a Thunderbolt 4.0 port with video out capability for connecting an external monitor, and the laptop display making the second screen. You can connect an HDMI monitor to this laptop by using a Thunderbolt to HDMI adapter.

Can Lenovo Yoga support two monitors? ›

Setting Up Multiple Monitors on Your ThinkPad | Lenovo PC - YouTube

How can I charge my Lenovo laptop without charger? ›

How To Charge Laptop Without Charger - YouTube

How much does a Lenovo laptop charger cost? ›

₹1,329.00 Fulfilled FREE Delivery.

Can you charge a Lenovo laptop with a phone charger? ›

Can I Charge My Lenovo Laptop With USB-C Phone Charger? Yes. If the phone charger is a USB-C-based charger and your Lenovo laptop has a USB-C port, you can plug it into recharge. While it will charge your Lenovo laptop, it may recharge slower than using a dedicated laptop charger.

Can you upgrade Lenovo Yoga 7i? ›

Search. A: No, the 8GB DDR4-3200MHz RAM this model ships with is soldered to the motherboard and is not upgradeable.

How do I turn on my Lenovo Yoga 7i laptop without power button? ›

The guide shows you how to turn on Lenovo laptop without power button. Step 1: Disconnect the cable that connect the power button to the motherboard. Step 2: Remove the laptop battery and plug the laptop into a wall socket. Then the device will power on.

How do I turn off my Lenovo Yoga 7i? ›

Ways to Power Off the Lenovo Yoga 260 - YouTube

Is yoga c740 same as 7i? ›

The Yoga 7i is the next generation of the Yoga c740. In comparison, it has the newest tiger lake processor, better battery life and thunderbolt 4 compatibility.

Does Lenovo Yoga 7i have SIM card slot? ›

The Intel Evo-Certified, Lenovo Yoga 7i-14 does not have a SIM Card slot for broadband/cellular data connectivity. The Yoga 7i-14 ships with Intel 6G 2 x 2 802.11AX frequency WiFi only.

Why does my Lenovo laptop turn on when I open it? ›

If you're the lucky owner of a new Lenovo laptop, then you'll have spotted that it turns itself on when you open the lid. This is a feature Lenovo call Flip to Start and it's part of their Vantage suite of utilities which help keep your machine up to date.

How can I turn on my Acer laptop without the power button? ›

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  1. Enter BIOS by pressing the “F2”, “F10”, or “DEL” keys when you start the laptop.
  2. Enter “power management”
  3. Enable Wake-on LAN and set the preferred keys for turning on your laptop.
  4. Save the settings and reboot.

How can I turn on my computer without the power button? ›

How to turn on a computer without a power button - YouTube

Does the Lenovo Yoga 7i have a backlit keyboard? ›

A: Yes, the Lenovo Yoga 7i-15 ships with a backlit keyboard.

How do I make my Lenovo touch screen? ›

How To Enable and Disable the Touch Screen In Windows 10

How do I turn on the touchscreen on my Lenovo Yoga laptop? ›

In the search box on the taskbar, type Device Manager, then select Device Manager. Select the arrow next to Human Interface Devices and then select HID-compliant touch screen. (There may be more than one listed.)

How much does the Lenovo Yoga weigh? ›

15. 6" Full HD 1920 x 1080 10-point multitouch screen; 360-degree flip-and-fold design; LED backlight. Weighs 4. 45 lbs.

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