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Core CPU temperature
Rendering performance
Fan noise
Battery life
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Virtual Reality headset compatibility
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17 thoughts on “Lenovo Yoga 530 – 2019 review”

  • I just bought it and get this alright. Free Lenovo tablet, Touch Pen, i5 8 gen U processor, 512 NVME SSD aka M.2 ssd, 360 turn and touch 1920*1080 IPS. And cheaper than the yoga 730. Yeet

  • I own this little beast and got to say that the monitor quality is stellar, I love the colours as well as the slick bezels. I think it should be mentioned that the battery life can get up to around 8 hours with light usage, low brightness, and battery-saving mode on. It charges extremely quickly as well. I'm usually getting around 5 to 6 hours of battery life. I'd also like to add that it heats up quite quickly. While it is barely noticeable if you're just writing, it gets a bit annoying when you leave your fingers on certain keys (like WASD if you game) and is extremely noticeable, to down-right painful, when you have it on your lap. The hinge is a bit stiff, you can't open the laptop with one hand only, but I think this just goes to show how well built this machine is. The pen is very simple in design, yet still very efficient. Writing with it fells alright, although I wouldn't use it instead of a proper graphics tablet stylus. It has 2 programmable buttons and is powered by a single AAAA (yes, a quadruple A) battery that makes up like 95% of the pen's weight. The pen is still quite light, comparable to a good sturdy metal propelling pencil. The battery also comes in the package, which is neat since they're a bit expensive as well as hard to come by. However, the pen holder (which plugs to either of the USB ports) is a bit wobbly, I fear it might damage the ports.

  • Mališa Jevremović says:

    Hi!
    Does the keyboard slides inside of the case when you turn the screen around to use it as a tablet? Is the keyboard turned off?
    I saw some videos where the keyboard does not slide inside…

  • Hello mam! After my long research I decided to buy this laptop… I am a student , so I should read lot of ebooks & I will mostly use laptop for pen testing & programming…. I will use arch linux as my os.. Will surface pen works fine in linux???

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