Every Yoga 910 comes with a standard fingerprint reader that can be used with Windows Hello in Windows 10. It does its job, though like others we’ve tried, it’s not perfect. It can become confused, especially if you accidently graze the reader, rather than deliberately placing a finger on it. Still, there’s no harm in including it.
The keyboard and touchpad get it done
Lenovo’s keyboard design is extremely consistent, with almost all its laptops featuring a unique key shape which is rounded at the bottom, rather than square. The Yoga 910 is no exception. This design is meant to feel more natural, since people tend to hit the bottom of the keycap, rather than the top.
The fastest dual-core laptop yet
Our Lenovo Yoga 910 came with a Core i7-7500U processor, a chip that may feel familiar, as a lot of recent review systems have had the same. What’s different here, is that the Core i7-7500U processor is standard, not an option. Every Yoga 910 buyer will receive this level of performance.
The hard drive is quick, too
Like so many of its competitors, the Lenovo Yoga 910 has a 256GB Samsung PM951 solid-state hard drive that connects over PCI Express using the Non-Volatile Memory Express standard. This drive has performed well in the past, and performs well again here.
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