Lenovo Yoga C630 Review: A Sleek, Always-Connected PC with Amazing Battery Life


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  1. Beware my Lenovo Flex 5 from Costco broke within it's first 3 months (screen just stopped working) so please be mindful of these convertibles from Lenovo

  2. Lenovo is so confusing about their pen support, all their other 2 in 1s use Wacom AES but ln this one they used here is ntrig…..????

  3. Another great review! Thank you Daniel! Don’t suppose you would consider doing a video of this device vs the Surface Go with LTE?

  4. Okay so I saw while he used the pen it stalled on him. Is that just due to using the surface pen. Like how with the envy x2, the surface eraser doesn’t work 100% of the time but is good with hp’s pen? Or should we see it stalling with pen usage no matter the n-trig type pen.

    Also does the eraser stall on this one too?

  5. Your on the cutting edge Daniel !. No one else is has reviewed this yet . I’ve been using it for a week now and it’s excellent! I work for an airline and use it in the field for revenue management everyday.

  6. Great, informative review, as always. With Chrome for ARM64 coming soon, and with Edge moving to Chromium, I think good times are ahead for Windows on ARM.

  7. So Lenovo starting to move from aes to n-trig, well it's not really good for drawing but at least it easy to find in my country compared wacom aes pen.

  8. 1:56 that Chromebook shade is real.

    I miss the watchband hinge. I have the original Android Yoga Book and it's a beautifully crafted device. I'd love to see that come back with an ARM-based chip. I can't fathom why Lenovo didn't put the 850 SOC in the new Yoga Book instead of the Core series chips. ARM would have been far better suited to the intention of the Yoga Book.

  9. The limitation with regular executable apps is a dealbreaker for me. Hopefully they can come up with a workaround in the next year or two.

  10. I'm ready for my next main computer to be a Snapdragon device. I don't need the most power, but I do need efficiency and battery life. By the time my XPS15 dies, I'm hoping we have more screen sizes to choose from for Snapdragon devices.

  11. This guy say if they ever release new chips? Like Qualcomm just announce the new chipset like 3 days ago? What he talking about…

  12. Amd 8 core 16 thread with a 100% colour accurate display and Vega/ Navi 20 GPU for 1000 usd and under 2.5 kgs is way way more interesting… This is no different from a mobile phone with keyboard

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  14. Everybody wants to know! what happen when you handle it as a tablet, what about the keyboard keys in the back? isn't it akward for hands to feel the keyboard in the back of the tablet? Are the keyboard keys touching or being pressed when supported on a table? Please, this is important info! Thanks!

  15. cant wait for the future where snapdragons and apples A12x or whatever comes after are in laptops and powerfull enough with great battery life!

  16. Haven't got mine below 80% in daily use using LTE. Working great on T-Mobile. For work it is amazing, I mainly use Microsoft apps that are mostly compiled for ARM anyways so no speed issues here. My only wishes are for some sort of SD card slot and better speakers.

  17. Any chance we could see/read an article about how the HP Envy X2 is these days? Has performance improved with the latest feature updates?

  18. These are extremely overpriced when you compare the performance and what you can run on Snapdragon vs Intel processor in the same price range and reason for the pricing are smartphones that now costs this much with the same processor, but this is when you realise that all this talk about smartphones truly replacing pc's and being as powerful as them is just a marketing to blow up those prices to match the prices of pc's lol.

  19. Recommendation needed here: surface Go or the C630 ? as a secondary computer for light office work and "coding" with R cran and Python. mostly worry about the ARM compatibility stuff. Thanks, man. nice review.

  20. i been thinking about Lenovo cant find it in costa rica so here i saw dell hp am just looking to buy a pc laptop for editing photos 8gb if required

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