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Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga (New) 11E 11.6" Touchscreen Convertible Ultrabook, Intel N2940 Quad-Core, 128GB Solid State Drive, 4GB DDR3, 802.11ac, Bluetooth, Win10Pro $265 Shipped @ WOOT

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Last Edited by annie930ny August 1, 2016 at 10:32 AM

Key Features:
•Get reliable performance from the Intel N2940 Quad-Core 1.83GHz processor
•11.6" HD LED-backlit Touchscreen IPS display with 1366 x 768 resolution showcases movies and games in stunning clarity
•4GB DDR3 memory - For multitasking power
•SATA 128GB solid state drive for an amazingly smooth and fast computing experience
•Enhanced viewing with the integrated Intel HD graphics
•Connect to a broadband modem or router with wired Ethernet, or wirelessly connect to a Wi-Fi signal or hotspot with the built-in 802.11ac wireless connection
•Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3s players
•Windows 10 Professional is so familiar and easy to use, you'll feel like an expert. It starts up and resumes fast, has more built-in security to help keep you safe, and comes with great built-in apps like Maps, Photos, Mail & Calendar, Music, and Video
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128gb ssd and n2940 is a nutty combo
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Feel like there's a catch I'm not seeing...
Parts like SSD and memory not replaceable or something?
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How can they possibly call this an Ultrabook with THAT processor?! That's a re/up-badged Atom processor from the Bay Trail line. Yes, it's a "modern day" Atom, and thus much more potent than those terrible Netbooks from circa-2009, but still..I would never classify it as an Ultrabook-level CPU.

The pairing of it with an SSD is very interesting, though. A lot of people say the Bay Trail Atoms were held back because of the - usually included - crappy EMMC storage, and that if they had an SSD, the performance would be a lot better. I think there's some merit to that, but only in general Windows use, such as browsing, launching apps, etc. The performance will start to suffer significantly in any application that is single-threaded (many games) or relies on CPU a lot.
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best laptop for the money I ever owned. built like a truck, great audio, and ports galore.
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