The CRN Test Center put the Lenovo Yoga 920 to the test in its latest video.
Lenovo's Yoga 920 is a 13.9-inch convertible notebook that has style, performance and some useful extras. It features a 4K display that's ultra-sharp and bright, and overall it's the best screen we've tried in the past year. Lenovo pioneered the 2-in-1 notebook with its Yoga line. And it's clear to us the company continues to lead the category with the Yoga 920, which features a metallic watchband hinge for 360 degrees of flexibility.
The laptop works with Lenovo's Active Pen 2, and we found it to work smoothly in our tryout. The Yoga 920 also fixes flaws that appeared in its predecessor, the Yoga 910. The previous keyboard had a misplaced shift key on the right side that led to typing mistakes. That issue is fixed in the Yoga 920. Lenovo also has put the webcam back where it belongs, above the display, rather than beneath the screen on the previous model.
On performance, the Yoga 920 is one of the first on the market with Intel's eighth-gen processors. The performance was ultra-speedy in our tryout, and we got a respectable seven hours of battery life. On portability, the Yoga 920 weighs just 3 pounds and is very thin too.
The only issue we have with the Yoga 920 is the fan, which came on loudly during charging. The starting price of the Yoga 920 is $1,200. For all it offers, we think that's a really good value. Overall, the Yoga 920 is as good as they come for Windows 2-in-1s right now.