Lenovo Yoga 710 testing, benchmarks.

Posted on 14 March 2016, Last updated on 15 March 2016 by

What a nice surprise! The Lenovo Yoga 710, announced last month and not due on the market for a while, is here on the desk in front of me at CeBIT. At first glance I wasn’t sure what it was. Thin, light, great screen, good keyboard and a Core m5. A look into the hardware revealed the Lenovo 710. Take a look at the images, the video and the notes below.

Cinebench R11.5 multi CPU 1.52 points.
Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL 14.35
Max sequential disk read speed: over 450 MB/s

The keyboard is quite good, as is the screen. The only issue I can see now is the lack of ports. You’ll need to carry a bunch of USB adaptors!

I’m a fan of the Lenovo Miix 700 but this Yoga 710 might be better. I’ll be doing some more testing over the next few days so stay tuned.

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