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Still under factory warranty for 100+ days
Only issue with this unit is one small ding on the top and 2 small dings on the bottom. Other than that, it is in excellent condition. Super fast and battery last a good while.
*Stylus pen not included*
Cost $1500 new, asking $750 free shipping to the US. Buyer pays paypal fees if he/she chooses that payment option.
I noticed that the sound was only working with headphones and had to send it in for service, luckily it was still under warranty. Turns out to be a motherboard issue and Lenovo didn't have the part in stock, could take about a month to receive the part. After much discussion with my Lenovo case manager, we agreed to replace the unit with a new one. Problem with that is Lenovo didn't have another Yoga 920 in stock with similar specs as my machine and they no longer offer 920's with the 4K display. After more discussion, I was offered either a refund or a similar spec unit. No longer able to locate my original sales receipt, I opted for a different unit. I found a Lenovo Yoga 730 with 16GB and a 1TB SSD but no 4K display and decided to accept this unit.
Long story short, I will be receiving a brand spanking new 730 as replacement for my 920, do you guys think I made a wise choice?
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The efficiency of two screens equally sized with equal numbers if pixels are equal. The time spent by a 4:3 user complaining about 16:9 is proportional to the inefficiency working with a 16:9 display, therefore the amount of useful work extracted is equal.
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