Lenovo Yoga 510: Review, Full Specs, Price in Nigeria.

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 Okay.
I’m bringing in a laptop on this one. And guess what? It’s from Lenovo.
The Yoga 510 is a 14” adaptable (or convertible) laptop with amazingly awesome features.

    In truth and honesty, I’m impressed by one of its “older brothers”, the Yoga 700 which I dropped its review here a long time ago. It was the last Laptop I reviewed here and it’s such a coincidence that this is coming from the Lenovo Yoga series as well.

    Know why they call this series yoga? Read the Yoga 700 review and this article to the end, you’ll know why. Let’s go!

Review

Jump to Specs
    The Yoga 510 features a 14 inches FHD IPS display. In Lenovo’s words, “The vibrant 14” FHd (1920*1080) display yields bright, detailed visuals for outstanding performance in gaming and multimedia”. Its multi touch feature supports up to 10 points and the Comms? It features WLAN, LAN, Bluetooth v4.0, USB v3.0(two) and v2.0(one),  HDMI, 4-int card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC) and Audio Combo jack. Impressive.

    It’s a known fact that 75% of convertible laptops come with 512GB HDD. Well, Lenovo stepped one foot ahead in this one as the Yoga 512 comes with 1TB HDD and 8GB of RAM. It runs windows 10 on 2.3GHz Dual-Core  Core i5-6200u processor, 3MB cache and AMD Trade on R5 M430 (2gb) graphics card. That’s superawesome

Read: Asus Zenpad 10 2300C Review

    Powering the combo above is a 2-cell Li polymer 5200mAh battery. Not only that, it features the fast-charge technology. While the battery life will definitely keep you busy and away from your charter for 8 long hours, you quickly get back bother full-charge in just about 2.5hours. Amazing, isn’t it? Just for the record, it has an awkward 1MP fixed focus CMOS camera installed as the webcam.

    One feature I mustn’t forget to Mention is bits multi-usage ability.
PC? Check!
Tablet? Check!
Tent? Check!
Standing? Check also!
It can be used in 4 different positions, pick one that best suit your needs.
It’s also worth mentioning that the Yoga 510 could be gotten in two colours, Pearl white and Ebony black. I love the black.

    Looking up the Yoga 510 for its price in Nigeria, it falls between #275,000 to #300,000 price range in slot, on jumia and On Konga. Prices may be different from Vendors or  Lenovo Outlets, it depends on many factors.

Read: A Look At ASUS X553MA… It’s Big – But Cheap

Opinion

    In my opinion, the Lenovo Yoga 510 is a good one. It’s a mid-range convertible laptop and affordable.
Considering the review and specs above, the Yoga 510 is good for both office and personal use.

Full Specs

Back to Review

Launch

Announced 2016
Status Available. Released 2016

General

Navigation Touchscreen, Track pad, Keyboard, Mouse
Battery 52.5whts 
Colours Ebony Black, Platinum Silver 

Display

Resolution 14-inch 1920 x 1080 FHD display, 157 ppi
Touchscreen 14.0 inches
Multi touch Yes, up to ten points

Platform

Os Windows 10 Jome
Chipset
CPU      6th Gen Intel Core processors 
GPU AMD Radeon R5 M430 

Storage

RAM 4GB 
ROM 1TB
SdCard Yes,

Camera

Webcam 1MP 
Features Fixed

Comms & Networks

WiFi Yes, 802.11
HDMI Yes
USB 2.0, 1 port. 3.0 2 ports.
Bluetooth Yes
VGA  Yes
Ethernet Yes
SDslot Yes
Headphones Yes
Webcam Yes
Displayport No
Sim Type
GSM/CDMA
3G Yes
4G Yes

Sensors

Compass/Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor Yes
Gyroscope No
Fingerprint No
Temperature sensor No

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