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Author Topic: Lenovo ThinkPad L390 Yoga (Core i5-8265U, 256 GB, FHD) Convertible Review  (Read 1097 times)

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Yes, you read correctly. The new 13-inch convertible is already available for well below €1,000 (~ US$1,130). Lenovo has not compromised on traditional ThinkPad features to achieve this affordable price point though. Read on to find out how the L390 Yoga and its Whiskey Lake processor perform in our tests and its competitors.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-ThinkPad-L390-Yoga-Core-i5-8265U-256-GB-FHD-Convertible-Review.407356.0.html

streug

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What about the normal version(not Yoga) of ThinkPad L390? Are you gonna do a review? Waiting for an improvement of the color space coverage of the screen... Thanks

Joshua Nixon

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I have the L380 and I actually prefer the lack of lift an lock which I had in my previous laptop. The keys on the L380 have more travel and a nicer spring than the lift and lock yoga keyboard I had in my previous Thinkpad-14, I do wish that the keys were backlit though (would be even better to bring back the ThinkLight though!). It made me think, as the site with the best laptop reviews out there the one thing I would appreciate adding to the tests is a key travel measurement as its often hard to find that spec online and for the way I type key travel is king!

I hope they keep making this model for when 10nm comes out or maybe an AMD version, I love the design but this isn't a big enough upgrade for me on the speed.

Bodo

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Hey,

does someone have any experience on how die i7 is doing in the L390 Yoga compared to the i5? Is there some performance boost or is is throttling, so there is no noticable boost?

Thanks :)

Sergio

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does someone know if you can put an ssd of 1 TB?

 

 
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