I've consistently recommend notebookcheck as a great objective resource for years. However, I think what you're doing here is what many other sites do, tailor your reviews to suit price points rather than actual features. Focusing on the L380 Yoga, there's a very small difference in performance between it and the much higher price models, and in fact the L380 Yoga is the only model that can take 32GB RAM, which makes it head and shoulders better for some types of heavy lifting compared to the others. Yet, with a four core i7 processor it's apparently only good for word processing? Is it maybe the case isn't rigid enough, and other workloads demand dropping the computer on the floor?
Notebookcheck would also be doing a more consistent job if you'd determine whether the wifi performance was due to your model, as implied in the review, or a problem with the design generally.
I think you should fix you give a review for the Thinkpad yoga 14 2nd generation, you used to have a review of the 1st generation. Even the link you provided is wrong, they don't sell it on Lenovo and Amazon. It's Bestbuy exclusive.
FOR WEEKS NOW I've been trying to find a good solid all around notebook convertible. Really like the tent mode. powerful enough to play current video games on medium settings. Almost bought an Alienware (non convertible)
Came upon the ASUS Q551LN 15.6" Touch-Screen Laptop. hard drive can be swapped out for an SSD along with memory upgrade
really good reviews with an actual 24 minute you tube video on how to DIY upgrades
my thanks to the writers and reviewers in here that do a tremendous job sifting through the mind dazzling number of laptops out there along with their insight of processors and video cards. WONDERFUL JOB! Your site is bookmarked on my browser.
What is up with all these 10-12 inch tablets in the top convertible section? Whats with the surface in the list, if it has a detachable keyboard that is not a convertible that is a tablet with a keyboard you can attach. The people that are looking at convertibles are looking for the power of a laptop combined with the input flexibility of a tablet. They will want a little bigger screen like a 12-15 inch, more processing power and quite a few of them will want a powerful GPU like Nvidia or ATI.
Update August 2013. Here you will find the best convertibles reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchase decisions.