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Lenovo uses touchpads according to Microsoft's Precision-Touchpad standard in all their new laptops, which is also the case in the IdeaPad 520s. Consequently, the use of the touchpad is good and gestures work perfectly and precisely.

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The IdeaPad laptops were announced in January 2008. The first three models in the product line were the Y710, the Y510, and the U110. Some of the features that defined these first three models were widescreens, VeriFace facial recognition, frameless screens, touch controls, and Dolby speaker systems.

The IdeaPad design marked a deviation from the business-oriented ThinkPad laptops, towards a more consumer-oriented look and feel.Among these changes were a glossy screen and the absence of the traditional ThinkPad TrackPoint. Notebook Review said the keyboard had a ‘"distinctive ThinkPad feel" and "the touchpad and touchpad buttons were smooth and responsive.

On September 21, 2016, Lenovo confirmed that their Yoga series is not meant to be compatible with Linux operating systems, that they know it is impossible to install Linux on some models, and that it is not supported.

This came in the wake of media coverage of problems that users were having while trying to install Ubuntu on several Yoga models, including the 900 ISK2, 900 ISK For Business, 900S, and 710, which were traced back to Lenovo intentionally disabling and removing support for the AHCI storage mode for the device's solid-state drive in the computer's BIOS, in favor of a RAID mode that is only supported by Windows 10 drivers that come with the system. (This is also noted to make the creation of Windows installation media more difficult than it normally is, as the process requires extracting a storage driver and loading it during the Windows installation process, or else the installer will not see the SSD.

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Miix 700

The IdeaPad Miix 700 is a hybrid device with a detachable soft keyboard cover, stylus, and kickstand. The kickstand is designed for multiple positions and allows the display height and angle to be adjusted. The Miix has 2160 by 1440 pixel multitouch IPS display. The Miix 700 has one USB 3.0 port, one USB 2.0 port, a micro-HDMI port for video and audio out, a slot for LTE or 3G cellular data SIM cards, a MicroSD card slot for user expandable storage, and a combined headphone/microphone jack.

Business Edition

The Business Edition is a variant of the Miix 700. It is also a hybrid device with a 1440p display. It weighs 3.2 pounds with the keyboard attached. It is available with various Intel Core M processors with the most powerful being the Core m7. It comes with as much as 8 gigabytes of RAM and a 256-gigabyte SATA solid state drive. The main feature that distinguishes the Business Edition from the standard Miix 700 is its Trusted Platform Module chip that works with bundled software to provide "enterprise-level" security

MIIX 300

Lenovo unveiled a Windows 8.1 tablet at Mobile World Congress, called the IdeaPad MIIX 300. It is a mid-size tablet, weighing at 0.8 lbs. (360 g), 0.4 inches (9.3 mm) thick, and length and width will be 5.1 × 8.5 in. (130 × 215 mm). According to preliminary reviews, other features include pixel density of about 188 ppi and has an IPS screen which supports wide viewing angles. It has a micro-USB port and an on-screen Windows button. Powered by a quad-core Atom Bay Trail chip, the MIIX 300 will provide 2 GB of RAM, and internal storage capacity will top out at 64 GB. It will come with Windows 8.1 with Bing and a year’s subscription to Office 365. Battery life is around 7 hours for a single charge.

MIIX 310

The MIIX 310 is a Windows 10 tablet with a detachable keyboard. It has an Intel Atom X5 8300 processor with integrated graphics. 128 gigabytes of eMMC internal storage come standard. A 1080p display, cellular data in the form of 4G LTE, extra memory up to 2 gigabytes are available as upgrades. Lenovo claims the device achieves ten hours of battery life. 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi comes standard.

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Lenovo IdeaPad 520s-14IKB (Core i5-7200U, 940MX) Laptop 

Processor Intel Core i5-7200U
Graphics adapter NVIDIA GeForce 940MX - 2048 MB, Core: 1083 MHz, Memory: 1253 MHz, GDDR5, 373.50, Optimus
Memory 8192 MB  
 
Display
14 inch 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixel 157 PPI, N140HCA-EAC, IPS LED, glossy: no Mainboard
Intel Kaby Lake-U Premium PCH Storage
Ramaxel RTNTE256PCA8EADL, M.2 GB  
 
, SATA-III SSD, 185 GB free Weight
1.616 kg ( = 57 oz / 3.56 pounds), Power Supply: 223 g ( = 7.87 oz / 0.49 pounds) 

Case 

Compared to the predecessor, the case of the IdeaPad 520s-14IKB has been completely reworked. The choice of materials has remained the same: aluminum for the palm rest and display cover, and plastic for the base unit and display frame. Yet the IdeaPad 520s is clearly distinguishable from its predecessor. The bezels, which as mentioned before are much narrower mainly on the sides, are now made from black, instead of silver plastic. The edges are now diamond cut, which gives the device a higher-quality impression, and the sides of the base unit are less rounded. Overall, the case gives a more modern and better-quality visual impression than the IdeaPad 510s-14ISK. Haptically, both devices are very similar.

For case stability, metal is of course never a bad choice, even if the whole case is not made from aluminum. In this price range, cases made entirely from metal are not customary, although there are exceptions, such as the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air. The IdeaPad 520s cannot quite keep up with such designs or the XPS 13. For example, the display cover can be pushed in slightly, but only a strong pressure on the panel shows a visual effect. In contrast, the palm rest is very resistant to point-pressure and can hardly be pushed in, even in the center. The base can only be twisted minimally. The display proves to be more flexible, but still has an advantage compared to the plastic display covers.

Fortunately, there was no sloppiness when assembling the test device and the workmanship is absolutely flawless. All the gaps between the case parts are even and narrow, and there are no sharp edges. However, the hinges are not perfect. Although they allow opening the display with one hand, they bounce back a little. The maximum opening is 180°, which deserves some praise.

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