Reviewers Liked

  • Comfortable input devices despite the small form factor, Lightweight and portable chassis, Good CPU utilization and silent operation, The screen doesn't use PWM for regulating screen brightness
  • Vibrant screen, Lightweight, Good battery life
  • Inexpensive (test model), light and compact, representative unibody design, nice surfaces, Active Pen, good input devices, very good contrast ratio, wide viewing angles, exceptionally quiet, low power consumption for its class
  • Great Keyboard & Trackpad, Premium Feel Without a Premium Price Tag, Solid Everyday Performance
  • Thin and light, Inexpensive as configured, Good full HD touch display and full-size keyboard
  • Stylish design, Great display, Loud audio, Solid performance, Clear webcam
  • Great battery life, Reasonable price, Keyboard and touchpad feel great, Decent performance

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • The interior could be sturdier, Color-deficient display with low maximum brightness combines with glossy finish, Poor battery life
  • Screen glare in bright light, Some body flex, Typical laptop speakers
  • Base unit could be sturdier, two hands required to open the lid, limited number of ports, only MIMO 1x1 WiFi, only 64% sRGB gamut, slow SSD according to AS SSD, low battery capacity, with limited battery runtime
  • Limited Battery Life, Limited Port Options, No Digital Pen in the Box, The Lenovo Yoga 720 (12") is the best mid-range Windows 10 PC you can buy for the money
  • Bottom Line, Versatile albeit underpowered, the Lenovo Yoga 720 is a good choice for budget-conscious shoppers who want a well-designed convertible laptop for light tasks
  • Short on ports, Doesn't charge via USB Type-C
  • Lid doesn't quite sit flush when closed, No keyboard backlight, Low color reproduction and dim display