So i actually got this a few days ago, and something that surprised and pleased me was the tutorial it gives you before you start using the yoga book to familiarize you with the features and general use. I thought that was a fantastic touch. The packaging in the box and the box itself are really beautiful, so props to the design team on that one. The holo keyboard is an awesome touch, and the drawing pad when you chose to draw, can either be the best thing or a nightmare depending on the software you use. If you're a new artist, or new to drawing tablets, the learning curve can be a bit rough. Im new myself to using a tablet thats disconnected from the screen, but you get used to it pretty fast and it's a lovely experience not having to lug around a computer with me. The tablet is lightweight, fast, and beautifully designed. the touch screen is receptive, fast, and i love that it can get very dark if youre using it at night. The pen is also very comfortable and easy to use.
Now on the my criticisms.
this thing has HUGE battery, consequently that means it takes a very long time to charge. it also did not come holding a charge, so i couldn't use it out of the box and had to wait a few hours.
the holo keyboard is also kinda hard to use at first, and it tends to miss the first keystroke for some reason. with a bit of time it's been getting a bit easier but still difficult to use. I've seen that lenovo did include an article about how to type faster and better with it though.
Occasionally the wacom-esque part will also miss strokes while drawing, but thats a lot easier to work with, just make the line again.
overall i think it's great quality and at least in my experience, didnt break the bank. definitely worth a purchase if you need a good tablet/laptop.
quick note aside, in terms of primary use, i use it for my art hobby, but nothing of the sort is really listed when it comes to the review. Regardless, good job on a great product Lenovo! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]