Lenovo Yoga 520 Review: Premium looks and performance

Lenovo Yoga 520 Review: Premium looks and performance

Lenovo Yoga 520 Review: Premium looks and performance

While the Yoga 720 offers the leading Windows 2-in-1 devices, the notebooks of yoga 520 laptops will appeal to consumers looking for affordable and affordable windows. We currently use 4 GB of variable RAM of the 520 Convertible Yoga which is supported by the Core i5-7200 CPU and priced in Rs. In the Indian market let's try to understand what the Yoga 520 offers to the table in terms of performance and features with the help of this review.

Build and Design:

The Lenovo Yoga 520 convertible maintains a good balance between elegance and durability. Onyx Black 2-in-1 looks like its shape and its appearance of oxidized aluminum as an Ultrabook marker at a price around Rs. 1 Lakh Yoga 520 is also compact but feels heavier ounce than other 14-inch notebooks. The convertible car weighs 1.75 kg and has dimensions of 12.9 x 9 x 0.8 inches. The laptop has beveled edges designed for a clean, modern look.

Lenovo Yoga 520 Review: Premium looks and performance

Premium Appearance:

The 2-in-one looks more comfortable when you open the lid and start working on it. The quality of materials used in construction is first class. The oxidizing metal sheet combined with the shiny silver lining around the touchpad and the outer layer of the base plate give the Yoga 520 the highest quality feeling. The hinge that holds the cover is very strong and provides enough power to hold the laptop in storage mode. However, if there is no slot or space associated with the solid spindle, you should make an extra effort to open the cover and start using the Windows device. The Toshiba 520 convertible features an up-to-date touch pad that provides trouble-free comfort and improved control. Available in various forms of Mineral Gray, Onyx Black and Metallic Gold.

Ports and connectivity:

 There is no compromise with respect to the access points. The left side of the laptop has an HDMI output, a USB 3.0 port, a USB Type-C port, and a headset jack. On the right side, you'll find a Kensington lock slot, SD card slot, and another USB 3.0 port.

Lenovo Yoga 520 Review: Premium looks and performance

Hardware and Software Performance: 

At Rs. 63,999, the review module was shipped with 4 GB of RAM, 1 TB hard drive and Intel Core i5-7200U chipset with clock speed of 2.50 GHz. The graphics were handled by the Intel 620 HD GPU. This set is not entry level Completely expects that the ideal performance is not fair. 4 GB RAM prevents you from performing multiple operations and your convertible car has problems with multiple tabs in Chrome. I dealt with problem 520 with good heat dissipation during normal tasks such as navigation, YouTube, VLC playback, etc. However, the surface of the convertible car has been heated, and fans have caused noise while compressing VLC videos or performing any other intensive resource task.

 I would recommend advanced users to choose a variable of at least 8 GB of RAM to experience Windows without delay. For flawless performance, you can choose the 8 GB RAM variable of up to 512 GB of PCIe SSD + 1TB SATA HDD and uses up to the eighth generation Intel Core i7 CPU. Alternative 8GB of RAM with 1 TB of Rs Hard Drive. 5000 extra and this makes it more logical.

For software, Convertible software is running Windows 10 Home Edition with MS Office installed already. There are a few other applications preloaded on your device, including McAfee antivirus, the Lenovo application browser, the Lenovo Companion application, and the Lenovo Vantage application that helps you personalize the computer experience on the go.

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Battery Backup:

The Yoga 520 battery backup can easily last up to 6 hours in intensive use, which is good. Using moderate usage patterns, the convertible battery can touch about 7 hours or more through a single charge. The laptop battery is recharged quickly, making it a good Windows device for users who travel a lot.


Lenovo Yoga 520 is a good purchase for users looking for a Windows device that offers something more than the standard features of a notebook. The 8Gb RAM with the 7th generation Intel (Intel) CPU combined with a bright touchscreen makes it the ideal device for work and play. Sound performance and battery backup are noticeable, and the overall appearance of the convertible will not disappoint you at all. In general, this is good for Windows fans who are specifically looking for a full touch screen device from Windows.

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