Lenovo YOGA 720 2-in-1 13.3” Full HD TouchScreen Laptop, Intel Core i5-8250U 1.6GHz, 8GB Memory, Customize SSD, Wireless-AC, Bluetooth, Fingerprint Reader, USB Type-C, USB 3.0, Windows 10 Home, Platinum Silver

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$879.00 $699.00

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  • 8GB DDR4 RAM for fast multiasking
  • Upgrade SSD for fast bootup and smooth gaming experience, available at 256GB|512GB|1TB SSD
  • 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U, Integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • 13.3″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare Multi-touch, 802.11 AC (2 x 2) + Bluetooth 4.1
  • Windows 10 Home, 2 x USB Type-C with Thunderbolt, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x Audio jack

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Product Overview

Ever more chic

The Yoga 720 13” is a truly multimode device, elegantly designed to be equally stylish as you transition from tablet mode to laptop mode and back. Available in sophisticated Iron Grey.

Premium & portable

Weighing in at a featherlight 1.12 kg / 2.47 lbs and polished in premium aluminum, the Yoga 720 will complement your style no matter where the day takes you.

Everything you do, better & faster

The Yoga 720 is packed with speed and power to amplify your productivity. The latest 8th generation Intel Core i5 processors offers up to a 40 percent performance boost with unprecedented touchscreen and pen responsiveness, faster bootups, and seamless multitasking.

Get it in ink

The Lenovo Active Pen 2, sold separately, provides the natural feel of a pen-on-paper experience. With 4,096 levels of pen sensitivity, it has twice the accuracy of competitors’ pens.

Click your Bluetooth-enabled pen just once to open Windows Ink. Draw on a map to get turn-by-turn instructions, get creative and draw, paint, scribble, and more.

Never be chained to an outlet

Thanks to Rapid Charge technology, fifteen minutes of charging will give you two hours of use—and with up to 11.5 hours of battery life to begin with, you’ll never be slowed down by a dwindling battery.

Fast & secure

Log in to your Yoga 720 and make secure payments through PayPal with just one touch of your finger via Windows Hello. Wrapped in three layers of on-device security, you’ll never have to worry about passwords. Rest easy.

More than just connectivity

Featuring the revolutionary connection technology of dual Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, the Yoga 720 offers swift, versatile connection to high-res display, high-performance data devices, and more—all while charging at faster speeds.

Speak to Cortana from across the room

Meet Cortana, your own voice-activated digital assistant who answers your questions, opens apps, sets reminders, and more. The more you use Cortana, the faster you work.

Life in high-def

With the razor-thin 5.9mm bezeled screen, the Yoga 720 displays movies, video, and Skype calls in clear high-definition. With 300 nits brightness, you’ll see every detail.

360° sound

Experience truly immersive sound with Dolby Atmos, which creates a three-dimensional audio space. Sound comes alive with fullness and depth when you listen through headphones.


  • Lenovo


  • 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U

Operating System:

  • Windows 10 Home


  • 13.3″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare Multi-touch


  • Integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620


  • 720p HD


  • 8GB DDR4 RAM


  • Solid State Drive: 128GB | 256GB | 512GB | 1TB


  • Up to 10.5 hours


  • 2 x JBL speakers
  • Dolby Audio Premium


  • 2 x USB Type-C with Thunderbolt
  • 1 x USB 3.0
  • 1 x Audio jack


  • 802.11 AC (2 x 2) + Bluetooth 4.1


  • 12.2 x 8.4 x 0.6″ / 310 x 213 x 14.3 (mm)


  • 2.9 lbs(1.3 kg)


  • Platinum Silver

Standard shipping is via UPS/Fedex Ground. The estimated delivery time will be approximately 3 – 5 business days from the time of order. 

Express shipping is via UPS/Fedex. The estimated delivery time will be approximately 1 – 2 business days from the time of order. 

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An additional Shipping and Handling fee will apply to express shipments. This fee will be quoted at checkout. 

*Delivery is not available to Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
If you are shipping this item to the State of California, a California Electronic Waste Recycling fee will apply to your order at checkout. 

Additional information



Platinum, Silver



Graphics Type


Processor Type

Intel Core i5

Screen Size


Screen Resolution

Full HD

Operating System

Windows 10 Home

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  1. MikeS

    Fantastic portable powerful computer


    I think this was the best choice I ever made in a computer. It’s well built, has a slick metallic finish, excellent keyboard (even back lit), good speakers for a 13.3 and an extremely fast solid state hard drive (my model has 250 gb with 8 mb of RAM. Folks don’t even think about getting anything less than 8 megs of RAM if you are running Windows 10. I quickly exchanged a lower model that had a standard ATA hard drive (500 gb) but only 4 MB of RAM and all of my work slowed to a crawl waiting for apps to open, for apps to save work. This baby is an absolute powerhouse demon. It’s way faster than my desktop which has a huge screen. The colors and screen I find to be quite beautiful and clear. The battery life for me is great – I’m averaging I think between 5-7 hours and the unit is quiet — I don’t even think I’ve ever heard a fan come on — it generates very mild heat – compared to some of the nightmare models that I’ve seen in other reviews that get so hot you cannot even keep it on your lap, this is a godsend. The only small issue I had (and only discovered it after about 2 weeks of use) was when I went to use the camera for a video conference, it wasn’t working. Well, actually, there was nothing wrong with the camera. I did a quick Google search and found others had the same issue while running Windows 10. I just had to uninstall the camera and reinstall it (along with the drivers) and wallah! The camera works perfectly. It’s extremely light. I zip it up in a sleeve, and put the sleeve in my briefcase and I’m good to go. the power cable is normal size – no big transformer. The ports are fine – its got two of the newest USB ports and one legacy USB port – good enough for me. It also folds back to be used as a tablet – which also works very well. For the price, I would say this is quite a powerhouse. I’m extremely happy with my purchase.

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  2. AlabamaPaul

    So impressed, I bought two


    My wife and I both had Toshiba 15.6″ laptops that were over six years old, so we were in the market for an upgrade. My wife also uses an iPad for reading.

    After a lot of research, I decided the Yoga would fill the needs of both of us. I got them on sale for $699 each with the generation 8 Intel processor. I use a Dell laptop with SSD drive for work, but these Lenovo Yoga’s 2-in-1’s blow it away. They boot very fast, load web pages and applications quickly, and come with very little “bloatware” that is found on most consumer computers.

    When I first got the computer setup, I was a bit concerned with a yellowish tint the screen had, which was bad enough to make me consider returning them, but after a bit of Googling, I discovered how to eliminate that. There is a small pinhole just in front of the audio jack that can be used to boot the computer into BIOS. Press the Fn key by itself, and then F9 (do not press at the same time). It then asks for “Optimal Load Defaults” – select Yes and press enter. Press the F10 to save and exit. This procedure fixed the yellowish tint I experienced. The screen is now looks what one would expect from an FHD device.

    I don’t use the tablet feature or the touchscreen that much, but my wife does, and she has now stopped using the iPad altogether.

    I’m so glad I found these before spending twice as much on a Microsoft Surface laptop that had fewer features, and I highly recommend them. You won’t be disappointed with your purchase.

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  3. Jack

    Good thin and light laptop. Extremely loud fan


    I bought this laptop towards the end of the school year to do my school work on. After setting it up, it is very speedy in every task, and doesn’t lag behind too much. The keyboard is fair for an ultra book this thin, but may not be up to some people’s standards, especially if you are used to a mechanical keyboard, but I found it good, with no weird or unusual quirks. The screen is a little dim for bright daylight use, but for indoors in a medium light setting, it should do just fine. The screen has a solid color gamut (range), and is a sharp, 1080p touchscreen display. The track pad is glass, and is absolutely wonderful, even for my sweaty hands. It glides around softly and isn’t too jumpy or laggy. The chassis of the laptop is sleek, extremely thin, and a metal surface all around. There is, however, a slight flex in the screen, which is a little wobbly. There is only one normal USB port, but it served as enough for me. Also, the thunderbolt addition to one of the USB Type C ports is wonderful, and great future-proofing. Now, the worst part of the laptop is by far the noise. This laptop, even when just one google chrome tab is opened, is extremely loud, for, as far as i can see, no good reason. It may be because it is such a thin laptop, with so much power, but it is nevertheless annoying. Even after I used the new “fresh start” feature, the laptop was still very loud. I am a little worried to be taking it to school with me everyday, and hope it will not distract my fellow peers or be an embarrassment. But, overall, this is a good thin and light laptop, and especially seeing that it is only $679 at the time of this review, I definitely think that it is worth it for the majority of people!

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  4. captainwolfe

    over all a good laptop


    bought this in store, the laptop is very light and easy to carry but a bit slippery so i boutht a case for it. it starts very quick due to the SSD and fingerprint reader works well to open it up. i find it does freeze up from time to time especilally when using media like skype and other. the 256 memory seems adequate for me. screen is brillinat battry life is between 6-8 hours with my normal useage. but it charges very quicky from like 20% to 100% in aabout 1 hour. one irritting feature is the trackpad, it will not allow the track pad to be permently shut off i dont like the track pad as any bump of it and you can lose alll your work or it changes pages or changes location of curser, i never had it on with my old dell computer this one you can shut it off but it randomlly comes back on whenever it feels like it there is no option to keep it off as i asked. the only other negatvie for this computer is the poor support you get from lenovo as you get the foreign support with the hard to understand accent and they dont really help much. the computer itself is very nice and well priced.

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  5. bbfanroc

    Nice, portable PC


    I have had this computer for a couple of weeks now and I am really enjoying it. Coming from a clunky old Dell Inspiron this is a nice upgrade. It’s fast, lightweight, and i’m getting over 8 hours of battery life, so much that I forget to keep track. I read somewhere that you should charge the battery fully before first use and then let it go to 0 as this calibrates the battery…? I have no idea if this is true but I did just that and I can’t believe how long I can go without a charge doing light office work, which included playing video for over 2 hours. I’m so comfortable with the battery life that I forget to bring my power cord with me when I’m on the go. The only complaint I have is that the touch screen doesn’t feel as nice as some other 2-in-1’s, and after using it for a few days I noticed that there is a very slight yellow/green tint to the display. This was driving me insane, but I was able to tweak the Intel Graphics card color settings which definitely helped. I know this is a FHD, but even computers with the same graphics card seemed to have slightly better color pigmentation than the Yoga, in my opinion. I struggled with exchanging it for another model because of this, but at the end of the day I couldn’t let it go because I love the other features.
    Also, I keep reading about fan noise. There is fan noise during first use while it’s installing updates, and maybe periodically for a couple of days, but since its completed all of the Windows installs there has been no noise at all. It’s super quiet in fact. Even with the fan going it’s extremely quiet compared to what used to be standard in older PCs. People need to maintain some perspective, it’s really nothing to complain about. I appreciate the dual fans anyway because unlike other models I tried this computer stays cool during use. Overall, I’m very happy with my purchase. I wish the keyboard had a bit more travel, and there’s the small display issue that I need to follow-up with Lenovo on, but other than that, I like it.

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