yeah but no but yeah but no but
1/2 off topic, cause my daughter's got a previous variant, apparently changes are, as usual with lenovo, minimal:
1. soundbar - it offers SUPERB sound reproduction. Sure, it might be 'just ok', on a broader scale but it beats ALL other laptops out there and there's nothing even getting close (don't know about new macbooks though)
Now, to the usual suspects:
2. keyboard: shit. No, wait, it's much worse than that, we're entering day and age when 'key travel' is approaching 0.00 mm.
3 port layout: shit.
4 number of ports, ports selection: shit (aka 'industry standard in this day and age).
5. repairability / upgradability, shit
6. camera: shit (see above)
7. operating system, well, W11, what else do you expect?
8. The screen is good, though probably eats battery.
9. The pen is good/bad (complaints about how thin and hard to hold is, go back to around 2014)
10. and it's got this fugly boot logo that the bright folks at lenovo decided wouldn't be worth letting "consumers" play with and replace with something else.
All in all, it's the same 'new!' (old) model they change MARGINALLY every year, because that's the fad, YOU'VE GOT TO come up with a 'new!' each year, otherwise the world is gonna collapse! I don't see why you'd want to use it for work, unless your job's to 'consume content' and / or they didn't give you a lappy at work. That said, if you consider 'real' convertible alternative, e.g. lenovo x1 yoga, etc, well, too bad, cause they've been shit for at least the last... four - five gens. In fact, looking at current x1 yoga and this consumer yoga, they seem to be getting more and more alike, i.e. pretty toys.