Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga

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  1. godofwar424

    godofwar424 Notebook Evangelist

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    You are the only person who suffers from this "waviness". NOBODY who has posted about ghosting has noted it as this before which makes me think you have an issue that's different to the others.
     
  2. Commander Wolf

    Commander Wolf can i haz broadwell?

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    Yup.avi

    It's definitely nowhere near as severe as some of the black holes that have been posted - just a little bit here and there and mostly toward the edges - and not really a deal breaker; it's just unfortunate that the quality isn't amazing.

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  3. godofwar424

    godofwar424 Notebook Evangelist

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    You tried doing the 273 point calibration? Also do you have the Wacom Feel drivers installed?

    Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
     
  4. Commander Wolf

    Commander Wolf can i haz broadwell?

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    I haven't been bothered enough to try the many, many point calibration, but I may try it when I have some time. I do have the latest Feel drivers installed.
     
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    klausita Notebook Enthusiast

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    Many thanks for your answer, yes in the Lenovo family I think is the best.

    Taking into consideration other brands (Dell, Fujitsu, Sony, other) ???

    p.s. I know it's a Lenovo forum, but just wondering if there is a clear winner also from other brands
     
  6. RunSilent23

    RunSilent23 Notebook Consultant

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    If you purchase or have purchased the ThinkPad Yoga, make sure you stop Discovery.exe with Task Manager and delete the Lenovo Storage Connector program using the Control Panel. Believe me when I tell you that it cratered my firm's network and my home network. I thought I was having internet issues and used my Verizon wireless hotspot on my phone and after a couple days of use, I had gone through over 16GB of data.

    It is hard to believe that this program got through QA/QC. It acts like a bot and it is relentless.

    On April 9th, Lenovo posted this same recommendation.
     
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    Try going to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Synaptics\SynTP\TouchPadSMB2c and changing RightButtonZoneT to 0, maybe restart.
     
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    Go to Graphics Properties, select Power and then Maximum Performance, also turn off Display Power Saving option. This solved some visual weirdness for me.
     
  9. Zero000

    Zero000 Notebook Deity

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    The Fujitsu Lifebook T904 is better as a tablet but slightly worse as a laptop.

    Some pros of the T904:
    User removable battery
    Bigger and higher res screen ( 13.3" at 2560 x 1440)
    Better digitizer?
    Uses a standard convertible tablet style that's been used for over 6 years.

    Some cons of the T904:
    Worse keyboard
    Single Channel memory
     
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    ghostm42 Notebook Enthusiast

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    More questions about my laptop....

    I got the 128GB SSD. I've used up much of the space already. So, a few questions:

    1. I heard some models utilize an M.2 cache. If I got a MyDigitialSSD 128GB M.2 42mm cache, can I utilize this as a hard drive?
    2. What other SSDs have people upgraded with? Will any 7mm SSD work?

    And a side questions:
    3. Did anyone else notice Maxthon Cloud Browser on their computer? I've never used this browser and thought it was a rather odd application to have.
     
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