The Jack of all trades, Lenovo Yoga 300

So I’ve had the lenovo Yoga 300 for about a month now and since it arriving I’ve made a conscious effort to use it for all things Hacking Insider related. This varied from writing articles to emails, posting to social media and editing audio recordings on Audacity. As a whole I can fully say that it is a fairly versatile machine, that while isn’t perfect has been able to take almost all of what I’ve been able to throw at it.

The Lenovo Yoga 300 is the cheapest of devices in the Yoga range coming up at around £250 with it’s competition exceeding the £1000 mark. This does mean however that the device isn’t going to come with all of the bells and whistles and is only going to have what’s necessary for it to do what it does best. What does it do best I hear you ask, well as the saying goes ‘a Jack of all trades and master of none‘.

Screen Size

Battery Duration

Weight

size Battery weight
 11.6 Inches
5 Hours
1.9 KG

The Lenovo Yoga 300 isn’t a gaming machine by any means with the device I reviewed coming with: 2GB of RAM and a 32 GB hard drive. This doesn’t mean however that it’s not worth picking up. The device is small enough to drop into a bag and take with you wherever you go and it’s key feature of tuning into a tablet (If slightly large) is always handy.


James Stevenson

Im a Cyber Security enthusiast that loves all things to do with technology. I'm specifically interested in cyber security and ethical hacking.