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Battle of the Yogas: Lenovo Yoga 920 VS. Yoga 910 In-depth Comparison!!!

Q: Battle of the Yogas: Lenovo Yoga 920 VS. Yoga 910 In-depth Comparison!!!

Disclaimer: I received the Yoga 920 as a review loaner unit from Lenovo. All opinions are my own, nobody is paying for my review, and no one is reviewing this content before it's posted.

Left: Yoga 920 in Bronze. Right: Yoga 910 in Silver

On the surface, both the Yoga 910 and Yoga 920 look nearly identical, but in my testing, I prefer one over the other. Let's dig deeper to see the differences between the two!To get this out of the way, both machines have 1TB PCIe storage, 16GB memory, and the Yoga 910 has the 7th gen i7-7550U processor, and the Yoga 920 has the 8th gen i7-8550U processor.

Hardware & Design
Both the Yoga 910 and Yoga 920 are built out of aluminum, which gives them a high quality feel to them. Both laptops have the keyboard integrated into the chassis, which means less keyboard flex. One thing that I find better in the Yoga 920 is the fact that it's all smooth edges around. The Yoga 910 has pretty sharp edges which means you could scratch your surface or yourself. The sharp edges of the Yoga 910 was a common complaint, and I'm glad they rectified it.


The Yoga 920 also has a little slit on the display lid that makes it much easier to open the laptop. Anyone with the Yoga 910 knows that in order to open it, you'll need to hands to pry it open. The Yoga 920 can be easily opened with just one.

Top: Yoga 920... notice the slit in the top lid!

Overall, both machines are extremely well built, but I give the edge to the Yoga 920 for the small details.

Ports
Both have identical ports: 2 USB C, one USB A, and a headphone jack. The only difference is that the Yoga 920 has the headphone jack on the left side and further down than the Yoga 910. Small difference, but it's something worth noting.
Top: Yoga 910. Bottom: Yoga 920

Display
Both laptops have a 13.9" 3840 x 2160p displays and are extremely vivid and sharp. The Yoga 910 has a definite warmer tone to it, whereas the Yoga 920 is cooler. The Yoga 920 is more vibrant and color accurate with 105 percent of the sRGB color gamut, compared to 101 percent from the Yoga 910.Left: Yoga 920. Right: Yoga 910.

Webcam

I usually don't compare webcams in laptops because they're usually really similar, but this time around, there is one big difference between the Yoga 910 and the Yoga 920: the location of the camera. The Yoga 910's webcam was in the bottom chin of the laptop, meaning during a video conference, people will be seeing up your nose. And if you're typing while you're on that video call, your hands will just block the camera. Not intuitive at all.

Yoga 910's webcam -- take a look at the display -- the keyboard is showing!



Yoga 920's webcam is on the bottom, where it should be!

Even though the webcam on the Yoga 920 is on the top, Lenovo still managed to keep the top bezel as thin as the Yoga 910. Pretty impressive. If you regularly video call on your laptop, then you definitely want the Yoga 920 over the 910.

Speakers
Both laptops have JBL speakers tuned by Dolby. They both sound really good, with a good amount of bass and little distortion when turned to 90% volume. One thing to note though: the Yoga 920 doesn't have the Dolby software preloaded on the Yoga 910, which means you can't change audio profiles. I can't seem to find it anywhere, so if Lenovo releases the software, I'll definitely come back and update.



This is the Dolby software on the Yoga 910 that is NOT available on the Yoga 920 for some reason. Will check with Lenovo on that.

Keyboard & Trackpad
One common complaint of the Yoga 910 is the tiny left shift key. Lenovo enlarged the Yoga 920's shift key at the expense of the arrow keys. I think that's a good move since people will use that shift key more often then they use the arrow keys. The keyboard on the Yoga 920 is also a nice gray color, which is a welcome change from the status quo black on the Yoga 910!

Top: Yoga 920. Bottom: Yoga 910. Take a look at the left shift key; the Yoga 920's is much larger!

Typing on both are really similar. I do prefer using the Yoga 920's keyboard more because there's more clickiness and more tactile feedback than the mushier feel of the Yoga 910. I like typing on Cherry MX Blue mechanical keyboards the best, so the more tactile a keyboard, the better.


The trackpad on both are basically identical; I can't tell a difference between the two.

Performance
The Yoga 920 uses the latest Intel i7-8550U, which is a quad-core processor that can turbo boost up to 4.0Ghz. That's quite impressive for an ultrabook device like the Yoga 920. The base clock speed on the i7-8550U is 1.8Ghz, which means that it will actually use less power and save battery life when you're doing basic tasks that aren't processor intensive. When you do need more power though, the processor is capable of utilizing all four cores and clocking up to 4.0Ghz.The Yoga 910 has the Intel i7-7500U, which is less capable than the Yoga 920, albeit still pretty powerful. It has a max turbo frequency of 3.5Ghz but is only dual core. When you're video editing, those two extra cores from the Yoga 920 certainly help a lot. I ran a few benchmarks, and they all concur that the edge for both processing and graphics performance go to the Yoga 920.

Fans & Thermals
The Yoga 910 had an issue with constant loud fan noise, and even though a BIOS update from Lenovo reduced the effect, it still isn't as flawless as the Yoga 920's cooling solution. Even with a few apps open, the Yoga 910's fan is clearly audible. A lot of this is due to the coil whine that I here. It's a high-pitched squeaky noise that won't go away unless the fan is throttled all the way down. It can be a bit annoying, but is easily drowned out if you're listening to music or in a public area. I haven't noticed any such fan issues with the Yoga 920, and with the same amount of apps open, the Yoga 920 is close to silent. Even at heavy loads, the Yoga 920 doesn't have that high-pitched coil whine I described from the Yoga 910. I'll have a video below demonstrating the two. It's pretty hard to hear, so you'll need to increase the volume to actually hear something.



Battery Life
The battery size on the Yoga 910 is slightly larger than the one on the Yoga 920 (78Wh vs 70Wh). Even with that, Lenovo claims that the Yoga 920 has up to 15.5 hours and the Yoga 910 has up to 15 hours on the FHD model. In my experience using the Yoga 920, I get about 7 hours on my UHD model. I get a slightly lower amount for the Yoga 910. I'd say that the battery life on the Yoga 920 is slightly better than the Yoga 910, even though the physical battery size is smaller, and that's primarily because of the more efficient processor. Just goes to show how much optimization and efficiency matters.

Charging Speed
Lenovo bundles a 65W charger with the Yoga 920, but a 45W charger with the Yoga 910. I would consider the 65W charger as a fast charger, and it certainly does charge faster than the Yoga 910. I'd like to note that with my review unit, I received a 45W charger with the Yoga 920, but if you purchase a retail model, you'll be getting the 65W charger (the one in the photo is from the X1 Yoga -- you should check out my Yoga 910 vs X1 Yoga article too!)



Odds and Ends
The Yoga 920 has options for bronze, platinum, copper, or even some glass vibe designs. The Yoga 910 has options for silver, champagne gold, or dark grey. Which one you prefer is up to you, but I really dig the bronze model.
Color options for the Yoga 920

There's also Active Pen 2 support on the Yoga 920 that isn't available on the Yoga 910. I'm pretty sure that Lenovo ships the Yoga 920 with an active pen, but I just didn't get one with my review unit.

Conclusion
The Yoga 920 is better than the Yoga 910 is almost every aspect. Some of this is due to minor design changes, but some are major design and performance upgrades. If you care a lot about performance, then I'd recommend the Yoga 920. If you video call often, I would also recommend the Yoga 920 because of the camera position. I would also say that I expect the Yoga 920 to be more reliable than the Yoga 910 because of the lack of cooling and fan issues that are present on the Yoga 910. However, if you're looking to save some money, then definitely get the Yoga 910. There is currently a killer deal on it where it's around $899! You can't really beat that price for such a great machine that the Yoga 910 is. And that concludes my Yoga 910 vs Yoga 920 review/comparison! Let me know if you have any questions down below!

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A: Battle of the Yogas: Lenovo Yoga 920 VS. Yoga 910 In-depth Comparison!!!

Awesome review mate! Very detailed indeed!

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Disclosure:  I received these laptops from Lenovo as part of their advocacy program, so huge thanks to the folks over at Lenovo. I don't receive compensation for my review, and as always, all opinions are my own.  
 
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A:Lenovo Yoga (YOGA 92013IKB Glass) some keys not working (4, r, f, v, 5,t, g, and b)

Usually, when groups of keys in rows or columns stop working, the problem is the keyboard itself.  Are you still under warranty?

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I recently did a Windows 10 update to my Lenovo Yoge Ideapad  11 S on July 16th and now my touch screen does not work. When I check the drivers for my monitor and touch screen I noticed the driver was missing. I cannot get Lenovo or Microsoft to fix this. What else can I do to get that driver back ?

A:Lenovo Yoga Idea Pad Yoga 11 S touch screen issue

Hello Dws520Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.Was this the creators update?
If so, have a look on the following post, this should show if your device has been tested with the update yet:
https://support.lenovo.com/gb/en/solutions/ht503655
 
From what I can see, your unit does not seems to have made the list, which leads me to believe that this will be the cause of the issue, I would recommend that you revert back to the previous version of Windows, and observe if the fault still occurs or not.
 
Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.==================================================================================Did someone help you today? Thank them with a Kudo! If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!
 
This will help the rest of the Community with similar issues identify the verified solution and benefit from it.

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I've been looking around and found a few people who are very displeased with the logo startup/boot logo (example1, example2), but no way to change it as of yet. Is it possible without too much hassle? I know it's not a big deal but the logo is simply terrible in so many ways. If nothing, then at least I'm raising awareness and maybe Lenovo will choose a better graphic designer for our collective startup screens. I mean, seriously? Is that the best you could come up with?


























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A:Yoga 720 Lenovo boot logo. Is there a way to change it? (should be the same for every new Yoga).

I do not know of any way to easily change it without hackging the BIOS, nor would I waste time trying to do so since it is just the boot logo, and I am just happy to have it boot up.

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Hello,I want to buy the Lenovo yoga 330-11GM (model: 81A60012IV) but I don?t know if the active pen 2 for yoga (model: GX80N07825)works with this computer (Lenovo yoga 330-11GM)?

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The fans of my Yoga 720 are always running. When it shuts down, the fans go on max until it's done shutting down, then when it boots up, the fans go on max again. It calms down for the few seconds it takes me to open up Google Chrome. Then it goes on max again. It doesn't matter whether or not I'm running an intensive program or literally just having 1 tab open in Chome, the fans are always on.  I obviously expect it to be running at max speed when I'm playing games but not when there's 1 tab open in Google Chrome. Is anyone else having this issue? If so, how was it solved? I tried searching around and still didn't find a definitive answer so I really appreciated all the feedback that everyone has to give.

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Hi there everyone, Does anyone here have a comparison of the battery life for the 3 different screen options for the US launched yoga models?  I'm just trying to figure out what the battery life hit is like between the screen options, but my google-fu is failing me. Thanks!

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I bought Lenovo DB65 USB portable DVD Burner, but its not working with my Lenovo Yoga 500. Whenever I click on the DVD drive It eject CD everytime.Is DB65 is compatible to Lenovo Yoga 500 or not.

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Bought the latter and considering the former as a second A/C adapter. Does anyone know if it would work? I expect it to, but just looking before I leap.





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A:Lenovo Yoga 910 wont load pass the Lenovo screen.

Try getting into BIOS first and loading default settings. To do this, press the small "Novo" button (you'll need a paperclip for this), and select "BIOS setup". From there, use the arrow keys to get to the "exit" tab and select load default settings. 
 
If this doesn't work, let me know.

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Hi, my daughter has the same problems with the flashing power button/not starting up anymore as described in numerous posts here on the forum. Lenovo said that they started up an investigation. But I haven't been able to find the outcome onof that investigation on the forum. So what are the findings on this annoying problem?

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Suddenly when I tried to turn on my laptop (yoga 900, 13ISK), I see the Lenovo logo for few seconds then the screen goes black, and it does not load windows, I tried to use the reset button on the side of the tablet to enter bios settings, the menu flashes for a second and then the screen goes black again. I dont hear any fans running in the back ground. When I click the power button it turns off immediately, I tried to disconnect the battery and connect it again but the problem persists, I cannot access anything to try a hard rest. Any help is appreciated.   

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Hi,In the end of the day I turned off my Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, everthing was working well, and a left it connected to the power supply. Half hour later I disconnected from the power plug.The next day when turn it on it stays stopped in the starting black Lenovo Screen. The light from keyboard works, and I can turn it of/on thru the keyboard buttons, but nothing else works and the screen keeps always on the same black lenovo screen.I have tried several solutions as follows:   - Turn it off, and then turn it on. Even tried more than one time and always keep the same;   - Turn it on on safe mode/BIOS (?) by pressing the small in button near the power button, but it turn on and keeps stucked in the same black lenovo screen;   - Turn it off, and press the power button for more than 1 minute. After turn it on and was the same;   - I left it and wait until all the battery was completly dead, then press the power button for long time, and after that connect it to power and turn it on. Nothing, just keeps the same.Any ideas or suggestions?Thanks in advance

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On the Lenovo Onekey Recovery, I selected the option to restore system partition to its initial status. Now I'm not sure what this does exactly, but it then asked for what language I wanted to use and then username and password. And before I could type in anything, the screen turn black and no matter what I did, it wouldn't budge from there. Now I don't know if I accidentally removed windows and I don't know how to get it back. Does anyone know what options I have? 

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Santa delivered a Lenovo 510-AST looks great, santa?s Elves at the store said that a Lenovo Active Pen 1 GX80K32884 would work with it..... The laptop seems great, the usual mega GB of updates from windows, and setting Gmail up with outlook was like code breaking the CIA !!! The the pen, how can Lenovo not have instructions on how to turn it on ??????  I don?t know if its on or not, doesn?t appear in the Bluetooth device list on the laptop... So is this Active Pen computable with this laptop ?If it is, how the chuff do you turn it on ? If not compatible, what Other active pens are comparable ? frustrated... grrrrrrr

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Hello everyone I was wondering if anyone knows whether the Lenovo Active Pen is also compatible with the yoga 920, or whether only the Lenovo Active Pen 2 works. Moreover, I was wondering if the Lenovo Active Pen also looses contact when writing if you hold the pen close to the nub. Thanks! for your help

A:Lenovo yoga 920 compatible with Lenovo active pen

Hi huQbbTCi,
 
Greetings.
 
Lenovo active pen 1 is also compatible with Yoga 920 as shown in the accessories search tool here PART # GX80K32884. It would be less sensitive to depth perception but with palm rejection enabled then you may not have the same issue on losing contact with it. 
 
It would also be favorable to have it tried first before any purchase specially if you have someone that have it and compare it with other active pens whichever would be comfortable and efficient to your writing style.
 
Hope this helps answer your query.
 
Regards

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Initial problem:On the  29th June 2016 my laptop suddenly turned off and now only the backlit keyboard lights up and goes off again and the power button just goes on and off.After about 5 minutes of use before the error the screen went blue and shut down. After restarting, as it went onto the desktop the screen flickered constantly and was unusable. I then turned it off again and it wont turn on since. My issue now:Anyway after emailing lenovo, and sending it off they said it was the RAM. However after enquiring over a month after sending it off and paying for the repair they replied with:'We have received feedback from our repair provider in relation to your device in repair. Unfortunately due to non-availability of parts we are unable to complete this repair. We will send your faulty device back to you free of charge. Once we have the part in stock you can re-book the repair again free of charge.' Since last summer, I have emailed multiple times and they have replied saying it still isn't in stock. I just feel like I am being treated unfairly as the laptop wasn't even 2 years old and it's broke and they will not fix it. I don't want to have to  do it myself as that will probably cause its own problem, but its the principal that they should fix their mistake! I have seen a youtube video of the same problem on the same laptop so it is obviously an issue. Any ideas on what I can do to get this issue solved would be great, even if its the email to ... Read more

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The sound card on my Yoga 920 died, and my laptop has been at Lenovo since 11/15. They initially sent my laptop back due to a missdiaganosis. I have been told they won't even recieve a new part until 1/1/2019. I have been assigned a customer care case manager, Delfina, who hasn't responded to my calls or emails for over a week. I'm traveling for the holidays and make use of the external GPU through thunderbolt 3, which is the primary reason I bought this laptop. I'm hoping this will get some attention so I can get some help. I've called normal customer service multiple times who have promised a callback from Customer Care Case Management within 24-48 hours multiple times. I just want to talk to someone to figure this out. Hopefully someone can help.

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I have the above Lenovo laptop.  It has been a great tool but the camera fizzled out and is no longer useful.  I especially liked the Veriface face recognition feature for security/sign on.I attempted to find some kind of support from Lenovo to see if there is anyone who can replace/fix the camera and ended up with a "sorry" but our support is having difficulties message and a phone number. Has anyone else experienced their camera dying and had it replaced?  Any advice would be appreciated.

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Hi guys, this is my first time using a forum, so I don't really know how this works. I recently bought a Lenovo Yoga 910 in the US, but I actually live in Indonesia. I asked my friend who is living in the US to buy it for me, since the Yoga 910 is not released in Indonesia yet. I started to use the laptop when my friend went back to the US, and I realized that the bottom of the laptop is a bit unbalanced, it's no biggie, but it starts to annoy me when I'm using the touchscreen or typing. Since it is impossible for me to bring it back to the US, are there any possible ways to solve this issue by myself? Maybe any DIY or home fixes that can help fix the issue. Your help will be very much appreciated, thank you everyone!

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Hello there,  Hoping someone can help. I don?t know or understand much about computers. My son has a Lenovo Yoga 910 laptop. For Christmas we would like to get him a larger monitor. So far he has a launchpad, keyboard midi, and stereo reciever hooked up to the laptop. The USB-C and the charger port is what i am having trouble grasping. What adapter would be best to plug into the USB-C, where we could hook up a monitor and all the other usb gizmos?  I read another thread about products that worked and didnt work but didnt grasp it too well thanks for your time and the help Peter

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Hi: i would like to know if it is posibble to add an external graphics card to my lenovo yoga 910

A:lenovo yoga 910

It'd help to know ...why.  If you're thinking gaming, that's iffy. AIUI, the best eGPUs run from Thunderbolt 3 ports. The 910's forward USB-C port isn't Thunderbolt 3.  That leaves you with eGPUs that will use a USB-3 port, but then - for gaming - you're kind of saddled with USB 3's limitations.
 
Doc

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My laptop won't turn on. I have taken off the back cover as suggested on the forum to remove the battery but have an integrated battery, is there another solution?

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Recently, I got a yoga 910. I understand that there's no digitizer in the screen, so I'm going to have to get a capacitive pen. While I have the Adonit Jot Pro, it's not working too great for me. I'd like to be able to take notes. Does anyone know if any of the Lenovo pens are compatible? Does anyone have any suggestions regarding more precise pens I could get? Thanks

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pliz my lenovo yoga 11e has failed to touch. could it be the drivers or what? i need a solution and pliz if it is the drivers tell me how to download them

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plugged in but not charging

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