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Lenovo Yoga 920 (i5-8250U, 8GB) 13.9" 2-in-1 Laptop $1498 @ Harvey Norman (Free Click and Collect)


The Lenovo Yoga 920-3P 13.9 Inch 2-in-1 Laptop has all the tools you need to work efficiently while still offering the ability to be an excellent choice for leisure.

Key Features
With an Intel core i5-8250U processor and 8GB RAM, the Lenovo Yoga 920-3P 13.9 Inch 2-in-1 Laptop boasts the power needed to complete the difficult tasks expected of a hard working laptop.

A 13.9 inch Full HD screen ensures that your tasks and media will look clear and crisp, allowing you to enjoy it to the fullest.
The 256GB SSD of the Lenovo Yoga 920-3P 13.9 Inch 2-in-1 Laptop offers plenty of storage space for all of your work files and for your media collection.

The Lenovo Yoga 920-3P runs on the Windows 10 operating system, giving you access to myriad features that make home computing a simple task. Optimise the way you work, change the way you play games, and stay secure all with Windows 10.

Might be able to take advantage of $50 Amex Statement Credit: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/381616 (thanks to @xdreamyst and @jspaceman for confirming it works)

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  • Have one of these.

    Not too bad! Fans barely turn on and if they do they aren't too loud.

    I had an issue where the Bluetooth wouldn't connect so I had to send it back for a new wigi/Bluetooth chip. It works all good now.

    The WiFi chip itself is a Qualcomm which isn't as good as the Intel ones.

    I had to order an active pen as mine didnt come with one in the box.

  • Darn it, wish they had the 16GB version on 25% discount, been looking out for one of these. Might have to wait a bit more till they release the next version for better discount.

    • I was waiting for the 16 GB version too, but it's been at $2049 on the Lenovo website. I've pulled the trigger the 8 GB version since I won't be need the 16 GB memory for what I will be using it.

  • I have the 4K optioned version of one of these.

    A few things that annoy me, but are not a deal breaker.

    In tablet form, its not very comfortable, because of the sharp edges and no side volume buttons.

    For some reason does not detect my Dell Type-C monitor, but works with Thunderbolt adapter.

    If you use the stylus with the included USB-A holder, when its in my bag, the stylus scratches against the side of the laptop, leaving scratch marks.

    The upsides are, great build and thermal management. I like that it doesn't vent from the bottom, so it doesnt matter if you leave it running on the sofa or bed, vents are around the hinges.

    Keyboard is great with backlight, touchpad is great, boots fast, works nicely with eGPU for some gaming since its a quad core CPU.

    • Thanks for that. Not worried about the edges. I'm used to sharp edges on my current home desk. The laptop edges are way duller than that on my hands from what I've played with in the stores.

      I'd jump on this if it was exactly this with 16GB and maybe 512GB disk. Mainly want for coding so need the extra RAM to run mobile/web emulators/VM's

      • My old macbook pro retina 2015 had sharper edges. I haven't noticed that issue at all.

        • It's only an issue when you put the yoga into tablet mode, and you're holding it like a tablet.


    if anyone needs an lenovo pen, I have one, brand new and sealed

  • I have this laptop and the battery is good. Although i don't use it much, it's really a great laptop considering the price & the weight.
    i am looking to sell mine since it's pretty much just sitting and collecting dust as my phone fits all my needs nowadays.

  • Thanks OP. $50 off with Amex deal also. Stupid question, there's no HDMI port so best option is USB-C to HDMI cable?
    Need to port Foxtel Go to TV.

  • make sure u pay with a cc that provides u additional warranty on this because you're gonna need it.

    price-wise - it's not exactly a bargain given there is a structural flaw in the design for the yoga 9XX series - check lenovo's support forum.

    Bios revisions have been released to address this by severelly limitting or even disabling the turbo boost function on the CPU.

    another example was the E480 with a decent radeon GPU. Thermal isssues forced them to issue a bios dwhich if implemented- will address the loud fans.

    Check the review on the E480 on notebookcheck.com which highlights the issue and the benchmark comparisons before and after the update.

    and if you recall - the laptop was on special for under $1000 which was a steal until well.. you realise that in most cases there's a catch to a bargain…

    • E480 is a totally different class of laptop. Not really fair to be bringing up that stuff in comparison. It's like saying there's issues with a Dell 13 Inspiron 3000, so you shouldn't get a Dell 13 XPS. Also, there's a bit of difference between the 9XX series. 900 is different to the 910 and then different again with the 920. Also, difference in model years and processors will make a different. Although happy to check any specific forum threads you can source.

    • And what would this structural flaw be?

  • Why do many reviews (from a quick google searcH) always says the Yoga 920 have a i7 CPU chip, whilst this one from Harvey Norman writes i5 CPI chip.

    Can anybody help me understand please..

    Also.. this 2 in 1 seems like one of the top 10 for 2018 ultra books and seems amazing.. If it's that good it seems like $1500 isn't so bad of a deal?

  • OP do u know difference between this (https://www3.lenovo.com/au/en/laptops/yoga/yoga-900-series/Y...) and the one in post ?

    looks like same specs? but different price.

    NOTE: I have Amex deal where i can get $150 cash back if i spend over $1499 on Lenova website. This makes it a $250 difference only, and can choose the colour i want too.

    Would love to get it tonight/tomorrow as the $150 cash back deal will finish.

    If anybocy could also comment, Greatly appreciate it.

    • They are both exact same model. I would have bought the 16GB upgrade at the lenovo directly if I had the amex voucher.

  • This would be a worthy upgrade from my slightly older Yoga 700-14ISK. I will miss my GT 940M but I guess a QC would be good