In that price range I’d give a hard look at an Apple refurbished MacBook Air, unless you’re anti-Apple. They’re $849 from Apple, and I find the 16:10 aspect ratio of the screen a bit more useful for text/document reading than the far more standard 16:9, it’s a small but appreciable change. They’re also VERY solidly built. The IPS screen is also nice to look at for extended periods of time… it doesn’t doesn’t wash out colors if you don’t look at it at exactly the right angle and no risk of screen burn in like on an OLED.
Originally released November 2020|13.3-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 2560-by-1600 native resolution at 227 pixels per inch|8GB unified memory|256GB SSD1|Touch ID sensor|720p FaceTime HD Camera
Agree, love my MacBook Air, same model, been using laptops for decades, always intel, this is my first MacBook, had it since Dec 2020, will never go back to an intel... btw you can buy new at Costco for $100 more.
It never even gets warm, doesn't even have a fan, battery lasts for like, forever, amazing all around product for general use.
BTW - My wife has a Lenovo Yoga since Dec 2020
If your stuck on a Windows Machine I would highly recommend it. Has a first class feel and construction like the MacBook, actually its built like a tank, real solid, sharp looking. She loves it and I can see why, granted except for this one laptop and her company workstation we are almost completely out of the Windows world now. I doubt in future years here next laptop will be windows. Since she, like me now have Mac Desktops and iPhones too.
Yoga 12mb memory/ i5 Intel EVO machine. I just found it, still the same unit. I see they added some stuff like Amazon Alexa which is a major turn off for me, she doesn't have that, its a nice clean slate. I hate when companies add crap like that, more so in this price range.
No issues other than its Windows, I can't stress the construction makes this a real sharp looking machine and feels that way too =