First of all, great laptop/tablet, I've used it and is great. I'm not against the tablet but do have a problem with the marketing group. First of all is great that you [Yoga] finally come to an age were the laptops are thin; that's great. Remember that you are actually taunting to the #1 laptop in the market and have a thin design since 2010. Second, nothing bad to say about the tablet hibrid thing, is great for those who like it and is convinient. Asuming is not an RT windows version is all good. The bending thing is actually just a gimmick; just another way to use a tablet. In that position is not good for typing only to comsume media and of course the MacBook Air been that is only a laptop can be use in normal position and still enjoy the same (except for the resolution, of course). Now this is what it gets me, and is no good. The touchscreen argument. I've said it time and time again it means nothing. The MacBook Air has the best trackpad in the market, period. I (and many) prefer to use the trackpad as a touch technology because is comfortable than extend my arm tu touch the screen; and of course I'm talking from a laptop perspective. It is way better not to touch the screen when working with a laptop. In that front (again, from a laptop perspective) Mac wins hands down. I can challenge anyone working seriously with a laptop they using the multitouch technology on there windows device and I using the trackpad on my Mac. The last thing is even that they (Microsoft) did try this with the iPad and failed in sales against it, has made them go after the Mac, but they forgot to put the price. yoga $1299; MacBook Air $999. Also they did no mentioned the impressive battery life of the Mac, 13 hrs vs Lenovo's 7hrs. That's just insane. Say whatever you want to say but for me (and many others) this misleadings is what makes Microsoft so desperate, and loosing. Even so that Lenovo made a great device it has fell short on what matters most; that is price, battery life and OS (if you don't believe me in regards to the OS ask yourself, why change it in Windows 10? May be because it didn't worked?). The bending gimmick may be a thing for some, but is hardly something to win customers over what matters.