Lenovo’s Y70 Touch
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The laptop is evolving in a hundred different directions, and where it ultimately ends up is something that will be decided by you and every other PC user. This evolution began with the advent of Windows 8 and its touch-friendly interface, for which we’ve seen all kinds of new designs emerge, everything from the funky to the funktastic. Lenovo, now the top PC supplier in the world, hasn’t been afraid to experiment with different form factors and features, hence the company’s Yoga line and, in a more traditional sense, the Y70 Touch being reviewed here.
Lenovo’s Y70 Touch isn’t a wild departure from the laptop designs you’re used to seeing. In fact, it mostly looks like an average notebook, only sleeker and slightly more aggressive than most. But unlike that aging Windows 7 or Vista laptop you’re using, the Y70 Touch boasts a 17.3-inch Full HD 1080 (1920×1080) multi-touch display. It’s Lenovo’s largest touchscreen laptop to date, and it’s built for gaming, video editing, and to be an all-around work horse for the modern era.