Lenovo Yoga 710 14 with a standard Core i-series CPUs, up to an Intel Core i7, and optional Nvidia GeForce 940M graphics. These are still fairly light, and the weighs of 1.65kg/3.63 pounds.
The laptop has a 1,920×1,080 resolution IPS screens, which means it should look good even from side angles. The 14-inch Yoga 710 starts at $799, while slightly different configurations available in Europe start at €799/€899 (approximately £619/£697 and AU$1,245/$1,400).
There are ten screws securing the bottom cover.
Lenovo Yoga 710 use Torx screws, to remove the screw you need a special screwdriver.
Remove all screws and pry the bottom cover with a plastic tool.
When the bottom cover was removed, you’ll be able to access the battery, SSD, wireless card, speaker, cooling fan and motherboard.
Remove one screw securing the SSD and take it out of its slot.
The laptop comes with a Samsung 256GB MZ-NLN2560 PM871 M.2 SSD.
Disconnect the battery connector from the motherboard and remove all screws securing the battery.
Lenovo Yoga 710 features a 7.64V, 6960mAH, 53Wh Li-ion battery. Lenovo P/N: L15M4PC2.
Remove five screws securing the heat sink to the motherboard and remove it.
Remove two screws and disconnect the fan cable from the motherboard.
The cooling fan comes from Taiwan Forcecon.
Red: Intel® Core™ i5-6200U Processor (3M Cache, up to 2.80 GHz), integrated Intel® HD Graphics 520
Blue: Nvidia GeForce 940MX
Orange: wireless card
Red: Realtek ALC233 sound card
Blue: Environmental control chip
Lenovo Yoga 710 i/o board