Lenovo Yoga 720 15-inch review

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Lenovo Yoga 720 15-inch

The Windows 10 2-in-1 market is full of excellent options, ranging from detachable tablets that are incredibly thin and light, to 360-degree convertibles that function, as well as standard clamshell notebooks as they do as pen-enabled tablets. Display sizes range from less than 12 inches to 17 inches, and configurations range from power-sippers to strong productivity performers.

On the other hand, the segment has been light on higher-end components, with primarily dual-core processors and either integrated or last-generation, entry-level discrete graphics. Lenovo is stirring things up with its latest 15.6-inch 360-degree convertible, the Yoga 720 15-inch.

Powered by a speedy Intel Core i7 processor, fast DDR4 RAM, and a Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics card, the Yoga 720 15 promises strong performance at a reasonable price (read our Yoga 720 13-inch review). In our Yoga 720 15 review we’re wondering, does its power give it…

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Wondering Thoughts 6.9.2017 Father’s Day in the Digital Realm

Father's Day is significant for me and my siblings. My grandparents told me a story. This happened in February 1945. All the bridges in Manila were being blasted by the Japanese Imperial Forces. One particular bridge called the Lambingan Bridge that was close to Sta. Ana and Kalentong were prepared to be blown up.

Simplify and Strategize Your Reward Programs for Building Loyalty

Food for a Thought. Thank you Ms. Middle Me!

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Is it more affordable to get new customers or retain your existing one? Usually it’s the latter, but you have to put in a real amount of effort. When you do, the benefits are tremendous. How do you get your customers to buy from you again? Quality products and customer satisfaction are definitely some aspects of it. Building customer loyalty involves more, and an integral part of this is to have a reward program in place.

Does this seem like more work to you? Actually, it isn’t as long as you go with a top-notch solution provider? There are so many companies out there that offer a reward management system based on the cloud for easy access from anywhere and any place. You can use easily use solutions of these sorts. But while at it, you’ll have to indentify your best customers, your second best ones, and so on. Accordingly…

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Bad Habits You need to Change if You want to become a successful freelancer

Awesome advice MiddleMe. All the best and warmest regards…

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Everyone has their bad habits when comes to personal lifestyles, your work style is not spare either. Meanwhile, if you are an employee, you probably will be told of your bad habits during appraisals but you won’t be that lucky if you are a freelancer. As a freelancer, one con to this career path is that you hardly get honest feedback because you manage everything on your own. Today, let’s have a chat about the bad habits I spot in both myself and other freelancers, the need to change or curb these habits that might just be the bottleneck that stalls your success as a freelancer.

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Stop belittling yourself
You can see this from either side of the coin, head or tail. Head – you are in charge of your own projects, you call the shots on how, when and where you do your tasks, you manage your time and…

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MLM Scams, Pyramids, Ponzi Schemes, Fads and Just Plain Bad Business Practices

I had a revealing conversation with a Network Engineer a few days ago. He tried to convince me of three things. First, he said he is an entrepreneur. It turned out that he is an employee who has never started a business. He’d traded his time (working for free) as a network administrator for a […]…Read more MLM Scams, Pyramids, Ponzi Schemes, Fads and Just Plain Bad Business Practices