Several people who bought the Lenovo YOGA 500 reckoned that it was able to connect to the internet. Gernot and said in their review of the Lenovo YOGA 500 in September this year “If you need a lightweight Laptop for Internet surfing and probably a little bit of Office work”. Gernot also said “If you are looking for a well made cheapish Laptop, for Internet and a bit of Office work you may be very happy with this Laptop”. Last year Mr Matthew Pugh said in his review of the Lenovo YOGA 500 “A great laptop for cooking, internet browsing”.
A number of people who purchased this laptops agreed that it was wifi compatible. A few weeks ago P. Boyle mentioned “I've also checked the BIOS version is the latest, which it is and has the wireless enabled”. The Lambanana wrote “WIFI ==== No problems”.
Several customers wrote in their reviews that the Lenovo YOGA 500 was good in terms of USB connections. Dr M said on Amazon this month “I just need to get a suitable USB adapter/cable instead sometime since I can live without this for now” in their review. Grover Smith mentioned in his Lenovo YOGA 500 review this year “The lack of a DVD drive is overcome by an inexpensive Salcar USB 3.0 drive which so far has worked perfectly to install my additional software”.
Several customers mentioned in their reviews that the Lenovo YOGA 500 was good in terms of HDMI connections. Flb wrote on Amazon “It also has the welcome addition of a full size HDMI port” in their review of the Lenovo YOGA 500 and gave this laptops a score of 4 stars. The Lambanana said in their review of the Lenovo YOGA 500 on Amazon last year “PORTS ====== HDMI full size, 2 x USB-3”.
One customer considered that this laptops had network functionality. This year Simon Templer said in his Lenovo YOGA 500 review on Amazon “A common fault is the network card randomly turning itself off”.