Lenovo Computer Reviews
Lenovo Product Reviews
Lenovo products are known for their innovation and exceptional design. In terms of personal computing, Lenovo consistently produces a product that remains competitive in the marketplace. The signature TrackPoint pointing device and Lenovo's Veriface face recognition technology are two of the most innovative offerings in the Lenovo product family. Lenovo also features one of the industry's quietest machines. A dual-screen mobile workstation is also available with select models.
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Lenovo Laptops Review
1. Lenovo's IdeaPad U300. This particular Ultrabook laptop is popular because it is one of the sleekest and best-looking laptops launched by Lenovo. This laptop rivals the Apple MacBook and matches most of its specifications. Lenovo is also $100 less than the Apple MacBook Air.
Pros: The USB 3.0 drive and SSD drive are featured on the Lenovo IdeaPad U300. The computer has a slim and sleek profile that is available in numerous colors, including a muted orange and basic silver. It offers fast processing speeds through the Core i-series processors. This laptop measures between 11 inches and 13 inches.
Cons: Lenovo's IdeaPad U300's most expensive configuration is not more affordable than the MacBook Air. This particular configuration also does not offer some of the basic ports and connections.
2. Lenovo IdeaPad Z370. Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 has an affordable price that ranges around $599. This particular Lenovo product offers features such as a 13-inch screen and an overall slim body line for an affordable cost.
Pros: This device features an excellent keyboard and amazing sound quality. When compared with its competitors, the Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 outperforms in most categories.
Cons: The battery life is not as stellar as its competitors' in the 2011 lineup. Also, the configuration options are limited.
3. The Lenovo IdeaPad Y570. The Lenovo IdeaPad Y570 is one of the most attractive laptops in the midsize category of laptops. This laptop feels like the more exclusive products but is affordably priced between $799 and $1,149.
Pros: The configuration is more flexible than that of the competitors in its class. The 15.6-inch laptop has plenty of screen space available.
Cons: Some users are less than pleased with the physical switch for GPU modes. Consumers also complain of excessive "bloatware" on the computer.
4. Lenovo Essential B470. Lenovo's Essential B series is a budget-friendly laptop that may be used in the home or the office. This laptop is an everyday laptop that is recommended for everyday use. The Lenovo Essential B470 is offered for as low as $669.
Pros: The Lenovo Essential B470 is one of the most attractive laptops available. The Nvidia GPU is relatively fast, and users can navigate applications and the Web with ease. The laptop features a large 14-inch screen.
Cons: This laptop is slightly larger and more bulky than other laptops.
5. The IdeaPad S205. Lenovo's IdeaPad is one of the best laptops available for mobile computing. AMD's E-350 processor is one of the best in the industry. This laptop is both reasonably priced and attractive.
Pros: The Lenovo IdeaPad S205 is a budget-friendly laptop with an excellent Lenovo keyboard. This sharp design has clean lines and is visually appealing.
Cons: Consumers complain that the touch pad is slightly on the small side and that there is more adware than most would expect on a system of this capacity.
6. The Lenovo IdeaPad Z370. The Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 is affordable and offered to consumers at a low price of $599. The 13-inch screen offers enough viewing space for consumers to view applications without squinting. The laptop is perfect for travel and home. The Core i5 laptop is one of the best available.
Pros: The keyboard and clear speakers are among the exceptional features of this laptop. The price is also lower than that of its competitors with similar product offering.
Cons: The battery life is not as long-lasting as its competitors' and the configuration is not as flexible as some of the ones in its class.
7. Lenovo ThinkPad X1. The Lenovo ThinkPad is one of the thinnest ThinkPads produced, but the laptop is not as thin as the MacBook Air. The laptop possesses a 13-inch screen and is offered to consumers for $1,399.
Pros: Consumers enjoy this computer because it is thin, durable and visually appealing. The Core i5 CPU is fast and also has a fast-charging battery with a low-light webcam.
Cons: Battery life is not the highlight of this particular laptop. The screen is coated with Gorilla Glass, but it produces a significant amount of glare. The laptop is thin, but it is not as lightweight as some other options because of its dense construction.
8. Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet 1866. The Lenovo ThinkPad X41 is recommended for home and school, and is a great value for low-level computing. Web browsing and word processing are ideal on this affordable computer.
Pros: The battery on this computer lasts for four hours, typically. This particular unit is recommended for word processing.
Cons: USB plugs and DVD drives require a docking station to function. Windows XP is not supported by this Lenovo model.
Lenovo Notebook Review
Lenovo provides quality laptops for consumers at affordable prices. Consider Lenovo products for considerable savings on a well-known household product. Consumers may review in-depth comparisons online to determine the differences in prices and specifications.