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8.7 out of 10

Lenovo Essential G780

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Reviews and Problems with Lenovo Essential G780

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Overall 8
8.1
Performance 9
8.9
Battery performance 8
8.2
Display 7
7.0
Weight 7
7.3
Noise 9
9.0
Gaming performance 8
7.7
Connectivity 8
8.3
Keyboard 8
8.4
Temperature 9
8.7

Review Lenovo G780 Notebook

Notebookcheck
7 November 2012
  • Summary: Wasted potential. Lenovo releases a multimedia laptop for just under 770 Euros (~$982) dubbed IdeaPad G780 (M843MGE). The case is the same as in the prior G770 range. Theoretically, the G780 sports strong components but practically, the potent hardware has been cropped ex-factory.
  • Pros: Brightness, Faster booting via EE Boot Optimizer, Face detection via VeriFace, Configuration & hardware, Input Devices, The configuration and low temperature development have to be emphasized just as much as the good battery life. The decent input devices are also compelling.
  • Cons: CPU's inactive Turbo Boost, Poor contrast & viewing angles, Highly reflective screen, Wobbly casing, Quickly smudging surfaces, Fast Ethernet socket only, An optional matte screen with a higher resolution and better contrast would be great. Also, Lenovo should not unnecessarily crop the strong processor's performance.
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Overall 8
8.1
Performance 9
8.9
Battery performance 8
8.2
Display 7
7.0
Weight 7
7.3
Noise 9
9.0
Gaming performance 8
7.7
Connectivity 8
8.3
Keyboard 8
8.4
Temperature 9
8.7

Review Lenovo G780 Notebook

Notebookcheck
7 November 2012
  • Summary: Wasted potential. Lenovo releases a multimedia laptop for just under 770 Euros (~$982) dubbed IdeaPad G780 (M843MGE). The case is the same as in the prior G770 range. Theoretically, the G780 sports strong components but practically, the potent hardware has been cropped ex-factory.
  • Pros: Brightness, Faster booting via EE Boot Optimizer, Face detection via VeriFace, Configuration & hardware, Input Devices, The configuration and low temperature development have to be emphasized just as much as the good battery life. The decent input devices are also compelling.
  • Cons: CPU's inactive Turbo Boost, Poor contrast & viewing angles, Highly reflective screen, Wobbly casing, Quickly smudging surfaces, Fast Ethernet socket only, An optional matte screen with a higher resolution and better contrast would be great. Also, Lenovo should not unnecessarily crop the strong processor's performance.
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