Summary: Good quality and appearance. Slim for a 17" machine. Has plenty of memory and runs programs pretty fast at least for my basic needs. Compatible with all my accessories (wireless mouse, cameras, printer etc.). Has a problem with downloads. The vendors had to log on and install Office and Norton. Still haven't managed to set up automatic back-up. Won't shut down properly, it gets stuck on Microsoft downloads.
Summary: This laptop is not advertised as a gaming laptop, but it has all the power of one, i run most games on max settings, i played bioshock infinite on near max settings, all i had to do was turn down some of the anti aliasing and got around 45 fps, which i think is perfectly acceptable. As everyone who uses steam knows, the steam client can be pretty horrible and sometimes cause registry corruption.
Summary: Bought this refurbished, wiped OS and recovery partition, then setup a fresh install and mirrored it to the recovery partition with tools easily found online. Once the software was in order it's been running nearly every day as a primary device. Not a halt nor stutter. Nice.
Summary: it shipped within the time specified time frame of 5 business days, the product is really decent quality and working very well, the only disappointment was no backlit keyboard on the machine but i knew that when ordering it was not list of features, this was the closest machine to hat i was looking for and matched my specifications and expectations in every way, its hard getting a decent windows 7 notebook these days so i am really glad i found one
Summary: This is a very nicely equipped system that performs well. The price was very reasonable and the standard features met my needs. The setup was very simple. I liked the fact that it came with the 3.0 USB ports. I'm very pleased with the quickness of the delivery. I recommend this system to anyone needing a fast system that inexpensive.
Summary: Recieved the Lenovo IdeaPad G780 21823DU 17.3-Inch Laptop (Dark Brown) in good time, and it was well packaged. Unfortunately the DVD/CD player was not recognized by the Windows 7 operating system. Also the DVD/CD player was not secured in the laptop. Apparently a single screw holds the two together, and it was not installed. Took the computer to an Lenovo authorized repair shop to be repaired under warranty - it was only three days old.