Summary: I needed a small inexpensive computer that I can use daily without worrying about losing it. It met all of my expectations. I really like the large capacity hard drive as opposed to 32gb on the chrome. It a while to get it ready for use due to downloading the updates but it works.
Summary: This laptop looks great on the surface. Ordering was great, once I got the laptop, booted, seemed slow, but fine. Once I tried to use it, it was in a constant state of waiting, it seemed to not have enough memory to run the operating system.
Cons: There are those I imagine that like windows 8.1. I did not. I would consider Windows 10 for this IF it had some processing power. It is not enough. Reaction time is slow and opening pages applications and the like is equally slow.
Summary: I have an older model of a Lenovo notebook. Garbage. touchscreen randomly fails. Very slow. NOT made for windows 8. Look for anuy other product. Merely look online to find numerous similar complaints. Avoid no matter the price!!
Likeable Compact Convertible Touch Notebook With Real Limitations
James B., Newegg
18 April 2015
Summary: The Newegg captions describe this notebook as having an Intel Celeron N2810 (2.0GHz) processor. However, when you open the "Specifications" tab in the "Quick Info" category, it states that the processor is an N2807 (1.58GHz). Windows 8.1 Control Panel says mine is an N2807.
Pros: Sharp display, colors look good, attractive small form factor, light weight, thin, makes for a very portable notebook you will want to take with you. I got this to replace a seven inch tablet, and have a more readable display screen. I also wanted to get some hands-on experience with Windows 8.1 ...
Cons: Some apps and programs start very slowly, almost certainly because this notebook only has 2GB of RAM memory. I didn't run any actual time tests, but the battery charge doesn't seem to last very long. You will probably want to check into some alternate choices to replace the apps and programs that...