Summary: Bought this Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 15D Touchscreen Laptop for my daughter in high school as a replacement. She used to have a Dell laptop. It has been three months since purchase and no complaints. Works just fine and have not had to use customer service.The corners are more squared than rounded on other models which took a little getting used to, but it has nice crisp graphics and is thin. This is her first touchscreen and now there is no turning back!
Summary: The screen died at 2 months, Lenovo made my daughter pay to send it to them and now they have had it for over a month while she is trying to do college. By the way if you get the Canopy protection plan they don't cover what they cal manufacturer defects.
Summary: Its pretty good so far. Bought it for my Mother-In-Law. does everything she needs for basic tasks. hopefully when/if windows 10 comes out it'll be eligible for a cheap upgrade. I originally purchased a Dell with about the same specs, non-touch screen, but it came dead, so i returned it for this. Glad I did. There are a few things I personally didn't like. I hate the god dang touch pad. I'm a button kind of guy.
Summary: This computer have a lot of fails i libe in ecuador and i cant return it i really want to is also too slow and i cant install any aplication because it will make it slower also i had to reset it like 5 times since i bought ir cause it just stopped working and for last i dont have how to contact seller
Summary: I love these Lenovo PCs. This is my second one, and this one doesn't fold back 360 degrees. That works for me. The PC is too large to use as a tablet. It's lightweight, and fast enough for me to use for my word processing / spreadsheet homework.