Summary: This computer is working fine and has a nice graphics card but nevertheless, compared to a similar computer with lower specifications (my packard Dot MU) , it freezes more often and works slower.
Summary: I needed a small note book as I travel a lot and needed to write and network on the move. I didn't want to carry around a big bulky machine with an oversized screen. In these respects this Lenovo is perfect for me: it's the right size and weight, and looks good. But there the positives pretty much stop. It's very slow and it took a couple of days to disable various Windows 8 oddities to get it to run in any functionable way.
Summary: The laptop is shocking. I had a Lenovo S205 previously and naturally thought the S206 is a step up. It really is not. It has fewer ports (USB, HDMI etc), it is a much cheaper build (the keyboard flexes while typing), the screen in real terms is smaller and the battery is not removable. This has to be a joke. It's like I bought a fake Lenovo when in fact they've just gone cheaper and hope to pass their rubbish off to people who know nothing about computers.
Summary: I hated windows 8 at first but now I've got my head round it, it's not too bad although I still prefer Windows 7. It's a good size and very light and battery life is pretty good. It's very quick as well; my friend tried it over Christmas and said it's really fast and if has a decent size hard drive. In all, very pleased with it for the price, great value for money.
Summary: This is a great little pc - it is light, fast, and portable. I have had no problems with it so far and I use it daily at uni. The screen is fairly wide and the keys are a good size so it never feels like I'm using a really small laptop. Very happy for the price - would highly recommend if you want something inexpensive, portable and reliable.
Summary: There is nothing special about the product. It works fine and does its job. Like: stable, powerfull enough to run Windows 8 (built-in), screen and keyboard are very good, excellent value for money Dislike: chassis made out of plastic, black finish showing fingerprints, touchpad is getting in a way and is uneasy to operate, non-removable battery
Summary: I know this is a netbook with AMD processors (not as fast as Intel i series) nonetheless, I wasn't expecting this netbook to be that slow. For example, it was not able to keep up with me writing text into notepad.txt nor was it able to play videos from YouTube promptly and suffered with minor delays even on high broadband speed. Very disappointed because the weight and style is very smart - the speed performance let it down. I would not go for a netbook ever again.