Summary: I've owned one of these for a couple of years now and it's been hugely disappointing. When I saw it in a shop I knew the screen wouldn't be particularly great, but it's poor off axis performance makes using it tiring and frustrating. The worst aspect is the TERRIBLE battery life.
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.
Summary: Good little laptop, looks smart, quick enough for its intended use, battery life is also good, lasts 4 hrs which is ample. Windows 7 is a let down though, upgrade to Windows 8 to get the full potential out of this machine.
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.
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.