Excerpt: Call it a netbook if you must, but Lenovo’s U150 shines where many that share the category name crumble and fail. With an 11.6-inch high-resolution display, dual-core processor and a keyboard fit for the novelist, Lenovo’s U150 stands as one of the most livable ultra-portables we’ve tested.
Excerpt: Take Lenovo’s budget-minded ThinkPad Edge, shrink that sucker down from a 13-inch screen to an 11.6-inch model, tweak the styling and viola, you’ve got the IdeaPad U150. With the aforementioned exception of screen size, the U150 seems remarkably familiar, with identical specs across the board as the...
Pros: Very good battery life (over 4 hours). Feels sturdy. Includes all the latest bells and whistles, with LED backlighting, Dolby audio and multitouch trackpad (that actually works). WWAN option.
Cons: One of the least attractive laptops on the market today. Expensive, especially considering it lacks the ThinkPad brand name. Keyboard is nearly illegible.
Lenovo Ideapad U150 thin and light notebook review
2 February 2010
Summary: The Lenovo IdeaPad U150 is a good looking thin and light laptop that’s a reasonably powerful alternative to a 10 inch Atom powered netbook. But it’s not the fastest system I’ve tested with an Intel CULV processor, and while it has enough graphics prowess to play some games and watch HD video, it’s...
Summary: The IdeaPad U150 combines good performance, strong battery life, and an appealing design to create a lightweight ultraportable package. While it outperforms, outclasses, and outlasts 11.6-inch competitors like the Toshiba Satellite T115 and Dell Inspiron 11z, the Acer Aspire Timeline 1810T lasts...
Excerpt: Il Lenovo IdeaPad U150 è un notebook molto particolare che si contraddistingue per il suo design, soprattutto per il rivestimento in cuoio della scocca superiore, che lo rende un dispositivo appetibile per gli utenti attendi al dettaglio.
Pros: Interfaccia HDMI, Cover in cuoio, Processore a basso consumo