Summary: I'm a student. I use my laptop on a daily basis, mostly for watching video recorded lectures online and accessing PowerPoint, Word, and pdf files. Tried to write a review on Lenovo's website and for some unknown reason they screened it out. Likes: look & design super quiet doesn't overheat fast startup great keyboard pretty long battery life though decreasing over the year I've had it (that's what batteries do) Dislikes: speakers sound tinny, volume unimpressive trackpad...
Best computer I have ever seen except for a couple things
22 March 2012
Summary: The key to this pc seems to be that its perfect except fro the details which could use some work. -Others complained about the screen but I don't mind it too much, it isn't gorgeous though. -Also battery life is closer to 3 hours than anything (medium brightness and settings) which I think is partially due to the rapidcharge. No battery is designed to charge that fast and it shows. You go from 0 to 96 percent in half an hour and from 96 to 100 in another half hour.
Summary: I don't often review products on Amazon, but I thought this one was worthy of it. Plus, it is giving me a great chance to test out the keyboard. I have had the notebook for about 2 days now, and am very happy with it. It's a solid piece of kit, very well build, and quite handsome. It is also slim, and light, which is exactly what I was looking for when I upgraded from my 1.5 year old Acer Timeline X.
Lenovo U300s Review...not perfect, but almost perfect for me.
14 November 2011
Summary: First review ever, but the U300s is worthy of a try. Just for some background, this is my personal laptop purchase. I'm a gadget junkie, but on a budget and look for value. I don't mind paying a little more if it's worth it. I'm an engineer by profession and was looking for something versatile to be able to use for personal but also powerful enough for work. I'm also a Windows person who for many years sat idly by while Apple fans have gotten the best hardware.
Summary: I bought the ultrabook with the intention of carrying it in my backpack and using it for work almost every day. I need to have a PC keyboard layout and preferably run Win 7 without virtualizing it. Therefore, I chose Lenovo u300s over the Macbook Air. This could be a perfect laptop, but it falls short in a few areas. Pros: - Thin, light, very portable. Overall design is top-notch. Grew color is subtle and stylish.