Summary: I had been suffering form deep envy of my daughter's Macbook Air. However I am a PC man with zero interest in moving to Apple. This utrabook is the same size and weight and has the same processor. However the touch screen on the Lenovo is great for reading the paper and you can switch the keypad illumination on and off! A great laptop - the best I have ever owned (and I've had a few!) Cannot fault it so far.
Summary: The Lenovo U330 constantly reported that the supplied power supply was incompatible. The supply was changed by Lenovo but we still had the error message ?? Also when in camera mode the picture on the screen was breaking up. We returned the computer for a rebate.
Terrible screen ruins an otherwise fantastic laptop
15 July 2014
Summary: Well built, light, nice keyboard, looks nice, long battery life, but let down by a VERY poor screen. We returned the laptop and got a refund because the resolution, brightness, and aliasing were so bad. It was tiring on the eyes, and looked terrible. The resolution is lower than most 10-year-old laptops - it's very confusing why Lenovo have made a laptop like this, but with such a bad screen. Maybe it's to save money...?
Summary: Had to return it because the fan was buzzing loudly when oriented in a certain position. I thought the laptop itself was OK, but for the money it's not great. You're essentially paying for the portability, seeing as you're not really getting anything else special other than the processor. Case felt very sturdy and solid. The touchpad is definitely a weak point, as it is in most lenovo laptops.
Summary: An excellent slim laptop for the price and is fast. Had over a month and works great. Only downfall is there is no Internet port but can easily buy a cheap adapter to usb 3 port. Weighs hardly anything.
Summary: I just wanted to advise prospective purchasers that this Lenovo U330 Touch does support Intel® Wireless Display (Intel® WiDi) contrary to the information supplied in the Product information. This was a major factor in my purchasing decision and as it was my understanding that virtually all computers with 4th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors are supposed to have this technology I made further enquiries.