Summary: I HATED the track pad until a computer geek friend turned off the "ClickLock" setting in the "Mouse" settings...I tried new drivers, etc. This was it! Works fine now. But I still like using a mouse. It's not as beefy as the old ThinkPad this replaced, but its much better than my old ComPaq or MacBooks (from back in the day). Still, it's a very solid machine. Took a little time to get used to Windows 7, but I can't really complain about the OS.
Summary: I bought this product because I needed something mobile, yet powerful enough to comfortably compile programs on C++ and read books. The design looks cool, almost like a macbook, though this ultrabook-notebook has disadvantages too. One of them - medium (or even low) quality display (it's not even comparable with macbook). Sure, you can adjust the image, but it will still have poor colors.
Summary: I bought this laptop for a friend, but I used it for a few days, to make sure that everything worked okay. I noticed that it had great build quality. It was very solid, the lid didn't wiggle, and the keyboard had decent key travel, though it seemed a bit small. For the price, it had enough processing power. Since it will be used for very light gaming, and mostly web-browsing, the core i3 processor is more than enough.
Summary: This computer looks really good and I get compliments from folks when they see it. It looks like an Apple computer but works like a PC (and doesn't heat up too much from the bottom like an Macbook). You get the best of both worlds.
Summary: The computer works well for a laptop and the small compact design is really nice. It doesn't seem as rugged as our last laptop, but it should work fine. I've only owned it for a few weeks so I can't say anything about its long term durability. The speakers are great, it runs quickly even with the large files that I work with.
Summary: The Ideapad is a good efficient laptop. Onboard graphics and processing speed are par with the best, form factor is excellent and overall I am satisfied. Ideal for a word crunching college student or avid internet surfer. Problems: If you intend to do a lot of typing, you are gonna need a mouse because the keypad always seems to be getting in the way. Sometimes it's a little slow to open up applications but multiple applications can be opened and navigated with ease.
Summary: I have purchased my Lenovo and had no issues with any hardware, wi-fi, sofware, and keyboard etc. It looks really nice and also very light. It's quite unless I run a disk but that's common in all laptop. No problem so far and hope it continues... Only 4 star since my package was not delivered on time by Amazon.