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.
Summary: I purchased the Accidental Damage warranty when I bought the laptop and I am currently looking at getting it sent in for repair.
Pros: Sturdy build and material. Parts perform well enough for what I need them to do. The laptop has actually survived quite easily two falls from 3 feet and about 5 feet. With the only damage being the case separating in two places slightly and the right side ports not working. I was expecting a no l...
Cons: None to speak of, the keyboard layout could use some work though.
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.
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: Excellent product. The slot loading dvd-drive sold me on the product, I don't like trays. I need it for group projects and such for cheap media distribution.
Pros: Classy looking laptop and overall materials used. I love the feel of the keys and the action of the keyboard. I have no problems with the trackpad. Plenty fast for my needs; browse the internet, documents, presentations, netflix, and Team Fortress 2.
Cons: I'm still looking for a fix for the Intel N1030 network card, possibly the built-in bluetooth makes Internet painfully slow at times. No backlit keyboard, but now I'm just nit picking. No SD card slot, it's a big thing but nothing that a couple of USB adapters can't fix. *No built-in 200watt subw...
Pros: great unibody aluminum construction with excellent keyboard. Screen is good but not great like the zenbook or mac. very happy with purchase, esp for the price. Won't find any sub $500 computer with metal case and glass trackpad
Cons: all this talk about the cypress trackpad is true with the default driver; if you update it to a dell 15z laptop driver, the trackpad is just fine, not as smooth as a mac but much better than the original driver and with good palm rejection. http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/usgen1/DriverD...
Summary: Great laptop for everyday use. Don't buy this if you are planning on doing any extensive gaming, this is definitely not for you. I bought this for $499.99. I would not buy it for the normal $800 price.
Pros: Very stylish Decent Portability Nice Keyboard Trackpad is fine (with a few exceptions described below)
Cons: Lots of bloatware Two-finger scrolling is absolutely horrible Keyboard took a while for me to get used to Speakers are very average Battery life
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.
Summary: I think this is a very good notebook buy.The track pad that everyone complaints about can be fixed by downloading the newest drivers at Lenovo's website. Haven't experienced any problems with the WiFi buy can be fixed if you download the newest drivers and setting the WiFi power to 100%.
Pros: -Dedicated graphics card -6GB DDR3 RAM -Lightweight -Ultra-portable -Sleek -Strong proccesor -Fast boot up -Comes with Google Chrome already installed
Cons: -Small screen but may due to my previous 17" Toshiba -pretty loud fan when doing some intense work like gaming or rendering videos -Lack of USB ports but can be solved with a USB hub -Small backspace key -No backlight keyboard -Noisy DVD drive but may be because I was creating recovery disks (fou...