Stay Away - WiFi issues ground an otherwise good machine
20 November 2014
Summary: First I want to say that I would have probably rated this much higher. Nice looking machine, usable touchpad and keyboard. Screen and ports all good in my opinion. Battery life has been ok. Was hoping it would be better - get maybe 3 hours on it (my previous Asus with a low power processor got about 8 under the same use). Now to the bad news or why this gets a one rating. Simply the issue that it can't reliably connect to any WiFI.
Jessica "I have a very intense, deep love for..., Amazon
28 October 2014
Summary: For the price, you probably won't find a better (in terms of specs) laptop out there. I'm using it to write this review. The processor, being an Intel Core i7 can handle A LOT. And, the graphics card is pretty good for a laptop, too! If you're buying this computer for school or light work (nothing too intense like running large Adobe programs and other programs at the same time), it's perfect. I even use it for gaming, too!
Weighs really light Good for college kids cos they have to carry a ...
16 July 2014
Summary: Pros: Weighs really light Good for college kids cos they have to carry a laptop everywhere. Cons: Hate the feel of the Keyboard. I hate to type in the keyboard. Does not connect to the internet properly at times. It is definitely a week device. The mousepad is a pain. It is really sensitive where when you start typing and you press it by mistake it keeps taking you to a different screen or the cursor moves elsewhere.
Summary: Lenovo's sub-par products are only matched by their terrible customer service and support. Initially you'll think "oh man, this is a pretty good laptop", but within a year, after your warranty expires, it'll all sink in. Right off the bat, you should notice the terrible wifi. I'm sure if you've done enough research, you'd know Lenovo is notorious for this, and its not blown out of proportion. Their wifi is dreadful. My phone gets faster speeds.