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.
Summary: Check lenovo troubleshooting forums... sooo many issues with u-series and even worse almost no solutions. Had mine for about 5 months, consistently have problems trying to connect to public WiFi. The only WiFi that works is my private network at home.
Summary: This is the story of a defective support service, 6 hard disk drives and an empty box. Back in April 2013, I acquired a Lenovo laptop (about $900), directly from the Lenovo.com site. Everything works satisfactorily until 4 months later.
Summary: The new windows 8 64 bit operating system is not user friendly at all. In fact it sets us back to the times of Windows 3.1. The laptop itself has odd error messages popping up at various times, the lenovo printed material does little to help and their instructions for fixes on the online support are...
Summary: I bought the computer for my wife. She has not liked using windows 8! I thought we would give it a try, but after several months it is apparent that it is much more trouble and no apparent advantage. The screen also seems flimsy. Today the sound system went out. I had the computer checked out.
Summary: My IdeaPad Ultrabook comes with 8GB of DRAM, 32 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bits. (1) Right of the bat, I had to install tons of updates from Windows. That's understandable and typical for Windows PC and I have no problem with that.
Summary: I have had this laptop about a year now. Overall, it works okay, but the peculiar problems it has outweigh anything good about it. First, the touchpad is situated such that I cannot type on the keyboard.