Summary: The keyboard is probably the worst part about this machine. There is so much give. When you hit a key, you can physically feel the keyboard sink. And when you are just typing away with the keyboard moving up and down like that, accuracy tends to go way down, which then has an effect on efficiency. These are two characteristics that any keyboard should excel at. This one does not.
Pros: The body of this laptop is pretty solid. It's a nice aluminum body which is not heavy at all and smooth to the touch. The keyboard is backlit, which was a nice surprise. The i5 is awesome on performance and 6GB of RAM is more than enough for day-to-day stuff.
Cons: The touchpad is incredibly jumpy. At first I thought maybe it was just me, but I had my roommate try it out. He tried clicking on a pinned tab in Chrome and instead he found the cursor almost halfway on the other side on the screen. I've tried adjusting it, but nothing seems to help...
Summary: The laptop is definately fast, light, and comes with all the specs advertised. But... the OS is NOT installed on the SSD. The SSD is just big enough for a clean Windows install, and some programs, but not really much else. From the factory, the data on the C: drive takes up almost 27 GB. Overall, very disappointed. The entire reason for buying a laptop with a SSD was for the fast OS reponse.
Excerpt: La Lenovo produce computer cercando di garantire ai suoi clienti stabilita' e prestazioni e si rivolge principalmente alle aziende o ai piccoli imprenditori. Non punta ad un designer ricercato ma e' semplice e lineare ed e' questa l'idea che vorebbe trasmettere con questo suo ultrabook, ma nonostante i buoni propositi l'IDEAPAD U510 non e' un portatile di buona qualita' o con ottime prestazioni, puo' essere conssiderato un portatile mediocre come ...
Pros: Silenzioso, durata batteria
Cons: Fragile, poco performante, grafica deludente