OutStanding Machine if I could I would give it 10 Stars
George E. Shami, Amazon
2 March 2013
Summary: I have had this laptop since Sept. 2011, (its a 2009) it has not giving me any problems at all I have read all the reviews and I would have to agree with the some of the negative things people stated but they are not things that I would consider to warrant a bad review. Yes the touch pad can be sensitive at times, but nothing that has bothered me to the point of bashing this product after some property adjustments it worked fine, and yes the lid does need two hands to...
Summary: I purchased this laptop towards the end of 2010. At that time, Lenovo was bundling the laptop with Windows 7 OS. When I upgraded with the Windows 7 OS copy that Lenovo sent to me, my battery stopped working. I contacted Lenovo several times to resolve the issue. Their technicians at first denied the existence of the problem (even though many people have encountered this issue), then later upon subsequent calls stated they did not know what the problem is.
Summary: I've had this laptop for awhile now, and I have to say it is mostly useless. First off here is what is wrong with the design: Lid does not open back far enough. Lid can not be opened with one hand. Having esata/usb/ethernet split between both sides of the laptop makes for an uncomfortable experience. Hardware crippled by lenovo --- where's the core2 virtualization tech? Maybe it's just me but the wireless is weak also, much MUCH better off getting a usb adapter.
Excerpt: GPU/CPU heat to over 200 degrees Fahrenheit. This is even with a new fan and severely underclocking both the CPU and GPU. The screen is very floppy. On paper this thing rules, but it doesn't deliver. I must admit that I'm not sure whether to blame the GPU problem on Lenovo or nVidia, because...
Summary: Hi everyone. First let me say that I did NOT purchase this laptop from Amazon. I got mine at a discounted price from NewEgg. I'm going to break this review down into several categories. My specs are as follows: Intel Core2 Duo P7450 2.13GHz 4GB DDR3 RAM Nvidia GeForce GT 240M 15.6" Screen 320GB 5400RPM HDD Design: Lenovo's laptops are designed very well (especially their ThinkPad Edge, T, and X Series), but there are a few design flaws that I personally don't like in...
Summary: For the first few months, I was very pleased with my order through Lenovo. After a few weeks, I realized that the touch pad is too sensitive..sometimes it doesn't even work at all! Another thing that frustrates me about this laptop is the screen! Its way too flimsy! I dislike this laptop! I'll never buy from Lenovo again.
Summary: This laptop is cheap, and tempting. Don't buy it. The battery is terrible. The trackpad is annoying. The bloat-ware that comes preinstalled is ridiculous. The physical quality of the computer is a joke. This CPU is a poster-child for poor quality manufacturing and design. Don't buy it.
Summary: I've had this laptop for a year, no major problems. I got the onsite warranty service for 3 years. Just last week, a couple of my keyboard keys broke, NO QUESTIONS ASKED they came to my house and gave me a brand new keyboard. I've never had this much success with a company ever. Dell was a horrible company at servicing my laptop.
Summary: This is one of the most horrible laptops I have ever used/seen. I still prefer to use my 5 year old HP Laptop over this one. - The touchpad is sooooo frustrating. It sometimes gets too sensitive and sometime would not respond. I have tried different settings but to no avail. - What can I say about the boot time. I power it up and can go around for few minutes and it wouldn't boot up completely when I return. - The keyboard layout is weird.