Summary: Light, quick and responsive. No documention at all was included. Having difficulty upgrading to 8.1 which may have to do with how Windows 8 was installed for refurb. Less than half the drive space is left after the OS and recovery are taken into account - buy a big SD card. Great touchscreen and not heavy or awkward in tablet mode - might be more of a problem for smaller people. Getting about 8 hrs battery life. Overall pretty happy with it.
Summary: Nice design, and good working. Bought this ultrabook because my studie at school. It's fast 8 sec boot time, and using photoshop on it was faster than I explicated. Only playing HD 780p movies our series in VLC is for this ultrabook not feasible. On AC you have the best quality and performance.
Summary: Outstanding value/performance for the price. Bought for son going to college and as compared to another touchscreen laptop that I bought for myself (an Asus brand) I feel this one is better. More durable and substantial in construction and handling. More responsive and OS operates more efficiently. I chose this over the Asus and over Chromebooks as well. My son has not reported any issues with it after one semester at school.
Summary: I like the lightness of the pad, and smoothness of mechanical works. I am not very "charmed" with Win8. It takes a good bit of rearranging of all ones ideas about managing Windows. Not all sure this drastic change was truly necessary. MS never heard of "It ain't broke....
Excerpt: I love this thing. I thought the 13" display would be too small, but because of its light weight and hinge flexibility, I can rest it on my chest while sitting in my recliner, and view it from just a foot away, which makes the relative display size HUGE. It also works really well on an airplane...
Summary: I generally like this. The price is great, its light and thin, and the battery life is great. I liked the flip screen more than i thought i would, especially for reading on the kindle app. These were the most important factors I was looking at when buying this laptop. I'll focus most of this post on the downsides and you can weight these appropriately for your purposes.
Summary: That's all I have to say about it. The mouse pad ain't the best and the backspace and home keys are really close. I like that its fast. About 8 seconds to start. The screen is big and very light. The color sticks out making people stop and ask about it. Pretty awesome I have to say. Good Job!
Summary: First of all, it's an ultrabook, not a tablet. Not good to read stuff on a heavy user basis. I'll always preffer a book. As an ultrabook I`m just in love with it! Faster than my old macbook pro, since initiating process. Keys and volume control are well located, and the entire thing is really thin and light! I love showing it off o my friends... starting as a regular computer... than I touch the screen a little... and finally I flip the screen! Sensational, lol.
Summary: I didnt think that I would use the various functions and flexibility that makes this laptop unique. However, I have used it in so many situations for work and pleasure and have enjoyed the wide array of ways to use the laptop. The functioning of the laptop (speed, screen resolution, and other features) is outstanding. I have owned several Lenovo's and have always had great success with them.