Summary: Compact and lightweight, Lenovo's IdeaPad Z360 offers plenty for mobile users to like. It has the performance to tackle everyday business and home computing tasks without breaking a sweat. The notebook also boasts a superbly comfortable keyboard and touchpad, and we like the clean-sounding speakers.
IdeaPad Z360 Review: Small and Capable, but Not Perfect
9 December 2010
Excerpt: The Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 is a relatively small and portable system from Lenovo that is also pretty affordable at $749. This 13 inch notebok isn’t as thin as the MacBook Air, but it does have quite a bit to offer; even if it isn’t perfect. Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 Quick Specs: Who is this Notebook for?
Pros: Capable Processor with Fan control, Handles Multimedia well, Great Keyboard Feel, WiMax
Cons: Keyboard layout, Lid doesn’t stay shut tight, Battery life lacking for class
Lenovo IdeaPad Z360: College Student’s First Impressions
7 December 2010
Excerpt: Last month, we posted our first impressions of the Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 . Below is a first impression from a college student’s perspective. First off, the island-style keyboard is great. It has a great feel to it and was very easy to type on.
Summary: The 13-inch laptop size has become quite popular in the last few years, especially since Apple’s base models of every laptop line is 13inch(except the which starts at 11). Lenovo’s IdeaPad line offers a few laptops in this size such as the U series, Y series (well it’s technically a 14 inch) and the...
Conclusion: The Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 has a great user experience and some nifty wireless features, but it's neither good-looking nor battery efficient enough to be worth parting with your hard earned money.
Pros: Spacious 500GB hard drive. WiDi and WiMax equipped. Excellent keyboard and navigating experience.
Cons: 3GB of RAM (every other laptop has 4GB). Lackluster battery life. Dated look. No other color options.
Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 First Impressions: Great Keyboard and More
4 November 2010
Excerpt: With all the attention being shown to the MacBook Air you’d almost think no other manufacturer makes a 13″ notebook with a good keyboard and decent battery life. Well, if our first impressions hold up the IdeaPad Z360 will meet that criteria with ease; even if it can’t touch the Air’s thinness or...
Summary: 13.3 inch All-Rounder. Lenovo reinforces its z Series with a representative in the 13 inch division with the Z360. The IdeaPad Z360 is small and light enough to be taken along everywhere with a weight of a bit over two kilos. Find out if it's really worth buying in the following review.
Pros: Nice, elegant design, Pleasant chiclet keyboard, Good workmanship, Battery life, Value for money ratio, Typing and working on the 13.3 inch notebook was a very pleasant experience.
Cons: Interface placement too concentrated on the left, Display brightness, A stronger graphics card. The performance difference to currently installed GPUs is too slight to make a significant difference when switching to the "stronger" GPU.
Com um design agradável, o IdeaPad Z360, da Lenovo, é uma boa opção de notebook
27 May 2011
Conclusion: O IdeaPad Z360, da Lenovo, com uma configuração razoável e um preço mais acessível, é uma boa opção de portátil para usuários que estão interessados em executar tanto funções mais pesadas, de caráter profissional, quanto para o uso informal.