Excerpt: The Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 is a consumer notebook with a bright blue design that stands out in the crowded $600 notebook market. With a 13.3 inch display and compact dimensions, the Z370 is an attractive option for students and home users who don’t want to carry a bulky notebook to class or the cafe, but aren’t ready to pay up for an Ultrabook.
Pros: Sturdy design, Eye catching looks, Good performance
Cons: Poor touchpad gestures, 5 hour battery, Small right shift key, No USB 3.0
Summary: As long as the price stays around $599, the Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 should be a strong consideration for anyone looking for a very good all-around 13-inch laptop, although it's hardly a showstopper.
Cons: The battery life is disappointing compared with recent 2011 laptops, and configuration options are limited.
Conclusion: The Lenovo Z370 packs great performance in a small package with the latest Intel Core i5-2410M CPU with integrated Intel HD 3000 GPU. It’s not targeting business use, especially with its flashy design option in blue, but that doesn’t mean it can’t handle all your work and multitasking needs. It’s 13.3-inch size makes it nice and portable but it is a bit thick and hefty. Also, the battery life is a bit lacking compared to other laptops in this category.
Conclusion: If you like the Lenovo IdeaPad Y570 but it's a bit too expensive or you don't need that much graphics power, then the IdeaPad Z370 is worth a look. It's equally capable for schoolwork, MS Office work, as well as playing music and movies. The only thing that it's not suited to is playing highly demanding 3D games like first person shooters. The system isn't thin, but it's small enough to fit easily in a backpack along with your other gear.
Pros: Powerful enough for productivity and movie watching, great keyboard and affordable price., Pro: Powerful enough for productivity and movie watching, great keyboard and affordable price.
Cons: Front cover shows lots of fingerprints and hand grease, viewing angles are very limited from right and bottom.
Summary: The $629 Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 offers solid overall performance, a fast boot time, and a vivid display wrapped in an eye-catching blue design. However, its poor endurance is a turnoff, expecially for a 13-inch system. While it's not as powerful, the HP Pavilion dm4t offers 7 hours of battery life in an aluminum chassis for $50 less. But overall, the Z370 delivers style, power, and speed in an affordable package.
Pros: Bold blue design, Strong overall performance, Fast boot time with included software, Anti-glare display
Cons: Below-average battery life, Undersized right Shift key, No USB 3.0 ports
Conclusion: Итак, ноутбук действительно заслуживает, чтобы им заинтересовались. В числе поклонников Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 будут все, кто стремиться выделиться, предпочитает не классику, а что-то модное, стильное, даже интригующее.
Summary: Med en prislapp på 5700 kroner prøver Lenovo med IdeaPad Z370 å appellere til kjøpere som ønsker en liten og stilig maskin som ikke koster skjorta og enda litt til. Ytelsen er ingenting å skrive hjem om, men duger til det meste. Den integrerte grafikken er også akkurat god nok til å ta noen runder i litt eldre spill, men drar ikke de nyeste spillene på markedet. Det vi liker mest med IdeaPad Z370 er den gjennomførte designen og skjermlokket som skiller seg veldig ut.