Excerpt: Recently I owned an Asus laptop but decided to upgrade to something more efficient. A friend told me I should try Lenovo because I won't be disappointed. So I made my choice: I went to the IT store to buy a Lenovo IdeaPad Z370.
Pros: Value of product, all drivers included, easy to use, robust and durable, comfortable keyboard
Summary: Good compact sturdy laptop. Keyboard very comfortable to use. Loads quickly as discribed. Bought two one for son (black with purple keyboard COOL was my son comment) and daughter (blue good trend colour) for school study small and light enough for them to carry.
Summary: On the face of it, the Lenovo Z370 seems a great buy. Good specs and at a reasonable price. However, after owning the machine for only two weeks, I opened it up and the screen was blank with a jagged 'bleed' across it.
Summary: Looks even better than in the pictures. The laptop feels very sturdy and solid. The screen is bright and colourful and has a very wide viewing angle. Keyboard is great. Very comfortable and pleasant to type on. The noise level is low and the laptop doesn't heat up when used on your lap.
Summary: Good -Nice screen -Good keyboard Bad -Really Terrible sound (both with earphones and speaker) -Case and screen marks very easily Upgraded from a 6 year old dell with a 14inch screen to this and am underwhelmed. If i were to buy again I'd go for a 14inch screen minimum. It ok.
Summary: I think it is terribly let down by the very slow hard disk. The battery life is not that great (less than 2 hours). We upgraded the team to 8 gb and thinking I'd upgrading the hard disk to ssd
Summary: Arrived promptly and set-up was not too complicated. However, there are a couple of faults I am not happy with: 1. When typing, the letters sometimes tend to go back into the body of the copy 2. The screen goes blank every so often - almost as though there is a loose connection within the machine.
Summary: I haven't tried a lot of functions on this yet, but it plays HD videos well, music played on it through bog-standard speakers sounds great, and wi-fi internet is also so much better than with my old PC.
Summary: Here were my motivations for getting this laptop: 1. I wanted something that didn't have a separate keypad but still had a full size keyboard. I wanted to type on something comfortable - I was using a netbook before and found it cramped. 2.