Conclusion: Ultimately, it's not that the Z400 Touch is a bad deal; it's just not a dazzling one. It goes back to what we said about workhorses versus thoroughbreds and plain vanilla versus fancy sprinkles: If you like the looks of the Lenovo or have had good experience with the company's service, the Z400 may...
Summary: At just under $600 this is a great deal for the casual gaming businessman. Seriously though, it's a laptop with a touch screen; unless you are a high end gamer, I would seriously consider buying this laptop. It is the best of both worlds.
Pros: Touch Screen:, Performance:, Aesthetics and Build:, Audio Quality:
Conclusion: The Lenovo IdeaPad Z400 Touch is a desktop replacement laptop with plenty of great features that make it stand out from the crowd: namely performance and features that help ease the replacement of an older laptop.
Pros: Touch Screen. Backlit keyboard. Good selection of I/O ports. Excellent performance. Optical drive.
Cons: Sealed battery. Some keyboard flex. Could use another USB 3.0 port.
Conclusion: The Lenovo IdeaPad Z400 Touch is a competent but uninspiring laptop-- it happens, even to the brightest of manufacturers. And right now, Lenovo is on top of their game with growing PC sales while other manufacturers are faltering.
Pros: Full Core mobile CPUs rather than ULV, touch screen, backlit keyboard, optical drive.
Excerpt: While jaded tech writers and reviewers have become accustomed to seeing $1,000-plus price tags on laptops, the reality is that the vast majority of the rest of the world’s buyers aren’t ready to pay such lofty prices.
Pros: A price tag is worth 1,000 words, or at least 600 words. Decent styling considering the plastic build. God, it’s so cheap.
Cons: Too many to list: Dim screen, rough build quality, lousy keyboard and clickpad, beastly heavy, insufficient battery life…
Summary: The awkward days of Window 8 laptops without touchscreens aren’t behind us just yet, but the end is in sight. It’s easy enough to resist touching the Start screen on a desktop PC, but when a laptop display is inches from your fingers, if you're anything like us, your instinct is to reach out and...
Excerpt: Though the average laptop price hovers around $500, most touch-screen systems cost quite a bit more. At just $599, Lenovo's 14-inch IdeaPad Z400 Touch provides a solid Windows 8 experience, complete with a 10-finger touch display, strong mainstream performance and a large 1TB hard drive.
Summary: A desktop PC's monitor is inconvenient to use for touchscreen input, but Windows 8 brings a whole lot of touch-enabled goodness with it. If you are looking for something to replace your desktop, the Lenovo Ideapad Z400 Touch is a worthy contender.
Test: Lenovo IdeaPad Z400 touch - čtyřjádrový výkon ukrytý ve 14“
8 November 2014
Summary: 14“ Lenovo IdeaPad Z400 Touch je univerzálním multimediálním notebookem s dobrým výpočetním výkonem a dobrou mobilitou. Cílovou skupinou by mohli být uživatelé, kterým nestačí dnes tak rozšířená úsporná dvoujádra, neboť občas potřebují na cestách střihnout video, něco spočítat nebo renderovat 3D...
Pros: výkon čtyřjádrového procesoru, dobrá výdrž na baterie