Excerpt: Lenovo has, of late, been making some rather impressive laptops in terms of performance. We had the Z580 last year, and Y500 and the Z500 this year. Now, the IdeaPad line-up gets the Z400 with the touchscreen.
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:
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...
Summary: The new Lenovo IdeaPad Z400 might not be a portable notebook, but it does offer a responsive Windows 8 touch experience and massive HDD for quite a negotiable price; though it lacks any unique features that might make it different from the rest.
Pros: Responsive touch screen , Long battery life , Fast overall performance , Good selection of I/O ports , Optical drive
Cons: Heavy , keyboard flex issue , Low quality display