Summary: Lenovo has done it again. They have ruined a good brand name like the IBM Thinkpad and has created a cheap, full of bugs product. The wireless card that is part of the 570 will not work with an Apple Airport base station. It will work on a Belkin wireless router, but not on an Apple Airport - the better device. Don't waste your money - the 570 is a real junk.
Summary: I bought 2 of ideapad z560s and 2 thinkpad edges for home and office use. They looked nice and price was very reasonable. after 2 months of use ideapads start to cause problems with hard drive, graphics card ... etc. I sent them to the manufacturer. I PAID FOR THE SHIPPING to send it to the manufacturer!!!! it should be covered under the warranty.
Summary: This laptop has a random bootup freeze defect that seems to have been known to Lenovo more than a year ago! Have they fixed it? NO Will you get to experience a frozen new computer at bootup? Probably, if you buy one of these clunkers!
Summary: I bought this laptop about 1 month ago. So far, I am waiting for a back-order replacement, to replace this laptop for the second time (yes, this will be my third laptop). The first laptop was cracked by the VGA port, hence, I immediately returned it and thus cannot comment on the device. However with the second laptop, there are many issues I have with the computer. 1. Finger print magnet!!!! You must learn to live with it. 2.
Summary: I bought two of these pigs, one for my wife and one for me to replace a one year old under-$350 Walmart Compaq that failed. The Lenovo seems to get good reviews, and I'm wondering how these users are using the machines. It has several times the power and the memory as the Compaq had. Both the Compaq and the Lenovo run Win7 in 64 bit. The Compaq boots in 46 to 56 seconds. The Lenovo takes between two and three and a half minutes.
Summary: I received one of these 3 weeks ago from Lenovo and the internet did not connect to my verizon wireless internet modem (brand new modem that works with every other device we've had including a new Toshiba laptop), so I sent it back and got another. This one also was incompatible, and even though I bought the warranty for over $100 lenovo wanted to charge me to help with my computer that arrived not working because it was a "windows issue" and not "their fault".