Excerpt: The Lenovo Z570 excelled in our Icelandic group test, with a sturdy build and great design, as well as the best trackpad on test - an all important feature of a laptop that's often overlooked by manufacturers. The keyboard is superb, and the battery life reasonable (4 hours 38 minutes). It's the performance that really impresses however: with a 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 processor it's the fastest on test too, offering a lot of bang for your buck.
Summary: The IdeaPad Z570 sells for Rs. 33,190, which makes it easily one of the more affordable laptops around. The Z570 has a lot going for it. It might not be a workhorse and you most definitely will not be playing Crysis on it. One thing’s for sure though, it has a ton of features that matter and a good design and for the majority of the tasks that you'll need it to do, it will do just fine.
Summary: Several people have pointed out to me that it has been a long time since anything from Lenovo has been reviewed so here is one of their latest notebooks a very powerful Intel i5 quad core machine with 6GB of RAM.
Conclusion: Das Lenovo IdeaPad Z570 (M555CGE) bietet zu dem Preis von knapp 700 Euro zweifelsfrei eine lange Office-Laufzeit sowie viel aktuelle Hardware. Allerdings ist die Konfiguration etwas unglücklich gewählt und bietet für Gelegenheits- und Office-Anwender zu viel, für Gamer zu wenig Leistung. Zudem hatten wir schon deultich besser verarbeitete Lenovo-Notebooks als das Z570 in der Hand.
Pros: Schickes Design, Große Festplatte, Lange Office-Laufzeit