The laptop itself is simply amazing. Everything is working like it should
Jesse Phillips, Amazon
7 March 2015
Summary: I have to say, I'm extremely impressed. I bought it used, in 'very good' condition and wasn't expecting much. However, when it got here, there was absolutely no signs of use. I'm wondering if it was even used in the first place.
Summary: My stepson, an computer IT person helped me pick this out and I am thoroughly pleased with my purchase. It is powerful enough to do what I want it to, but it is not so complicated that it confuses the user.
Excerpt: I bought this computer for use mainly as a tool with which to do my taxes. When I switched from a laptop PC to a Macbook Air in 2012, I found out that the tax program I used was not supported on the Mac platform so I used an old laptop and held my breath hoping it wouldn't crash.
Summary: The size and function of this laptop is fine, with the exception of the mouse button in the keyboard being extremely stiff and there is next to no battery life. My daughter has to keep it plugged in at all times or else a message comes up saying that you should consider buying a new battery.
Excerpt: I am writing this on my Lenovo T400- I bought this because it came with Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 and I are not a match. The laptop is very sturdy and it came with easy instructions to activate the Windows 7 operating system.
Excerpt: Unit arrived earlier than promised and in near new condition (the only clue that the unit was a refurb was a sticker on the bottom). Packaging included only a one page description of the unit's physical layout. Unit comes without a wireless card. No memory card reader either.
sticky hard to press "e" & "d" button
25 December 2014
Excerpt: I bought this computer for my son for a Christmas present. I give it three stars because it should have been perfect out of the box. It works good except the "e" & "d" buttons on the keyboard are really hard to press. At first we thought the caps lock was on or something like that.