Summary: The Fn key and Ctrl key on the lower left of the keyboard are switched and is a huge inconvenience. It is stupid to see Lenovo mess around with the universal design of computer keyboard. I work with programmers and system engineers and we all HATE this bad design and will not buy it again.
Summary: Pros: 1. Improved battery life. 2. Still better than Dell/HP when it comes to "business" laptops. 3. Keyboard (minus the goofy placement of the Fn key). Cons: 1. Horrible screen - while anti-glare, low contrast, low NITs, and 16:9 format - for those of use who actually use the laptops for work (document processing, coding, etc.), every vertical pixel counts (yes 16:10 if not 16:11 would be much better). 2. Horrible screen - vertical viewing angles are awful.
Summary: Don't get me wrong, this is not a bad laptop, and probably one of the better values for this price. However, if you expect the kind of quality thinkpads used to have, you will probably be as disappointed as I am (Hence the 2 stars--I just expected a no-hassle product). It is no longer a tank-like structure, built to last forever.
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for a broken Sony NR Series laptop but was very disappointed. Performance was sluggish for a £1100 laptop compared to the Vaio and it's bigger and heavier. On top of this, it has developed a fault whereby Windows freezes every so often and requires the laptop to be powered down completely at the power switch!