Lenovo’s long-standing tradition of producing black, boxy, boring laptops continues with the ThinkPad T431s, and it’s a testament to their underlying quality that businesses and business users continue to embrace them. But the company might want to rethink the “Ultrabook” suffix tacked onto this one’s name, which conjures images of sleek, sexy, and speedy machines. . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook
Lenovo ThinkPad Twist S230U – Intro
We’re seeing a whole load of different convertibles that straddle the line between laptop and tablet since the launch of Windows 8. There are detachable slates with keyboard docks, like the Samsung Ativ Smart PC Pro. There are sliding models such as the Toshiba Satellite U920t. There are . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo ThinkPad Twist S230U
If Intel had this in mind when it was thinking about the concept of an Ultrabook, we’d be rather surprised. This 15-inch powerhouse weighs in at 2.2Kg, but still can be called an Intel Ultrabook.
That’s because it fits the sub-22mm Ultrabook requirement (it’s 21mm).
The IdeaPad U510 Ultrabook launched at IFA 2012 is the . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo IdeaPad U510 Ultrabook
This year’s Lenovo IdeaPad U410 Touch is basically the same, but better, for the same price – it’s like the refreshes Apple does with its MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs, but this is actually more wide-reaching. The CPU is slightly faster, the dedicated Nvidia graphics are significantly more capable, the hard drive size is boosted . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo IdeaPad U410
Gorgeous WQHD Screen; Durable and lightweight design; Accurate speakers; Runs cool
Awkward, uncomfortable keyboard; Lackluster touchpad; Relatively slow SSD; Poor quality webcam
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon delivers a sharp display and an uber-thin, lightweight chassis, but other ThinkPads offer more for less.
When Lenovo launched the . . . → Read More: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon review
Lenovo’s 13.3-inch ultrabook is no testbench titan, and we’d like to get longer battery life. But it’s easy on the eyes, shoulder, and wallet, a pleasure to use, and comes with outstanding customer support.
Introduction & Design
Ultrabooks are fast becoming ultra-affordable. It was a big deal a little over a year ago when we . . . → Read More: Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Laptop Review
Affordable. Solid performance. Fantastic keyboard. Removable lenovo G580 Battery.
Cons Chassis smudges easily. Some bloatware. Bottom Line
With its class-leading performance and admirable feature set, the Lenovo G580 is an excellent value with an affordable price tag that gives users plenty of bang for their buck.
When most people think of . . . → Read More: Lenovo G580 Review
Beneath the $1,249 Lenovo IdeaPad Y500’s unassuming shell lies the specs of a rather powerful multimedia notebook. Sporting a powerful Core i7 processor, dual Nvidia GeForce GT 650M GPUs and a stunning 1080p display, the Y500 can switch-hit as a gaming rig and a multimedia creation notebook.
For example, the UltraBay mentioned in the introduction is . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 Notebook
A few years ago, netbooks were small, light, inexpensive, often underpowered computers — and the word quickly became a pejorative term, to be used only with the greatest of disdain as you throw your netbook out the window. Then came ultrabooks — small, light, inexpensive, often underpowered computers that have taken the PC market by . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11
Attractive chassis; Very affordable; Comfortable keyboard; Solid performance and graphics
Very short battery life; Narrow viewing angles
The Lenovo IdeaPad S400 offers Windows 8 bargain hunters a sleek, portable design with solid performance, but short battery life.
he Lenovo IdeaPad S400 gives consumers the sleek portability of a thin-and-light notebook . . . → Read More: Review Lenovo IdeaPad S400 Notebook