Customer Reviews of Lenovo Essential B575e 15.6" Notebook - AMD E2-1800 - 2GB RAM - 320GB HDD - AMD Radeon HD7340 - Windows 8 (64-bit)
So far works great
Keeps dropping internet connection..12/7/2013
The laptop I would not order another lenova again. Unit has to have windows reloaded already since receiving it and still keeps dropping the internet connection. Lenova's on board system management software keeps freezing up and stalls occationally. Windows 8 on it performs the same as my windows at work and is convenient but I think that Microsoft could have come up with a better transition for those of us in business who would still rather use windows in a non tablet form.
Daughter is very happy with her new laptop-great service for the product.
Very nice Laptop11/19/2013
This items was purchased as a gift for my wife. She enjoys her new laptop. This laptop replaced one that was about 10 years old and had died.
Good Basic Computer9/15/2013
Upgrading to 4G RAM really helps performance. Nice computer for the money, $299.
Would Buy again!
Great laptop for the price7/25/2013
I picked up this laptop at my local Best Buy. I read the reviews on the Best Buy site before purchasing this laptop, and the majority of them that had complaints had complaints of encountering blue screens of death within a short amount of time of purchasing the laptop. Others had issues with the sensitivity of the touch pad, but overall there were positive reviews. While I was removing some of the unwanted software like the Best Buy app, I encountered a blue screen of death. This was because when I restarted to complete the uninstall of some of the programs, it did NOT install the windows updates. Once these were installed, I haven't had a problem since. So once you get your computer, make sure you shut down to install updates, and then commence removing the bloatware. Pros: Nice screen size, has good enough specs to run several mildly heavy programs at the same time, HDMI port, excellent keyboard (it doesn't have the traditional bracketed keys, but the more embedded buttons like the Mac Books, plus a num pad), solid design, runs very quiet and cool (extremely cool. With it sitting on my lap it does not even get warm.), good battery life if you use the energy management for it, fingerprint reader, facial recognition, and built in webcam. Cons: Touch pad is a little sensitive, but I came from using a Thinkpad where I used the touch point mouse. It may just be because I need to get used to it. External mouses are always a compromise.