YOU BRING THE IDEAS, WE'LL BRING THE SWAGGER.
Attention-getter, multimedia maven or gaming virtuoso - no matter what you call yourself, our IdeaPad laptops power your imagination and your sense of self-expression. They feature clever technology and a spectrum of equally smart designs.
IdeaPad's stylish design makes these laptops ones to see and be seen with. No two people are the same. We kept that in mind when we designed the first IdeaPad laptops. Fact is, we wanted to give you options for expressing yourself. You may look at a tribal tattoo pattern and see yourself. Or maybe bold colors or a sleek metallic finish is more your speed. Choose carefully - you will get noticed.
Had windows 7 running on this but changed the OS to Linux. Runs Ubuntu very well - only tweaked a few things. The mouse is a little jumpy but there are fixes for that. Very much worth the money. One thing I really don't like is that the backspace key is TINY and drives me kind of insane. The keyboards takes some getting use to - it's more like a mac laptop keyboard, which isn't really what I'm use to. Didn't have problems with the internet connection and also got a bigger HDD than expected. Overall, very happy with my purchase.
Fastese ultrabook for the price9/19/2013
This is exactly what I was looking for in a laptop; lightweight, fast, good battery life and plenty of outputs (2x 2.0 USB, 2x 3.0 USB, HDMI ....) The keyboard has been a little tough to get used to but I do appreciate all of the function keys including volume, screen minimizing and instant disabling of the touchpad. I hate touchpads in general and disabled most of the functions on mine. Also updated all of the drivers through Lenovo, not Microsoft, as soon as I got it so I haven't had wireless or touchpad problems. The major problems I have stem from my extreme hatred of Windows 8. I've customized things a lot to try and make it more usable but I still have daily problems. I also had to remove a heck of a lot of bloatware when I first got things running. Come on Microsoft, if I wanted to only use apps I'd sit on my phone all day. However, this has nothing to do with the actual computer which is why I gave it 4 stars. If this was a Windows 8 review it would get a 1 star, because I'm feeling generous. TL;DR Functional, sleek, fast, all the outputs you could want, Windows 8 is meant for tablets and should stay there
It has a nice sleek design, and it's very portable, which is great as a student.
Purchased two laptops but one was defective on arrival. Look similar to a MacBook but half the price and still running windows 7 which is what I wanted.