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lenovo IdeaPad U410 (43762CU) 14" Ultrabook

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  • Intel Core i5-3317U 1.7GHz
  • 6GB DDR3, 500GB HDD + 32GB SSD
  • 1366 x 768, Nvidia GeForce GT 610M

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Ultraportable Style. Up-to-the-Minute Technology.



lenovo IdeaPad U410

Sleek, Thin, and Responsive.

Always on-the-go? Are exquisite design, ultra-mobility, and smart technology on your must-have list? The U Series Ultrabooks are incredibly slim, sport cutting-edge, performance-enhancing features, and boast long battery life.

For too long, laptop consumers have had to either choose between world-class design and effective performance - or pay a hefty premium to combine the two. But with the IdeaPad U Series, you can finally have it all.

  • Laptop weighs 4.1lbs and is a slender 0.83in.
  • Include two USB 3.0 ports for fast data transfer.
  • Sleek, elegant, ultraportable design.
  • Ultra-thin LED display delivers crisp, clear images.
  • Enjoy notebook content on a compatible big screen wirelessly with Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) technology.
  • Boasts an Intelligent Touchpad -- a glass touchpad with easy scroll, zoom, and rotate features.
  • Unique combinations of rich textures and high-quality materials.


lenovo IdeaPad U410

Ultra-Smart Engineering.

Fueled by the latest processors from Intel, IdeaPad U Series Ultrabooks spare nothing in delivering a dazzling user experience. Every component of these laptops has been carefully thought out and precisely engineered.

Type with comfort and confidence. IdeaPad U Series Ultrabooks boast Lenovo's acclaimed AccuType keypad - which helps make your typing both easier on the wrists and more accurate.

Delight in your down-time. IdeaPad U Series Ultrabooks feature 1366 x 768 displays to deliver dazzling visuals. Meanwhile, advanced sound technology - Dolby Home Theater - fuels a rich, immersive audio experience.

lenovo IdeaPad U410

All the Elements of Style.

IdeaPad U Series Ultrabooks feature a slim, book-shaped design that represents a hallmark of artistic engineering and carefully chosen materials. They illustrate the relentless attention to detail that separates a forgettable consumer product from a memorable work of art.

U Series Ultrabook's award-winning design incorporates distinctive colors and textures, subtle patterns, and a streamlined, contemporary look. And it's all driven by science and smart technology.

In short, an IdeaPad U Series Ultrabook is both a pleasure to use and something you can be proud to be seen using.

lenovo IdeaPad U410

Smart Technology You Can Count On.

Lenovo U Series Ultrabooks are gorgeous to look at, but they're about far more than sophisticated design. They also raise the bar on durability and reliability, two areas where Lenovo has long been a market leader.

For one thing, U Series Ultrabooks use long-life batteries that keep you productive even when you spend long hours away from an AC power source. Lenovo Energy Management goes a step further, carefully orchestrating power management and battery use to get the most out of every charge.

What's more, select U Series Ultrabooks are powered by ultra-low voltage processors specifically designed to maximize energy efficiency.

lenovo IdeaPad U410

Enjoy Loads of Great Features.

When it comes to security, you can leave your worries behind.

  • OneKey Recovery gives you peace of mind - bounce back from viruses with the touch of a button.
  • Lenovo's award-winning service and support team is there for you under the LenovoCare program. Opt for an upgrade for even more peace of mind.


Learn more about the Lenovo U410 (43762CU)

Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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1 out of 5 eggsUnreliable

Pros: Initial review when new:

-Long battery time
-Great specs for price, when it works

Cons: Cons:
-Secondary recovery partition that is unnecessarily large (>20 GB) and can't be modified or else auto-recover will break (necessary since no DVD/CD drive for recovery)
-Lack of VGA display output or other (only HDMI)
-No removable battery (was told when I purchased it I could buy a secondary battery for long trips, turns out I was lied to by the salesperson)
-Wireless signal/range weaker than my 3 year old netbook.

With broken-ness and refused warranty repair (it's still under "warranty")
-Hassle of unreliability
-No VGA cable so not compatible with old monitors when trying to get data off of the computer (no screws to remove HDD either, so you HAVE to turn it on and use an external monitor if the screen is broken and can't open) which was VERY ANNOYING to find another monitor.
-Lenovo refuses to cover under warranty when it is a parts issue and wants to charge me to replace a part that will likely break again.

Other Thoughts: I bought a U410 for $550 (after rebate), so in terms of laptop specs, it was a great deal (also windows 7, not 8). I think overall, the performance for the price was great. However, my laptop screen hinge broke when all I did was open the laptop. Leave in the morning, computer on desk, as it has been all week, use a bit, close, no problems. Come back at night, open the laptop, and it breaks. No drops of any kind. And the support people says it's not covered under warranty even though it CLEARLY is a parts quality issue.

If Acer's repair policy is still the same, I would recommend buying from them, since in 2004, they had much better repair service for warranty. I have to say shipping the Lenovo laptop was much easier than Acer and easier than when I had to RMA for a Hitachi hard drive which gave a SMART fail within first 3 months (which was a pain).

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/27/2013 6:13:00 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsQuite impressed

Pros: Speed
Good build, solid for such a small device.
Great battery

Cons: Single mic/headphone jack

Other Thoughts: This replaced a Toshiba P series that was an I-7. This is more solid than I expected with a great price point. Wifi has no issues. Very fast on boot and when I change networks.

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  • John C.
  • 3/20/2013 12:57:27 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsA solid buy so far

Pros: Good build quality(one caveat: see cons)
Good compromise between size and power.
Nice keyboard, feels responsive and is a good size. I haven't needed to adjust to it at all (day 1)
Light weight and very portable (power brick is tiny)
Plays Dota on high settings with no trouble ( turn the lenovo power setting to high performance)
Screen looks good if the viewing angle is a little narrow

Cons: The bottom plate is one solid piece of thinnish material and when pressed on lightly bends, making a clicking noise, not terrible but it might be a little annoying/ disconcerting.
the touch-pad has a pinch to zoom option by default and when attempting to scroll up-down the zoom sometimes accidentally occurs instead, this was solved by turning pinch to zoom off in the options for the touch pad. If I need to zoom I can use ctrl+scroll instead.
Speakers aren't anything to write home about but are pretty much as would be expected for a small laptop.

Other Thoughts: There isn't a dedicated mic jack but I can't fault the laptop for that because I just didn't realize it prior to buying it. However there is a front facing mic and I've never really needed both ports on a laptop, and if I ever do I won't have a problem buying a cheapish one connector headset.

Overall I've been very pleased with this purchase and I intend to write another review if my perception changes after a month or two of use.

I needed this laptop to be able to play dota 2 and be portable and quiet enough to take to classes with me for note taking.

It will perform amazingly well for both of these tasks.


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  • Mathew M.
  • 3/1/2013 8:28:30 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood hardware, pain to customize

Pros: Hardware is very solid. No issues. Especially to note is the WiFi. Many users reported issues with WiFi connectivity on this and similar models, but I haven't had any issues yet.

Keyboard is very nice to type on. Good key layout, and keys have a nice bounce to them.

SSD makes for a very fast system overall. I use it as my primary partition now, and I estimate boot times at 10 seconds.

Cons: -2 eggs for the pain I went through changing the default OS configuration.

The OS was installed on the HDD, with device drivers and some applications on the SSD. This sort of makes sense as most people just dump files to My Documents and Desktop, which would quickly fill up the 32GB SSD.

I wanted to get the most out of my SSD so I decided to install my OS on that and use the HDD as data storage. Unfortunately, Lenovo locks up 8GB of the SSD as a recovery drive. You aren't able to reclaim this using Windows tools, but I have read it can be reclaimed with third party software like GParted. After installing Windows 8 on my SSD, I was left with 4GB for other applications.

I also found installing a new OS on this system way too complicated. I had to fiddle around with BIOS settings to get Windows 8 to install. I'm not sure if this is on Microsoft or Lenovo.

Other Thoughts: Very good machine for the price. Although I see they raised they price by $200 to $849 since I bought it, it's still worth a look.

Changing OS was somewhat challenging, so unless you fancy yourself tech savy, I'd recommend keeping the factory configuration.

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  • Jesus D.
  • 10/17/2012 9:32:33 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

1 out of 5 eggsBuyer Beware

Pros: Fast processor, graphic performance decent for many games. Even High end games run at low settings.

Cons: Wireless adapter fails. Stays connected but has terrible dial up like speeds basically disabling the ability of any online gaming or downloading.

Hybrid graphics faulty. Cannot keep discrete graphic card enabled when un-plugged from a power source.

Weak and flimsy construction, too much flex on structure, doesn't feel like a high end laptop which i suppose it not supposed to be, but for the price there are still better choices out there.

Other Thoughts: If if not for the terrible wireless adapter issue i would say this is a very nice laptop for the price.

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4 out of 5 eggsBest Ultrabook for the Cost

Pros: -Great price point
-Low weight (maximum allowable wieght for an ultrabook)
-Ivy Brdige I5
-Fast boot up due to hybrid HDD+SSD
-6gb Ram (up-gradable)
-Good battery life - Full day's use of web browsing and word processing YYMV.
-Great standby battery life
-Fast charge time
- Dedicated graphics / smart switch with integrated graphics for battery saving.
-Lenovo Software suite and recovery

Cons: - On the heavier side compared to other ultrabooks
- I recommend a screen protector, or a "key sheild". The keys leave imprints on my screen due from being compressed in my bag.
- "Flex" - When in my bag, I can hear the laptop flex, and pop which worries me to death. So far no performance issues due to this.
- Size - Aside from the weight, the U410 has the maximum allowable dimentions for an ultrabook as specified by Intel.

Other Thoughts: I keep bringing up the price of this machine, because for the price I do not think you can find a better ultrabook, with the specs and features this packs. This is not a gaming laptop. It is not the thinnest ultrabook on the market. Its doesn't have the "umph" or "wow factor" that a true ultrabook, or powerhouse laptop would have. What this is a solid 4 egg machine, and very cost effective, well preforming computer.

In my opinion there is simply the best ultrabook for the cost. It is a bit on the heavy and thick side, as I mentioned earlier, it maxes out the allowed specification for Intel's ultrabook classification.
The U410 comes with a fair amount of Lenovo's goodies built in. I usually hate pre-bundled software, however with this model, I didn't feel the need to uninstall anything.
It comes with a hybrid HDD-SSD, which have been on the market for a while now, and I'm glad started making the transition into the notebook market. I believe also that Lenovo makes use of the RAM to cache boot files. These two together give a very competitive boot time to other more costly ultrabook's with true SSD's.

At time of purchase the U410 was around $650-700, and was comparatively cheaper then most other ultrabooks on the market.
Bottom line is that this is a great machine. It packs great hardware and some welcome software, in a small form factor.

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