I can tell you why it's discontinued
Pros: Lightweight version of a bulky laptop I upgraded from.
Cons: Wifi drivers are intermittant, and came preinstalled with windows8.
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Amazing Student Laptop
Pros: It's light, but reasonably sized, perfect for carrying around all day; its speedy for normal tasks; comes with some Lenovo-apps and trials, but nothing that you notice when using it; keyboard is the main reason I chose it, and it lived up to my expectations. The battery lasts real long, so I can sometimes go the length of a day without plugging in. The price is perfect for me; it's in the range of the cheapest PCs that aren't terrible, but is performs like a much higher priced model.
Cons: It has trouble with my school's printer, although that's just obsolete-ness inherent in printers; the touchpad has recently gotten a bit weird; not sure if its broken in or just broken; however, compact mice are cheap. It has no DVD-drive, a fact I neglected to notice; I just networked it with my family's desktop to get around that.
Other Thoughts: It looks to me like a PC pretending to be a Mac; that's perfect for me, but might get on other people's nerves. It ships with Windows 8, which a lot of people have voiced their contempt for but I personally like. It's a weird size, so I recommend getting a case made for a 15.6 inch or ordering one from lenovo, but I haven't tried to fit it in a 13.3 yet. I wouldn't game much with this, as it has no dedicated card and only 4GBs of RAM. I love this computer, and would recommend it to a friend.
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