- Intel Core i7 3520M (2.90 GHz)
- 8 GB Memory 1 TB HDD
- NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M
- 1600 x 900
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
You can do better 01/09/2013
Decently priced for a somewhat higher end laptop. Dual GPU's, an i7 and plenty of memory as well as a robust HDD. Runs most games quite well.
Plenty of USB drives. That's always a plus.
-Bloatware out the hoohah upon first boot up. It took a while to get rid of all the shizznet they had installed on it.
-A large issue I had was with the trackpad placement. It doesn't disable the trackpad while you're typing. This causes the lower section of your thumb to rub it while typing causing the cursor to often select/highlight large portions of your text. Its not a make it or break it issue but it deletes a large portion of your text which is a pain while writing papers as it randomly will switch to other lines or accidentally delete small paragraphs. So many freaking undo's
-The right click button is also loose which is annoying as well.
-Very odd keyboard layout.
Motherboard decided to quit on me 6 months in. Contacted Lenovo and had to jump through some hoops to even get the darn thing sent in. No update on it yet.
I don't feel as if this is a con as its just a faulty product. It would have been decent product if it lasted.
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