Which laptop is better specwise, lenovo ideapad z560 or Sony viao f series?
I’m kind of leaning more towards the vaio but I want to see your answers.
Sony would be better. But honestly, macbooks are amazing, i have one and they dont get viruses they are not slow, theyre just great.
Anyone know anything about the US release of the Lenovo IdeaPad S10?
I wanted to get the S10 in the deep blue finish and the official website states that it would be available this month, but I don’t see it anywhere. Does anyone know when that color will be made available?
Thanks in advance!
Well, the white and pink one are available at tigerdirect.com. I would say to keep checking there since they get new stuff every week.
Is Lenovo ideapad a good laptop?
I am thinking about getting a Lenovo thinkpad (paticularly U460 or z560). I had never used Lenovo before and am wondering it it is as good as other PC’s. If you have ever had an experience with it- good or bad, I am happy to hear it.
ideapad, not thinkpad..sorry
Lenovo is good no matter what you buy. IBM hardware is solid no matter what you buy…it’s just some machines are more powerful than others. IBM machines typically last much longer than your typical consumer laptop or desktop, so much so that I still see people using older IBM ThinkPad machines still to this day.
Is the Lenovo ideapad y510 good?
So I’ve been sereosly considering getting this laptop I’ve heard its good for just about everything but mainly is it good for minecraft and call of duty because I’m starting a youtube and need a computer that’s good it has 8 gb of RAM and is upgrade able to 16 gb will this be good for gaming
Lenovo’s are very good machines.
Take a look at these rankings:
You need to look at the performance rating of the video card in the laptop and what the games recommend.
Lenovo, Asus, HP, and Samsung are the top 4 laptop brands. I wouldn’t consider any other brands.
Dell makes Alienware and they are not worth the money charged.
Acer makes Gateway. You’d have to pay me to use one of their machines.
Sony hardware has generally been good, but they are notorious for putting huge amounts of crapware/bloatware on machines and gathering information on their consumers without their knowledge or permission.
Toshiba has bottomed the rankings. Personally, I have used them and never had a problem, but that does not appear to be the case any more.
Lenovo laptops are actually IBM Thinkpads who’s rights were bought out by Lenovo. Now these laptops are no joke, they are what we IT specialists refer to as Commercial grade. There are 2 grades, Commercial and Consumer.
Consumer = Low End Affordable (Disposable) units geared to gain sales for stock statistical value.
Commercial = High End, Reputation building machines for fortune 500 companies who contract the PC firms to outfit their company with new models every 5 years. So these machines MUST hold up in order to secure the next term contract.
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